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Kloeckner Metals UK is proud to introduce Colour Stainless Steel, a solution that is not only durable and reliable but a true demonstration of high-end style and elegance. Working with our partners, DSP Metals, we are bringing creativity and innovation to the stainless steel industry.
Utilising Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Coating technology, DSP provides Colour Stainless Steel in several modern and luxurious colours, allowing architects greater creativity and flexibility when incorporating stainless steel sheets into their designs.
Additionally, various coloured Ti-ion Coating (PVD) and Nano Ceramic Coating (NCC) options enable customers to achieve any surface texture they want. Choose between 5 different surface textures, including Haze, Rain, Sketch, Satin and Mirror finishes.
Beyond style, there are many practical benefits of using stainless steel sheets featuring Roll to Roll PVD and NCC coatings techniques. These include colour uniformity, high durability, as well as excellent fire and corrosion resistance.
A versatile product with dimensions customised by order, Colour Stainless Steel sheets can be used for a variety of internal & external applications such as for cladding, ceilings, elevators and doors.
Barrie Salter, Business Development Director at Kloeckner Metals UK: “We are extremely excited to introduce this new product to our existing Stainless Steel range. Throughout the years we have built great working relationships with customers across the construction sector by offering high quality products and innovative design solutions. DSP’s Colour Stainless Steel is particularly appealing to architects and interior designers allowing them greater creativity and flexibility when considering Stainless Steel as part of their design solutions. Integrating this highly aesthetic product as an internal or external solution will no doubt add glamour and sophistication to the projects.”