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Artplinths' steel-frame plinths are made in steel box section with solid steel plate or wood tops. They are available in a wide variety of finishes – self-coloured steel, orbital sanded, clear-coat sealed or powder coated – and in a variety of colours.
Self colour: the colour of mild steel – usually a darkish grey with contrasting welding.
Orbital sanded: a bright finish, all dark grey removed, creating a shiny mildly orbital-marked surface that is not polished but bright silver in colour.
Patinated: a chemical patination is applied to steel, creating darkish or coloured reddish tones. The hand-applied patination offers subtle variation across each surface.
Clear coated: this is a sealer that will stop the self-coloured, orbital-sanded and patinated finish becoming too tarnished and rusted.
Powder coated: this type of coating is applied as a free-flowing dry powder to create coloured steel objects. The coating is typically applied electrostatically and is then cured under heat to allow it to flow and form a "skin". It is usually used to create a hard finish that is tougher than conventional paint and does not need to be clear coated. Available in a wide range of colours, it has a pleasing plastic, almost-rubbery feel (it is a thermoplastic).
Most finishes are for internal use only.
Made by hand in London.
Larger and bespoke sizes, and specialist installations are available on request.
Lead times: Artplinths' steel-frame plinths are made to order and take approx 15-20 working days. Please contact us for more details.
Please note: The frame plinth images on the website are for illustration purposes only. These products in mild steel will vary in colour and finish across a spectrum of bright silver to dark grey where welding and sanding has happened during the manufacturing process. they can then be treated, dressed and painted to suit or left in their natural state for an industrial feel finish which needs to be clear coated to fix it.
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