PeentexTM Architectural Peening
The Peentex architectural peening process applies
a texture to the surface of decorative and structural
architectural metals to create unique, visually appealing
aesthetic effects. Designers and architects have specified
the use of the Peentex process on internationally
known historic structures such as the Statue of Liberty,
the Louvre and the Dublin Spire.
Metal Improvement Company has used the Peentex process
to texture a variety of metals including stainless
steel, aluminum, bronze and other architectural metals.
Our computer controlled automatic equipment is capable
of processing metal sheets up to 10-feet-wide by 100-feet-long.
We also have the capability to add textures to smaller
irregular shapes through the use of Peentex.
In addition to a textured finish, the Peentex process
provides the following additional benefits to space
frames and other structural components:
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