Ti-gold Stainless Steel Sheet - Titanium Coated
all grades comprising
Coloured Stainless Steel can be combined with the substrate finishes of mirror or satin polishes
Stainless steel is by far the most common alloy used for today because of its durability and anti-corrosion properties. It is a very hard metal which is ideal and Increasingly are being offered as a less costly alternative to gold and is a good choice for an everyday use.
Titanium is a space age metal that is twice as strong and half as light as stainless steel. It is also non-allergenic, extremely resistant to salt water and other forms of corrosion, and able to withstand extreme temperatures. Silver to gray colored the metal has a lustrous tone. Titanium has been used mainly in industry, but also used widely together with stainless steel because of the range of colors it produces when heated.
Strangely enough, the blue color in a blue sapphire comes from the mineral titanium that is within the crystal. The higher concentrations of titanium in the sapphire, the more color saturation.
It is the nature of coloured stainless steel - colour and/or tone may vary in changed lighting environments, concerning consignments of stainless steel and manufacture runs. It is often necessary to agree control samples proceeding toward production.
On greater orders it is advisable to agree control samples to define an agreeable tint & shade series prior to the placing of an order. Unless control samples are agreed Branoz Pte Ltd is not responsible for differences in tone and appearance of the Colour Stainless Steel product.