Metal Nameplates

Texas Nameplate manufactures a variety of metal nameplates. Below is a brief description of the materials used in each of our metal nameplates, as well as a list of the environments for which each is best suited. 

Material
Characteristics
Best Suited For
Stainless Steel

  • Extremely durable
  • Excellent chemicals and solvent resistance
  • High resistance to oxidation, rust and corrosion
  • High temperature resistance
  • Retains sheen and withstands abrasion
  • Available in thickness from 0.008 – 0.125″
  • Harsh Outdoor
  • Harsh Indoor
  • Well suited for salt water/spray environment
Aluminum

  • Extremely durable
  • Lightweight material coupled with strength
  • High resistance to oxidation, rust and corrosion
  • Moderate resistance to abrasion
  • Available in thickness from 0.003 – 0.125″
  • Harsh Indoor
  • Normal Outdoor
  • Normal Indoor
  • Not recommended for salt water/spray environment
Brass

  • Extremely durable
  • Excellent chemical and solvent resistance
  • Excellent to tarnish
  • High resistance to oxidation and corrosion
  • Versatile, hard and malleable
  • Available in thickness from 0.016 – 0.125″
  • Harsh Outdoor
  • Harsh Indoor
  • Well suited for ocean and submarine applications; excellent for decorative applications
MetalPhoto®

  • Extremely durable
  • High temperature resistance
  • High resistance to abrasion
  • Good resistance corrosion
  • Doesn’t fade or chip
  • Available in thickness from 0.003 – 0.125″
  • Harsh Outdoor
  • Harsh Indoor
  • Well suited for salt water/spray environment and military applications