Stainless Steel Elevator Panel

304 316 Stainless Steel Elevator Door Panel

Type Stainless steel elevator panel
Brand Jinxinhe
Grade 201/304/316
Production Method Laser cut hollowing, cutting, welding, hand polishing, coloring
Size Customized
Finish Mirror, Matte, Brushed, Natural,etc.
Colour Champagne, Black, Blue, Silver, Gold, Rose Gold, etc.
Application Residential or commercial building
Packing way PVC+ waterproof paper + strong sea-worthy wooden package

Product Description

Stainless steel elevator plate 
Referring to the stainless steel plate installed inside or outside the elevator is the term “stainless steel plate on elevator.” Due to its corrosion resistance, high strength, lovely look, and other qualities, stainless steel plate is utilized as a high-quality material in the production and installation of elevators. Additionally, stainless steel plate has other qualities such as being simple to maintain and clean, which prolongs the service life and enhances elevator safety.

Different stainless steel plate types for the elevator
The stainless steel plate on the elevator is separated into numerous varieties based on the varied use scenarios and places. The typical ones are elevator pit siding, floor door cover plates, elevator hall cover plates, elevator interior wall plates, and elevator interior roof plates. The anti-scratch, anti-fingerprint, anti-smudge, and other properties of stainless steel plate may be realized according to different materials and surface treatment procedures, making it more suited for elevator applications.

The advantages of stainless steel plate on elevator
Stainless steel plate on the elevator has a variety of advantages.First off, because it is made of stainless steel, it is resistant to rust, oxidation, and pollution, and its visual impact is exquisite. Second, stainless steel plate has good toughness and wear resistance, is long-lasting, and increases the use of safety and the life of the elevator. Last but not least, stainless steel plate requires minimal routine maintenance, has good antifouling performance, and a long service life.

A wide range of application possibilities exist for stainless steel plate used on elevators as a beautiful, safe, and useful elevator material. The stainless steel plate on the elevator will advance in the future as elevator intelligence and environmental protection advance, better meeting the needs of contemporary society in terms of elevator safety, environmental protection, and aesthetics.

Surface Treatment

Mirror Finish

On stainless steel, a mirror finish is a highly-polished commercial finish characterised by a bright, shiny and reflective surface. You’ll most commonly find it in
aesthetic pieces, such as public architecture, tapes and furniture.The stainless steel elevator door panels’ mirror finish not only adds a hint of sophistication and
elegance but also amplifies the sense of space within elevator interiors.


Brushed Finish

A brushed finish is obtained by pulling a brush over the surface of the fresh concrete, after the surface has been levelled. The type of finish obtained will depend upon the coarseness of the brush bristles and the length and shape of the tufts.With a contemporary and polished look, the brushed coating on stainless steel elevator door panels provides both aesthetic appeal and practical benefits. The fine, parallel lines not only enhance durability but also minimize the visibility of fingerprints and scuffs, ensuring a lasting pristine appearance.

Mirror Finish

A satin finish is a medium gloss sheen that’s shinier than matte but not as shiny as semi-gloss paint. Likewise, satin offers slightly more luster or light reflectiveness than eggshell finishes. In metal polishing, a satin finish is any that results in a surface featuring a more grain-like, brushed, or grooved appearance. In addition, the duller, more matte appearance may be better suited for areas with a large amount of light to reduce glare.


Vibration Finish

Vibratory finishing is a type of mass finishing manufacturing process used to deburr, radius, descale, burnish, clean, and brighten a large number of relatively small workpieces.Elevator door panels distinctly exude a modern and imaginative flair, owing to their unique patterning of slender, asymmetrical lines that evoke depth and motion.


Cross-Hairline Finish

Cross hairline (Cross HL) grind marks are matrix-like and angled at 45 degrees. This finish is appropriate for panels, ornaments, and perimeters as well as products for the interior and the exterior. According to the needs of the project, the grain size and direction can be changed.The ceiling panels’ delicately etched surface features a crosshair design that exudes sophistication and depth. These delicate lines attract people’s eyes and serve as the elevator’s central focal point. Along with this, the symmetrical layout gives the room a sense of harmony and sophistication, elevating the whole area.


Etched Finish

Since etching just modifies the material’s surface texture to a frosted or matte finish, it can be applied to any kind of surface. Metal will be the most often utilized material for etching since it produces the best results.A new world of design possibilities is opened up by the ability to engrave elaborate patterns, logos, and artwork onto stainless steel elevator door panels. The panels are elevated by this customisation, giving the interior of the elevator a unique and opulent feel.


Embossed Finish

Embossing is when you press into paper or card stock from underneath. This means the finished design stands out from the paper, giving it more of a 3D effect.Embossed finishes, showcasing raised patterns or textures, infuse elevator interiors with depth and intrigue. These finishes add a tactile element in addition to their dramatic aesthetic impact, captivating passengers’ senses and adding a touch of elegance.


Customized Surface


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