IRON RUBBED™ OIL
Varnish Effect Iron Rubbed™ Oil
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2k two-component varnish, Iron Rubbed™ Oil is a finishing able to give every treated support made on iron, steel AISI, black iron, pickled iron, zinc-plated iron, brass, bronze, silver, aluminum, aluminum alloys, zamak, policarbonate, polyamide, charged nylon, polyurethane, complex plastic polymers, fiberglass, carbone fiber, MDF, wood, stone (with the specific primers) the aspect of the real Raw Iron, which allows to obtain the same aesthetic effect by avoiding all the problems occurring after the employment of the real raw iron (weight, weldings, oxidation).
Ideal for indoor and outdoor workpieces.
The effect Iron Rubbed™ Oil (Calamine™ Iron) does not release iron oxide powder.
EXTREMELY FRESH IN ITS SIMPLICITY
Extremely fresh in its simplicity, the fresh Iron Rubbed™ Oil finishing becomes part of the Materici™ series. Increasingly requested by internationally renowned architects, designers and artists, the industrial style comes to life in the new material finish Ferro Calamina™.
Conceived by CRS Molteni Vernici as part of the new special paints and used to reproduce the aesthetic effect of natural iron, it amazes and enchants thanks to its material "imperfections".
HISTORY OF MATERIAL
Calamine, or machining scale or black oxide, is one of the most noticeable effects in metalworking processes.
To explain in a simple and clear way what calamine is, however, we must start by explaining what it is from a chemical point of view, why it is formed and what processes can be applied to eliminate it from steel and semi-finished products.
First of all, it must be said that by calamine we mean the oxide that is formed while hot steel products, such as pipes or plates, are processed. During a process of cutting a sheet, for example, from the interactions between hot steel and air triggered by temperatures of about 1200°C, this combination of ferrous oxide, magnetite and hematite is formed precisely to protect the material itself.
From this point of view, to the question “what is calamine?” one would have to answer that it is a simple protection of the object itself, which develops naturally at high temperatures.
However, for the purpose of using one of these products, it must be borne in mind that the part covered with calamine is relatively weaker because it is more subject to infiltration of humidity and water: for this reason, there are several descaling machines, used to eliminate it and thus maintain the object as solid and long-lasting as possible over time.