A general understanding of patterned stainless steel sheets
Patterned stainless steel sheet, which is also called textured stainless steel sheet, is made by polishing the surface first and then utilizing different manufacturing processes so as to create various patterns on the sheet surface.
Patterned panels are reasonably priced and customizable in design and specification, so they are widely used in our life with the magic to make anything look attractive and luxurious. Stainless steel patterned sheet has grown incredibly in recent years and is widely popular in the hospitality industry and fashion world. They can bring more design inspiration to architects and designers than other metals. Therefore, they are widely used in the decoration industry and architectural engineering.
The different types of patterns
There are many different types of patterned stainless sheets available on the market today. Each of these patterns has its own unique look and feel that can add a touch of sophistication to any project.
How is it made
The embossed stainless steel sheet is produced by rolling a coil of stainless steel straight into the embossing mold to form designs on the coil surface. It is a type of stainless steel that has been pattern-pressed into a raised design on one of the coils. Then the coils will be sliced into sheets after that.
Usually, embossed stainless sheets are mirror polished before the mold of different patterns is pressed on the surface. In addition, they can be colored by PVD coating to be several colors, such as gold, rose gold, black, sapphire, emerald, pink, red, copper, and rainbow.
- Countertops and backsplashes in kitchens and bathrooms
- Wall cladding or paneling on interior or exterior walls
- Furniture, especially tabletops and door fronts
- Lighting fixtures, including sconces and pendants
- Signage, both indoor and outdoor
- Architectural features, such as columns or balustrades
The embossed stainless sheet has good corrosion resistance, heat resistance, mechanical and durability properties, making it a versatile material with different patterned finishes for many different applications. They are durable and more scratch-resistant than other finishes. Besides, embossing may be used to imitate different materials like leather, stone, linen, wood, and sand grain.
How is it made
The stamped stainless steel sheets are produced by passing a sheet of steel through a series of rollers, each one with a different pattern. This process creates the raised designs on the surface of the stainless steel. Before stamping, the stainless steel sheets can be mirror polished or brushed as the base surface treatment and PVD coated to be various colors.
Water ripple, 5WL, 6WL, diamond, square, and other textures can be produced using stampings with practical appeal.
Stamped stainless steel sheets can also be used in a variety of other ways, limited only by your imagination.
- Architecture panels
- Kitchen appliances
- Cabinet panels
- Creative designs
Because of the material’s durability and sturdiness, it also has long-term savings benefits. The patterns with depth will help hide general wear and stains, unlike common polished metal where surface imperfections are immediately apparent. The longer life span that patterned panels have means that they can be used in scenarios where there is frequent surface contact such as doors, columns, and elevators.
Specifications of patterned stainless steel sheets
A wide range of thicknesses and sizes can match various projects. They also have a standard width and length. Furthermore, stainless steel materials in grades 304, 304L, 316, and 316L are among the most utilized.
Width: 1000 / 1219 / 1500mm or Custom-made
39″ / 48″ / 59″
Length: 2438 / 3048 / 4000mm or Custom-made
96″ / 120″ / 157″
Thickness: 0.3mm~3mm (11ga~26ga)
Here at Vigorss, we specialize in the production of patterned stainless steel sheets. Due to our more than ten years of experience in production, we ensure that we have the best quality and offer the best advice for the design of your project. Contact us today to learn more about this unique and versatile product or get free samples today!