Secco Brass // Showroom
21st July 2017
The colour and shininess of this alloy, together with the hardness and resistance to corrosion make it a precious and original element for architectural solutions in both old and new architecture. Surfaces in glossy or burnished brass can be an expression of luxury and refinement, or tradition.
When this alloy comes into contact with the air it takes on the richness and the reflections of antique bronze while maintaining its physical properties intact.
The natural oxidization determines a level of self-protection that makes the finished product ideal for using in difficult environmental conditions such as maritime settings.
Secco Sistemi uses the alloy OT67 in which the high percentage of copper (67%) guarantees great resistance to corrosion, while the zinc (33%) improves the mechanical properties of hardness and breaking load.
Another excellent product in terms of sustainability – re-usability is 100%
We have been keeping busy here at Thermeco with lot's of exciting changes and upgrades. A year long all brass Sydney project is nearing completion and we have two new brass projects coming up in Melbourne. We have recently completed our brand new Secco brass display here at Thermeco HQ. For display purposes, we have created a section with the square glazing bead and another with the triangular bead. Which finish do you prefer?!
Come and see our showroom, we'd love to see you!
For more information on our Secco Brass systems CLICK HERE.