Treatments

ZINC

Galvanizing is the process by which a zinc coating is applied on a surface of metal.

Galvanizing is the process by which a zinc coating is applied on a surface of metal generally steel to protect it from galvanic corrosion: in fact it reduces the formation of micro-electrolytic cells acting in the anodic grain boundaries. This coating is made by Metallization (spraying): pure zinc is added to a spray gun or acetylene blowtorch, which vaporizes the zinc metal which is then deposited on the workpiece to be coated.
The surface of the objects to be treated is first carefully prepared to ensure a perfect storage and integration of brass. In our laboratory, using the technique of spraying metal, zinc becomes an integral part of the surface where the material is sprayed from the gun to fire.

ZINC

Galvanizing is the process by which a zinc coating is applied on a surface of metal.

Galvanizing is the process by which a zinc coating is applied on a surface of metal generally steel to protect it from galvanic corrosion: in fact it reduces the formation of micro-electrolytic cells acting in the anodic grain boundaries. This coating is made by Metallization (spraying): pure zinc is added to a spray gun or acetylene blowtorch, which vaporizes the zinc metal which is then deposited on the workpiece to be coated.
The surface of the objects to be treated is first carefully prepared to ensure a perfect storage and integration of brass. In our laboratory, using the technique of spraying metal, zinc becomes an integral part of the surface where the material is sprayed from the gun to fire.

BRONZE

The bronze is much used by sculptors for their works

The bronze is much used by sculptors for their works, because a lot of bronze alloys have the unusual and very useful property of expanding slightly just before solidifying, filling every last empty mold that contains them.
This allows the finished sculpture, to make it perfectly every detail of the artist’s work. The bronze also has a very low friction with other metals, which made him valuable in the manufacture of cannon balls, as those of iron tended to seize up inside the barrel.
In our Laboratory, using the technique of spraying metal, bronze becomes an integral part of the surface where the material is sprayed from the gun to fire.

COPPER

Copper is widely used by artisans, artists and designers

Copper, pure and reduced wire, finds its major application for the production and use of electricity. In architecture, copper is used to make roofs and roofing, gutters, flashings, downspouts and other flashing pieces.
Copper is widely used by artisans, artists and designers for its color and its easy workability that make it suitable for many ornamental purposes: you can easily obtain plates, frames, medals, and decorative objects.
The surface of the objects to be treated is first carefully prepared to ensure a perfect storage and integration of copper.
In our laboratory, using the technique of spraying metal, copper becomes an integral part of the surface where the material is sprayed from the gun to fire.

COPPER

Copper is widely used by artisans, artists and designers

Copper, pure and reduced wire, finds its major application for the production and use of electricity. In architecture, copper is used to make roofs and roofing, gutters, flashings, downspouts and other flashing pieces.
Copper is widely used by artisans, artists and designers for its color and its easy workability that make it suitable for many ornamental purposes: you can easily obtain plates, frames, medals, and decorative objects.
The surface of the objects to be treated is first carefully prepared to ensure a perfect storage and integration of copper.
In our laboratory, using the technique of spraying metal, copper becomes an integral part of the surface where the material is sprayed from the gun to fire.

BRASS

Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc

Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc, containing up to 45-50% of zinc; sometimes are added various amounts of other elements which impart  mechanical properties of the alloy special, influence the workability and resistant to atmospheric agents.
The surface of the objects to be treated is first carefully prepared to ensure a perfect storage and integration of brass. The brass plating is usually an electro-chemical process used to coat metal surfaces with a film of brass for corrosion protection, or for ornamental purposes.
In our laboratory, using the technique of spraying metal, brass becomes an integral part of the surface where the material is sprayed from the gun to fire.