Stainless Steel Signs

Stainless steel signs & letters can be manufactured in almost any typeface in a variety of stainless steel finishes: Bead Blasted, Satin, Brushed, Mirror Polished, Non Directional & De-scaled stainless which we powder coat to any Ral colour.

Stainless steel reception signs can be made in our premium finish option where the edges are finely polished to give a seamless look.

Our speciality is stainless steel signage & we offer quality & attention to detail that is hard to beat!

Polished stainless steel letterPOLISHED STAINLESS STEEL LETTERS
Specifications: Alloy 304 and 316 available A highly reflective finish similar to a mirror. The perfect material for projects where a “High Tech” image is required. It should be noted that for outdoor installations the high reflective value of the surface could make letters difficult to read. Excellent for indoor or outdoor use.
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SATIN STAINLESS STEEL LETTERS
Specifications: Alloy 304 and 316 available
A semi-reflective finish with a hairline texture running through it. A very versatile finish it is the most requested finish we offer. Excellent for indoor or outdoor use.
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NON DIRECTIONAL STAINLESS STEEL SIGNSNON-DIRECTIONAL STAINLESS STEEL LETTERS
Specifications: Alloy 304 and 316 available
All standard sanding grits available. Depending on the sanding grit specified this finish can be reflective or semi-reflective.
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BEAD BLASTED STAINLESS STEEL SIGNSBEAD BLASTED Specifications: Alloy 304 and 316 availableSemi-reflective finish achieved through blasting glass beads against the surface.
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PAINTED STAINLESS STEEL LETTERSPOLYURETHANE PAINTED
Specifications: Painted on Stainless Steel Alloy 304
When it comes to painting we are a unique company. The majority of our painting is done on our fabricated stainless steel. We use only the highest grade acrylic polyurethane paints available within the sign industry. When cured the finish is impact resistant and provides excellent resistance when exposed to most chemicals, solvents and of course the environment. People always ask why would you paint on stainless steel when aluminum is so much easier and less expensive to paint. The reason is quality and durability. In the event that the paint should chip or be scratched during installation or the natural life of the product, the underlying stainless steel will not deteriorate, as aluminum will.
If you are interested in seeing more stainless steel signs, please take a moment to look at our parent site: www.addesign.ie