Stainless steel

Stainless steel maintains its shine and appearance very well and, as a solid material, it is very easy to maintain.
Stainless steels are solid materials. They are available in a variety of surface finishes that give them different levels of reflectivity and different textures. Stainless steels can be coloured by vaporizing a titanium alloy on the surface.

Stainless steel is available in grades to meet on-site climate conditions, typically AISI 304 and AISI 316L.

Stainless steel finishes

Material information


Surface treatmentSteel gradeMaterial thickness (mm)Corrosivity categoryUV resistanceMinimum order amount (m2)
Natural matt, bead blasted finish + oxidizing3041.0C4n/a100
Embossed pattern, oxidizing + brushed finish3041.0C4n/a100
Natural matt, brushed finish (4N) 3041.0C4n/a125
Natural matt, bead blasted finish + oxidizing3161.0C4n/a100
Embossed pattern, oxidizing + brushed finish3161.0C4n/a100
Natural matt, brushed finish (4N)  3161.0C4n/a125
Smooth, moderately reflective (2B)3040.5C4n/a125
Material thickness 1.0 mm is used in Liberta & lamella products and 0.5 mm in design profiles. 
Corrosivity categories describe the outdoor climate conditions in accordance with EN12944. The higher the category, the more corrosive environment.
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Stainless steel in use

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