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Stainless Steel signs

Stainless Steel

A traditional yet contemporary material, stainless steel is fast becoming the material of choice for landmark and iconic signage. The handling properties of the sheet material make it ideal for the fabrication of built up and flat cut letters and logos. Stainless Steel Signs are completely weatherproof, this robust material, available in a variety of thicknesses, finishes and grades makes beautiful and long lasting internal and external signage.
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Raised letter signs and logos

Letters, logos, and quite complex graphics can all be fabricated in 3D form, from stainless steel. With a finish choice of brushed, mirror polished, gold polished or powder coated to any RAL colour, there are endless possibilities to create amazing signage solutions. We also can provide embossed metal signs and cast metal signs. In fact we can offer a fully bespoke sign- just contact us to discuss your requirements.

Flat cut letters and logos

Text and images can be individually cut to provide impact and contrast using stainless steel. Mounted flush onto walls, wood or glass, or with use of locators and backing trays, stainless steel signage will appear contemporary and timeless.

Etching & Engraving

Stainless steel is such a versatile material that text , logos, and quite complex graphics can all be etched into steel, creating fantastic visual experiences. Colour infill of the etching to match your corporate requirements will highlight the beautifully made and hand finished sign.

Grades

Stainless steel in its common form (grade 304) is a corrosion resistant alloy that is perfectly suited to most environments, where it will not tarnish or rust.
However in costal areas we recommend the use of Marine grade (316) stainless steel, as the additional salt content of the air and water can lead to some corrosion of 304 grade stainless steel.

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