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Linished Finish Procedure




Dear Sir/Madam,

May I ask if you can provide us on how to accomplish a linished finish in stainless steel? One of our clients are requiring us to do this. This is quite new to us so we are sourcing every help that we can get from the internet. I am hoping that you can send me procedures and materials needed for this kind of finish. Do we need to purchase new machine for this kind of job?

Hoping that you can help me on this matter as soon as possible.

Thanks and best regards.

Sincerely,

Ms. Lerry Bravo

Lerry Bravo
Architectural metal works fabricator - Sharjah, UAE
2006



Not familiar with the terminology linished, in all my years in surface finishing. Perhaps it is specific to architecture?

tony kenton
AF Kenton
retired business owner - Hatboro, Pennsylvania
2006



From the Australian Stainless Steel Development Association's website, http://www.assda.asn.au,
linishing seems to be belt grinding. A No.4 finish is a linished surface.

In coastal areas, "where a linished finish is desired, 320 grit (or finer) silicon carbide abrasives should be used with lubrication if possible" and followed by a passivation treatment.

Ken Vlach [deceased]
- Goleta, California

contributor of the year Finishing.com honored Ken for his countless carefully researched responses. He passed away May 14, 2015.
Rest in peace, Ken. Thank you for your hard work which the finishing world, and we at finishing.com, continue to benefit from.

2006




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