Material: Stainless steel
Grade: 201, 304, 316
Standards: ASTM A240 / A 240M, ASME SA – 240 / SA-240M, EN 10088
Finishes: Brush Finish, dull, visible short grit lines
- Kitchen equipment
- Engineering and Fabrications
- Food and beverage.
Brush Finish – Also known as brushed, directional or satin finish. A #4 architectural finish is characterized by fine polishing grit lines that are uniform and directional in appearance. It is produced by polishing the metal with a 120–180 grit belt or wheel finish and then softened with an 80–120 grit greaseless compound or a medium non-woven abrasive belt
#4 Dairy or sanitary finish – A #4 dairy or sanitary finish is produced by polishing with a 180–240 grit belt or wheel finish softened with 120–240 grit greaseless compound or a fine non-woven abrasive belt or pad.
Note: The intensity of the brushed finish is specified as a surface roughness and is typically 0.5–1.5 micrometers.
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