Diamond Plate

If you are looking for diamond plating services, our expert team at Capital Sheet Metal can help. We offer a wide range of diamond plating services and also make your work look more professional with the perfect shine! Our experience in this industry spans over 80 years so don't hesitate to contact us today with any questions.

Diamond Plate

Diamond plate is a type of safety surface that can be used on various surfaces. It has increased traction and provides protection by preventing people from slipping when they step onto it, so this extra grip helps keep you safe while climbing or descending these high places. When you're walking on a surface that has diamond plate, your shoes are more likely to grip the ground because of its texture.

Materials

Diamond plate is a durable material that can be used in many different applications. The most popular types of metal for diamond plating are aluminum, steel, and stainless steel; however, plastic has also been used to create interlocking sheets with similar properties as those created from more traditional materials like copper or silver.

Aluminum Diamond Plate

Aluminum diamond plate is corrosion-resistant and durable. It's often used in outdoor settings such as parking lots, loading docks, or stairs because it can withstand the elements. With its ability to be easily cleaned with soap & water, many also consider it for marine applications like boats and docks. The final destination might require different patterns & finishes but no matter what application there will always be some type that works well with your design goals.

Steel Diamond Plate

The durability and easy cleaning make diamond plate a popular material for commercial applications. Diamond plated steel is often less expensive than other materials, such as aluminum or stainless steel; it's also useful in structural goods because its strength makes them strong enough to withstand heavy use without failing under pressure. 

Stainless Steel Diamond Plate

Stainless steel is a great material for diamond plate. It's resistant to corrosion and can stand up in environments where harsh chemicals may be used, such as industrial settings or those needed on the farm. The bright finish gives it an added touch of style.

How It’s Made

Diamond metal plate can be made in two different ways – stamping or hot rolling. The process of both methods uses a combined heat and pressure to create beautiful pieces that will last for years.

Stamping is a process that creates patterns on the surface of the metal by passing it between two different types of surfaces with pressure. The first one has diamonds, which we use for making aluminum diamond plates.

Hot rolling is a process in which the metal gets heated above its recrystallization temperature using an electronic thermal machine before being passed through rollers. It then cools into a diamond plate shape as it becomes hard. This helps prevent any flaws from occurring during the process.