Surfaces and Materials
Our supreme discipline! We use several build-up layers in order to achieve radiantly brilliant chrome surfaces.
Chromed-matt is an additional variant that harmonises very well with chrome-shine and also fits to anodized, colored surfaces.
is the result of electroplating in conjunction with an innovative grinding technique that makes it possible to give aluminum the stainless steel character.
The styles of a brushed stainless steel surface and dark shiny anthracite complement each other perfectly.
Electrolytic oxidation hardens and refines the surface of aluminum. With further processes, we achieve both functional and decorative surfaces.
The oxide layer penetrating into the material for a few thousandths of a millimeter protects against corrosion and abrasion.
Surface finishing by galvanic copper-plating. The copper layer is intended to close the workpiece surface tightly, provides corrosion protection and is antibacterial. The different shades are desired. They are the result of a powder coating in which a clear coat is baked at 200 degrees Celsius.
The material of the future. Spun into thin threads, the carbon can be woven into mats as so-called carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic (CFRP) and fixed into various shapes using resin.
RAL colors for anodizing
On request almost* all commercially available RAL color numbers can be selected.
*) e.g. metallic, mother of pearl, neon or iron mica and the color white can not be produced.