Stainless steel sculptures are common urban sculptures. Stainless steel is resistant to corrosion by weakly corrosive media such as air, steam, and water, and chemically aggressive media such as acid, alkali, and salt. Because stainless steel sculptures have many advantages, many urban sculptures use stainless steel as the material.
Applicable places: scenic spots, hotels, villas, cafes, flower shops, night clubs, schools, streets, garden communities, various institutions, etc.
1) Making clay sculptures
2) Enlarge the draft
3) Turn the clay draft into a hard material mold
4) Forging stainless steel sculptures according to models
5) Polishing the sculpture multiple times
6) Fluorocarbon paint on the sculpture surface
201 # stainless steel
304 stainless steel
316 # stainless steel
In coastal cities, 304 # is recommended due to the problem of air salinity.
The specific differences can be found in Baidu.
If there is no special requirement for the thickness of stainless steel sculpture, it is generally 1.5mm, 2.0mm, 3.0mm. The larger the thickness of the plate, the less easy it is to shape and the higher the price.
Generally, welding is relatively strong, that is, the skeleton of the sculpture itself is welded with the embedded iron on the base, and the reinforcing steel is welded under the embedded iron. The length of the reinforcing steel and the size of the embedded iron are determined according to the size of the sculpture. For aesthetic reasons, usually after the sculpture is installed, the base will be affixed with marble or granite slabs.
Stainless steel sculptures have a variety of shapes, geometric sculptures, round sculptures, abstractions, etc., rich in content and strong in plasticity.
1. Surface treatment: The color of the stainless steel sculpture itself is silvery white and shiny. It can also be different colors on the sculpture according to the requirements, generally car paint. 2. Uses: This product is suitable for outdoor and internal places such as parks, botanical gardens, gardens, residential areas, squares, shopping malls, hotels, guesthouses, and halls.
3. Advantages of stainless steel: not easy to rust, easy to clean, strong wind resistance, durable, and become the mainstream of modern urban sculpture.
Stainless steel sculptures should be cleaned regularly and placed in a dry environment to protect them. It is best to wear gloves when holding by hand to prevent the salt in the sweat from corroding. If the dirt on the stainless steel sculpture is too heavy, blow it with a cold wind dryer first. Then clean it with a straw brush and finish with a soft bristle brush. Never use metal polishes, water, or any other solvents. That would discolor the bronze. For the stainless steel sculpture gap, we can wet the cotton ball with saliva and wipe it, and wipe it from beginning to end along the crack to avoid omission. Once a year, give the copperware a thin layer of microcrystalline wax, which is the colorless wax.