Stainless steel etched surface

Stainless steel etching process is roughly divided into three steps. The first step is to protect the place that does not need to be etched with a corrosion-resistant protective layer; the second step is to use the etching solution to coat the stainless steel surface that needs to be etched with a pattern, dissolve the surface of the etched stainless steel solution mostly using ferric chloride solution, the surface that shows the pattern after etching is a white lusterless surface; the third step is to peel off the protective layer. This will obtain the etching process surface.

The stainless steel surface below the protective layer remains the stainless steel surface before the etching process. Depending on the customer’s requirements, the un-etched stainless steel surface can be either a mirror finish or a variety of hairline finishes.

This surface is mainly used for elevators, interior decoration and crafts.