• Etched stainless steel type plate
  • Etched stainless steel front panel
  • Stainless steel die cut part
  • Etched stainless steel type plate
  • Etched stainless steel type plate
  • Gold-plated stainless steel die cut part
  • Etched stainless steel scale
  • Etched stainless steel brand mark plate
  • Etched stainless steel scale

Stainless steel

Stainless steel in various alloys is used for signs, front plates, and front panels. Usually it is etched or engraved.

Etched stainless steel industrial signs offer a maximum in longevity and durability. With this choice of material, they can be adapted to extreme environmental conditions.

Properties and benefits

  1. Premium appearance
  2. Temperature resistant
  3. Corrosion resistant
  4. Weather resistant
  5. Very high chemical resistance, also against acids and alkaline media
  6. Hygienic
  7. Easy to clean

Uses

Type plates, rating plates • Brand mark signs, emblems • Scales, gauges, dials • Blanks, die cut parts, functional parts • Barcode signs • Front plates, front panels

Production methods

Etched, engraved, printed, laser inscribed

Materials

  1. 4301 (X5CrNi18-10), AISI 304, (V2A)
  2. 4404 (X2CrNiMo17-12-2), AISI 316L, (V4A) 
  3. 4541 (X6CrNiTi18-10), AISI 321
  4. 4571 (X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2), AISI 316Ti, (V4A)

Material thickness

0.3 mm to 3.0 mm

Surfaces

Glossy, matt, brushed, ground

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Aluminium

Aluminium (Al) is the third most common chemical element and the most common metal in the earth's crust. It is of high importance for the production of industrial signage.

Brass

Industrial signage made of brass is etched or engraved and is used as signs, front plates, and front panels.

Plastics

Plastics are used as sheet material for signs, front plates, and front panels and as film material for front films, keyboard films, and labels. Plastics are also used as protective films, laminates, or casting resins.

Composite materials

Composite materials consist of at least two different materials, the surfaces of which are fully joined to one another; they are used for signs and fronts.

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