Product News: Architectural and Civil Engineering Products
Aluminum Panels feature engraved decorative elements.
Press Release Summary:
April 18, 2014 - Featuring series ofÂ 8 organic patterns engraved into surface of MÃ³z solid core aluminum panels, multi-dimensional Engravings Collection includesÂ multiple pattern themes: Circuit, Crossroads, Cubes, Current, Dash, Mason, Matrix, and Strings. Patterns are engraved overÂ choice of MÃ³z grains, which provide background texture. Offered with selection of color tones and finishes, products come in 4 x 8 ftÂ or 4 x 10 ftÂ aluminum sheets, or column covers, with material thicknesses from .090–.125 in.
Original Press Release
Moz Designs Introduces Engravings Collection
Press release date: April 16, 2014
The Collection includes contemporary and timeless pattern themes: Circuit, Crossroads, Cubes, Current, Dash, Mason, Matrix and Strings.
The exclusive Móz Engravings’ technique has propelled decorative metals into a new realm with its unique combination of multi-layered elements. The patterns are engraved over a choice of subtle Móz grains, which provide a quiet background texture.
The Collection is offered in 4’ x 8’ or 4’ x 10’ aluminum sheets, or column covers, with material thicknesses from .090” to .125”.
A dramatic alternative for interior or exterior applications, Engravings can be applied as walls, door skins, bar dies, reception centers, column covers and on other decorative surfaces. Móz products are designed for installation in hospitality venues, healthcare facilities, commercial centers and retail operations.
A rich 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 like elevators and corridors.
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.