Stainless Steel Polish Finish

      Grinding finish, also called brushed, directional or satin finish. It was characterized by short, parallel polishing lines that are uniform and direction in appearance, which extend uniformly along the length of the coil or sheet. This is a ground unidirectional finish obtained with 150/180/240/320 grit abrasive.

Higher grit numbers produce finer polishing lines. The general purpose of this finish is widely used for restaurant and kitchen equipment, storefronts, food processing and dairy equipment.

Grinding finish including hairline, sandblast, vibration, satin.

Hairline(No.4) This is a ground unidirectional finish obtained with 150/180/240/320 grit abrasive, which is characterized by parallel brushing lines, it is also known as Satin. These finishes are mostly used in architectural applications for both practical and esthetic reasons, in dairy equipment and also in the automotive sector.

Seemingly endless polishing lines extend uniformly along with the length of the coil give the hairline. It’s a well-defined directional finish with long-grain and fine-line. Most commonly used in elevators, escalators, automotive sector, interior cladding, building facades, trim…