As a first time Vision exhibitor, Aperam will be showcasing its innovative collection of stainless steel products in the event’s New Product Zone.
Its UGINOX range, which has recently been developed to include distinctive colours and textures, will be on full display.
Visitors will be able to find out more about the updated range and see how the products can be used to create a unique identity in contemporary architecture.
With an inherent strength, stainless steel can be used at far thinner gauges than other metals; it is the only material that has been formally approved by the British Heritage as an alternative to lead.
It is also the most sustainable metal used in construction today.
Because of its many advantages, the popularity of stainless steel is growing.
More and more finishes are being developed to increase design scope; this compares favourably against alternative metals.
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