Shown on Alloy 464 Naval Brass
For more information on Alloy 464 Naval Brass, See Bronze Materials
|Type of Damage:||Visible Scratches||Visible Marring||Visible Fingerprints||Visible Dust & Dirt||Difficulty to Repair Finish||General Maintenance|
|#8 Mirror Polished|
L - Least damage potential; Least difficult to repair, requires little maintenance
M - Moderate damage potential; Moderately difficult to repair, requires moderate maintenance
H - High damage potential; Difficult to repair, requires high maintenance
Best choice in terms of performance
1. Uniformly abraded and polished finishes are more prone to showing scratches, especially when perpendicular to the grain. Complete re-graining of the entire surface may be necessary in extreme situations.
2. For care and maintenance of bronze, see:
Patina finishes offer a natural color variation as opposed to paint or anodizing. The irregular patterns, color intensities and substrate metal all play a part in the ambience of a patina finish. In addition, each individual artist will produce a slightly different "application signature" to the piece. If you require a finish that is perfectly uniform in appearance, we suggest you specify a Tnemec or powder coated finish rather than a patina (metallic paints and powders available).
An optional high-performance factory-applied clear coat is available in satin, semi-gloss, and high gloss sheens. NOTE: Illustrations above may differ slightly from actual finishes. Finish samples will be provided for approval at time of order. Special finishes available - contact factory for more information.