Depending on the product, the liquid metal coatings can be applied by spraying, filling, brushing or rolling and finished or modelled using different techniques and structuring processes. Adapted to the individual project and the interior design characteristics, we offer a wide range of material variants for liquid metal:
- aluminium, bronze, iron, gold, copper, brass, steel E, zinc und tin
- various and special alloys, such as white gold, white bronze or platinum, bronze tones (gold bronze, light bronze, antique bronze, etc.) or also steel jura as a metallic-effect alloy with gold pigments.
Depending on the application technique and finishing, variable surface types can be realised with liquid metal:
- smooth-surfaced and high-gloss
- matt brushed
- sealed or untreated
- burnished or patinated
- various techniques for texture and pattern
The surface finish of metal stairs is often carried out by painting or cladding the individual stair elements. The quality of a lacquer finish depends decisively on the surface preparation, during which the stair segments are processed in several operations by filling, smoothing and sanding in order to create a maximum of uniform surfaces. Slight irregularities, however, cannot be avoided.
Stair claddings consist of metal sheets or also wood veneer panels, which are adapted to the construction in individual parts, whereby the material joints are placed and processed as advantageously as possible. With both variants, however, a seamless result cannot be achieved even with the highest quality of planning and craftsmanship.
The innovative finishing with the liquid metal process, on the other hand, enables a completely seamless application that envelops individual stair elements or even entire constructions with a homogeneous metal coating.