Patterned Finishes

2WL (ROW) / Windsor (USA)

2WL (ROW) / Windsor (USA)


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5WL (ROW) / 5-SM (USA)

5WL (ROW) / 5-SM (USA)


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6WL (ROW) / 6-OM (USA)

6WL (ROW) / 6-OM (USA)


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7GM®

7GM®


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9EH (ROW) / Leathergrain (USA)

9EH (ROW) / Leathergrain (USA)


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10WG (ROW) / Woodgrain (USA)

10WG (ROW) / Woodgrain (USA)


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11PS (ROW) / Stucco (USA)

11PS (ROW) / Stucco (USA)


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12LG

12LG


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13SD

13SD


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CAMBRIDGE

CAMBRIDGE


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CANVAS OneTex™

CANVAS OneTex™


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CHECKS OneTex™

CHECKS OneTex™


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QUILTED (ROW) / 3'' DIAMOND (USA)

QUILTED (ROW) / 3'' DIAMOND (USA)


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LINEN OneTex™

LINEN OneTex™


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SQUARES OneTex™

SQUARES OneTex™


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RHOMBOIDS OneTex™

RHOMBOIDS OneTex™


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TreadTex®

TreadTex®


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OXFORD (USA only)

OXFORD (USA only)


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HammerTone (USA only)

HammerTone (USA only)


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SandStar

SandStar


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The Patterned Finishes are manufactured by cold rolling various metals in sheet and coil format. The patterned product is then levelled and processed for flatness.

Standard dimensions shown are for Stainless Steel.

ROW = Rest of the world reference / USA = USA reference

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Benefits of Rimex`s Patterned Finishes:

Aesthetics
The Patterned Finishes provide a large selection of random and symmetrical designs that are modern and attractive in appearance.

Oil Canning
Oil canning can be reduced by using the Patterned Finishes to provide improved optical flatness making the product ideal for cladding systems.

Durability
The presence of a Patterned Finish will hide scratches, dents and other impact damage unlike plain flat and polished metals which too readily reveal the lightest of impact. The Patterned Finishes from Rimex are tried and tested, having been used for over 40 years because of their antivandal and durable properties.

Long Term Cost Savings
As a direct consequence of the strength and durability benefits provided by the Patterned Finishes, long term cost savings are provided in maintenance and replacement of applications such as elevators, columns, doors, etc.

Low Friction Services
The patterning process provides a reduced contact area so reducing friction problems common in food, drink and photographic machinery. This can significantly speed up production flow.

Heat insulation and dissipation
The appliance industry uses the Patterned Finishes because they provide heat insulation and dissipation advantages.

Weight saving
The patterning process increases the strength and rigidity of metal enabling lighter gauges to be used with consequent cost and weight savings.

Reflective surfaces
The Patterned Finishes are used in the lighting industry to break up glare.