Metal Colouring

Metal Colouring

Metal Colouring

Metal coloring is the usage of chemical solutions to impart different colors onto the metal surface. Metal coloring is a complex process and transferring of colors onto metal surfaces depends on the types of metals, therefore different processes are involved like anodizing the metal, patination, etc. There are various chemical solutions, each with different chemical constituents as metals react differently to different chemicals, like, Tin chemicals, Nickel chemicals, etc. Metal coloring is done to give a different look to metal objects like a vintage touch or golden patina or provide renewed luster to old metal objects of importance.
Vintage 266

Vintage 266

Vintage 266 is a type of metal coloring with room temperature 5-20%. This solution appears wine red to buff black on copper, brass, and alloys.

Vintage C 554

Vintage 554C

Vintage 554C is used to give a fine vintage touch with Room temperature 5-20%. This appears Flame red to bluish-black on Copper, Brass, and Alloys.

Rashik Brasalt

Rashik Brasalt

Rashik Brasalt is a metal coloring with Room temperature 1-2% that appears Greenish red to dark black on copper, brass, and alloys.

Silver Blackening

Silver Blackening

Vintage 554C is used to give a fine vintage touch with Room temperature 5-20%. This appears Flame red to bluish-black on Copper, Brass, and Alloys.

Room Temperature Blackening

Room Temperature Blackening

A metal blackening process carried out in room temperature, which is 65°F- 85°F. It is an easy and effective way to achieve immensely deep blackness for corrosion resistance.

Hot Blackening

Hot Blackening

A chemical reaction carried out at approximately 285° F where an iron alloy is submerged in an alkaline aqueous salt and heated at said temperature. The reaction produces magnetite on the surface which is an extreme black deposit.

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