Stainless steel is an iron alloy containing chromium, nickel, and molybdenum. By varying the quantity of the alloys, over 100 different types of stainless can be manufactured, each containing different structural properties and resistance to corrosion. In addition to its physical benefits, different manufacturing methods can be used to create either a high luster or matte finish, which create a variety of window and door design options.

Transformation Process
The billet used for stainless steel is produced by forging the steel to the required gauge, then rolling it into large coils. The material then undergoes a finishing process to obtain a satin, scotch-brite or polished surface. The coil is then rolled into the desired shape while a protective film is applied to protect the finish.


  • Thermally broken
  • Available in both 304 high grade stainless or 316 marine grade
  • Excellent corrosion resistance is ideal for ocean front or industrial applications
  • Structural stability, extreme durability
  • 100% recycled material

1. Satin – 220 grit abrasives are rubbed over the surface to obtain a smooth satin polish.
2. Scotch-Brite – 1,200 grit abrasive are rubbed over the surface to obtain a sleek smooth finish.
3. Polished – High powered buffers are used to create a mirror like finish.