Stainless Steel was introduced over 70 years ago. Yet in this relatively short span, it has become one of the world’s most important materials – used in everything from hardware to sky scrapers. Its desirable qualities of strength and durability have made it ideal for structural and design uses. Stainless Steel however, has seldom been the choice when color was an important factor. Prismatic has changed that by adding vibrant colors and surface textures to stainless steel.
Colored Stainless Steel
Deco-Rolled Embossed Stainless Steel
The Deco-rolled stainless steel sheets are being used on projects all over the world for exterior wall cladding, roofing, column covers, doors, signage, bridge cladding, commercial and residential kitchens, buses, trains, and airplane food handling equipment, just to name a few. The Deco stainless is a low maintenance product and works well in high traffic areas like airport terminals as well as bus stations.
Pre-Vandalized Stainless Steel
PVD Colored Stainless Steel
Prismatic is now stocking and distributing PVD stainless steel in the United States. The PVD colored stainless steel is manufactured using a super mirror hairline, vibration or bead blast polish, which is then placed in a vacuum chamber, where a solid piece of titanium is vaporized by means of an electrical arc. The resulting titanium ions form a plasma that is mixed with nitrogen. The positively charged plasma is attracted to the negatively charged sheet. The titanium film grows uniformly over the entire sheet with a thickness of .002″. The Ti-Gold color looks similar to brass but does not have to be lacquered. The PVD colored stainless steel process can be used on sheets and can be seen on projects through out the United States.