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Metal Finishes

At EmirFab, we are committed to offer the best to our customers. When it comes to finishing, we rely on the most advanced technologies to ensure the durability and esthetics of your metal fabrications.
Finishes refer to various surface treatments and coatings applied to metal products to enhance their appearance, protect against corrosion, improve durability, or achieve specific functional or aesthetic requirements. The choice of finish depends on factors such as the metal type, intended use, desired appearance, and environmental conditions the metal will be exposed to.

Stainless Steel Finishing

Our Stainless Steel finishes are capable of keeping your structures look fresh and bright for years together.
Stainless steel finish refers to the surface treatment or coating applied to stainless steel materials to enhance their appearance, durability, and corrosion resistance. Stainless steel itself is an alloy composed primarily of iron, along with varying amounts of chromium and other elements.

Brush Finishing

A brush finish, also known as a satin finish or directional finish, is a surface texture created by brushing a material with abrasive materials or brushes. This process creates fine, parallel lines or grain on the surface.

Mirror Finishing

A mirror finish, also referred to as a polished finish or reflective finish, is a surface treatment that creates a highly reflective and glossy appearance similar to a mirror.

Hairline Finishing

A hairline finish, sometimes called a brushed finish or grain finish, is a surface texture that consists of very fine lines or scratches on the surface of a material. These lines are usually uniform and run in a single direction.

Electroplated finishing

Give a lustrous look to your metal structures by electroplating them.
Electroplated finish, also known as electroplating, is a process of depositing a layer of metal onto a surface using an electrolytic cell. It is a common method used to improve the appearance, durability, and corrosion resistance of various objects, including jewelry, automotive parts, plumbing fixtures, and decorative items.
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Brass Finish

Brass electroplated finish refers to a method of applying a thin layer of brass onto a base metal surface through an electrochemical process known as electroplating.
Gold Finish

Gold Finish

Gold electroplating is a process in which a thin layer of gold is deposited onto the surface of stainless steel through an electrochemical reaction.
Rose Gold Finish

Rose Gold Finish

Rose gold is an alloy of gold and copper, so the electroplating bath will require a combination of gold and copper salts.
Copper Finish

Copper Finish

Copper electroplating on stainless steel may require a preliminary step called “strike plating” to ensure proper adhesion of the copper layer.
Bronze Finish

Bronze Finish

Bronze is an alloy primarily composed of copper, tin, and sometimes other elements. Proper cleaning and maintenance, as well as applying protective coatings, can help preserve the bronze electroplated finish on stainless steel.
Silver electroplated finish

Silver electroplated finish

Electroplated silver layer is relatively thin and may wear off with regular use or abrasion. Regular cleaning and maintenance, as well as applying protective coatings, can help preserve its appearance on stainless steel.
Nickel electroplated finish

Nickel electroplated finish

Electroplated nickel layer provides a durable and corrosion-resistant finish on stainless steel. It can be left as is or serve as a base layer for other finishes such as chrome plating.
Black Nickel electroplated finish

Black Nickel electroplated finish

Achieving a consistent and uniform black nickel finish can be challenging, and the specific process parameters and bath composition may vary depending on the electroplating technique, equipment, and desired outcome.
Antique finish

Antique finish

Achieving a specific antique finish requires experimentation and customization based on the desired outcome. The specific parameters, bath composition, and patina enhancement techniques may vary depending on the metal type, desired antique effect, and personal preferences.

Pen gold electroplated finish

Electroplating gold using a pen on surfaces where continuous gold electroplating is not possible.

Physical Vapour Deposit(PVD)

Enhance the look of your interior with PVD technique.

Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) is a technique used to deposit thin films of materials onto a substrate. It involves the vaporization of a solid material in a vacuum environment and its subsequent condensation onto the substrate, forming a thin film.


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Mild Steel Finish

Elevate the greatness of your buildings with our Mild Steel finished structures.
Mild steel is a common type of carbon steel that is widely used in various applications due to its affordability, versatility, and ease of fabrication. The finish of mild steel refers to the surface appearance or treatment applied to the steel to enhance its aesthetics, protect it from corrosion, or improve its functionality.

Surface treatment

A base coat is typically applied as a preliminary layer before the final coating or finish is applied to mild steel. The purpose of a base coat is to provide adhesion, improve the durability of the finish, and enhance the overall appearance of the steel.

Abrasive blasting

Sand blasting

Enhance the getup of your mild steel structures by polishing them with sand blasting

Sandblasting, also known as abrasive blasting, is a process in which a high-pressure stream of abrasive material is propelled against a surface to remove contaminants, roughen the surface, or prepare it for further treatment. It is commonly used to clean, etch, or strip paint, rust, scale, or other coatings from various surfaces, including metals like mild steel.

Bead blasting

Beautify your mild steel surfaces with the most elegant bead blasting technique

Bead blasting is a surface preparation technique that involves using fine abrasive media propelled at high speed to clean, smooth, or texture a material's surface. When bead blasting mild steel, the process helps remove rust, scale, paint, or other surface contaminants, leaving behind a clean and uniform surface.



Galvanizing is a process of applying a protective zinc coating to the surface of steel or iron to prevent corrosion. It is a widely used method to enhance the durability and longevity of metal structures and components, including mild steel.

Give durable sheen to your structures with galvanized mild steel

Final finish

The choice of final finish for mild steel depends on the desired aesthetics, level of protection, and the specific requirements of the application.

Powder coat finish

Protect your structures with the durable powder coating technique.

Powder coating is a popular finishing technique for mild steel. It provides a durable and attractive finish that offers enhanced protection against corrosion, wear, and impact.
Powder coating offers various advantages for mild steel, including excellent durability, resistance to chipping and scratching, and a wide range of color options.

Normal powder coating finish

Powder coat your metal surfaces to make it long lasting and attractive.

Normal powder coating, also known as conventional powder coating, is a widely used finishing technique for various metal surfaces, including mild steel. It involves the application of dry powder particles onto the surface, which adhere electrostatically and form a protective coating when cured.

Super durable finish (SDF)

Provide excellent protection and longevity for your Mild Steel surfaces

A super durable powder coat finish is a type of coating that provides exceptional resistance to wear, corrosion, and environmental factors. It is designed to withstand heavy use, harsh conditions, and prolonged exposure to UV radiation, chemicals, moisture, and abrasion.

Grit finish powder coat

Give your mild steel structures a textured look with grit finish powder coating

A grit finish powder coat is a type of powder coating that creates a textured or rough surface finish on metal. It is also sometimes referred to as a sandpaper finish or textured finish powder coat. The grit finish is achieved by incorporating abrasive particles or additives into the powder coating material.


Rust finish

If you want to achieve a rust finish on mild steel, there are a few techniques you can use to simulate the appearance of rust without compromising the structural integrity of the metal.

Paint with primer

Protect your mild steel structures against climatic conditions by painting it after applying a single or multiple coat of epoxy primer.

Painting with a primer on mild steel is a common practice to improve the adhesion and durability of the paint coating. Painting the mild steel surface with primer provides it with improved protection and an aesthetically pleasing finish.


Our structures in Aluminium give the elegance your building has been looking for.
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Physical Vapor Deposit (PVD)

PVD involves the process of vaporizing a solid material and depositing it onto a substrate to form a thin film. Aluminum itself can be used as both the substrate and the coating material in PVD processes.

Powder coat

Powder coating is a popular method used to apply a durable and protective finish to aluminum surfaces. It involves applying a dry powder onto the aluminum and then curing it to create a hard and smooth coating.
Powder Coat Finish


The thick oxidized layer gives you ultimate protection against corrosion and wear.

Aluminum anodizing is an electrochemical process that enhances the surface of aluminum by creating a protective oxide layer. This oxide layer not only improves the appearance of the aluminum but also provides increased corrosion resistance and durability.

Electroplated finish

Electroplating is a process used to deposit a layer of metal onto a substrate through an electrochemical reaction. While aluminum itself is not typically electroplated directly, it can be prepared and treated in specific ways to enable electroplating of other metals onto its surface.

Galvanized Iron (G.I)

Durability and esthetics are guaranteed with our range of Galvanized Iron works.

A galvanized iron finish refers to the protective coating applied to iron or steel surfaces through a process called galvanization. Galvanization involves coating the iron or steel with a layer of zinc to provide corrosion resistance and durability.


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