The Electrolytic Technique for a Material with an Industrial Setting, with Workshop Style
The chromatic effect, or a certain 'pattern' that is repeated by showing a grayscale with enviable brightness, especially for some projects, is then obtained through electrolysis processes. The Ambience will be the most suitable for the Industrial type, especially if laid on the floor giving some reflections of brightness and shade, of chiaroscuro as in a Planium project, the one for the Agostini Museum, in which the interiors have faithfully evoked and with light plays the scenario of a vintage motorcycle workshop which, a bit like the Industrial style, reminds us of the first decades of the second post-war period.
For a quick and dry installation according to the technological systems designed by Planium - and among the fastest to adopt - is the magnetic one of MG01 used for the Trophy Room by Giacomo Agostini, which uses the principle by which the metal core contained in the texture binds magnetically to the thin substrate with which the system is equipped. Other possible dry systems - easy to remove and to apply because without glues - are AP01 Lay (the fastest), PL01 - one click with pressure fixing between tiles and SM02 Evolution, a mechanical system with fixing screw between slab and slab.
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