Decorative metal surfacing: Móz Designs’ Engravings collection

Móz Designs launched the multi-dimensional Engravings collection, which includes a series of eight organic patterns engraved into the surface of Móz solid core aluminum panels. The collection includes contemporary and timeless pattern themes, including: Circuit, Crossroads, Cubes, Current, Dash, Mason, Matrix and Strings. The patterns are engraved over a choice of Móz grains, which provide a subtle background texture. The collection is offered in 4 feet by 8 feet or 4 feet by 10 feet aluminum sheets, or column covers, with material thicknesses from .090 inches to .125 inches. Engravings can be applied as walls, door skins, bar dies, reception centers, column covers and on other decorative surfaces.

A selection of color tones complete the package with offerings in Móz classics, including antique gold and bronze, along with fresh new colors, such as jade, sea salt and wintermint. Finishes are available in polycoat gloss and polycoat matte. Powder-coated finishes also make the material suitable for exterior applications and high traffic areas.

All Móz metal products are designed, sourced and manufactured in northern California, and are fabricated from recycled aluminum, contributing to LEED 2.0 MR Credit 4 – Recycled Content.

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