Hairline Finish stainless is commonly referred to as "long-grain" because the grain is considerably more consistent than #4 finish.
Seemingly endless polishing lines applied with Scotch Brite give the hairline, long-grain, or fine-line finish its unique appearance and make it more reflective than a No. 4 polish. Small scratches can be repaired in the field with Scotch Brite pads of equivalent grit or roughness.
The Hairline finish is sometimes inaccurately sold as either a No. 5 or No. 6 polish. The No. 6 polish defined by ASTM A 480 and the Hairline finish have no visual similarity and are created by different methods.
Titanium stainless steel sheets are colored through a PVD process. The physical vapor deposition allows the color to be bright, even and extremely resistant.
Titanium coated stainless steel sheets are supplied as per sample in our catalogue. Any small difference in the color and in the brightness are due to the different reflection of the raw material.
Colors are purely indicative and cannot be considered as control samples.
Colored sheets have a 3/8 mm margin alongside their width and length, that cannot be used if it remains in sight.