Becchetti Bal is able to meet any of its customers’ aesthetic or functional needs by offering excellent products with a refined style.
We offer over 20 finishes designed to enhance beauty, quality and the value of the materials selected and used in the 100% Made in Italy production of handles, roses, escutcheons and plates, coordinated doors and windows, pull handles and knockers, knobs and end knobs, and other accessories for windows and doors.

 

With its finishing service Becchetti Bal offers its customers accessories and high quality products able to embellish and enhance windows and doors, making every room in the house unique and inimitable.

 

Several finishes are available for brass. The following are available: natural effect raw brass; polished natural brass or polished coated brass with a shinier appearance; Zapon satin brass finished by hand; dark brown bronzed brushed brass; antique brass and aged effect antiqued brass.

 

The shiny reflective gold finishes are precious and elegant but we also offer sandblasted gold, more opaque and rough. What’s more, we also offer finishes in nickel, satin nickel and antiqued nickel, silver, antique copper and PVD. For handles and other accessories in the range you can also choose a bronzed, chromed or satin chromed effect or lacquered in black and white with a modern matte effect. Finally, oil rubbed painted and oil rubbed waxed finishes with a particular dark brown colouring are available.

Same handle
different finishes
one for every taste

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F00 – Raw Brass Not Polished

The surface is subjected to mechanical abrasion giving the product a natural aspect. No protection has been used to avoid natural oxidation of the surface.

F19 – Silver Plated

The whole surface is subjected to an electrochemical silver treatment, with a level of purity 999/000, and then varnished to preserve its original bright features and its silvery beauty.

F1 – Polished Brass

The surface is polished. No protection has been used to avoid natural oxidation of the surface.

F20 – White

The whole surface is varnished; the surface appears mat white. The varnish used is a mix of polyester resins and special lightproof pigments.

F2 – Bronzed Brass

The whole surface is subjected to chemical oxidation (bronzing) resulting in a dark brown color; the surface is then varnished to keep its characteristics unaltered in time.

F23 – Black

The whole surface is varnished; the surface appears mat black. The varnish used is a mix of polyester resins and special lightproof pigments.

F3 – Satin Lacquered Brass

The whole surface is butter finished manually and finally varnished to keep its characteristics unaltered in time.

F27 – Oil Rubbed with Mat Varnish

The whole surface is subjected to chemical oxidation, bronzing, obtaining a dark brown color and later coated with a thin layer of mat varnish to keep its characteristics unchanged.

F5 – Chrome Plated Brass

The whole surface is subjected to an electrolytic treatment of metal plating; the surface appears perfectly polished and reflecting; this finish is mainly suitable where oxidation is very strong (i.e. seaside resort).

F35 – Sanded Gold Brass

The whole surface is first sandblasted, then subjected to an electrolytic treatment of metal plating and finally varnished; the surface appears regularly mat and rough.

F6 – Satin Chrome

The whole surface is butter finished manually and finally subjected to an electrolytic treatment of metal plating; the surface appears silky and non-reflecting.

F37 – Old Brass

This particular effect is due to handcraft manual plugging treatment, resulting in a “spotted aged” effect. The whole surface is varnished, thanks to a mat electrostatic varnish, which protect the surface.

F7 – Scratched Bronze Brass

The whole surface is first butter finished after a chemical oxidation (bronzing), wich results in a dark brown color; the surface is then butter finished manually and varnished to keep its characteristics unaltered in time.

F41 – Oil Rubbed

The whole surface is subjected to chemical oxidation (bronzing), resulting in a dark brown color; the surface is then subjected to a natural wax deposition for greater uniformity and protecting the surface color. Due to the natural products used for this finish, the item will change in time by acquiring a more aging effect.

F8 – Polished Lacquered Brass

The whole surface is butter finished manually and finally varnished to keep its characteristics unaltered in time.

F44 – Antik Nickel

The item is first subjected to a special aging process, resulting in a worn-out effect. The whole surface is then subjected to an electrolytic treatment of metal plating and finally to oxidation; it is then submitted to an abrasion treatment resulting in a natural aging effect and later coated with a thin layer of flat varnish, to keep its characteristics unchanged in time.

F12 – Gold Plated

The whole surface is subjected to an electrolytic treatment of metal plating and then varnished to keep its characteristics unaltered in time; the surface appears polished and reflecting.

F47 – Antik Copper

The item is first subjected to a special aging process, resulting in a worn-out effect. The whole surface is then subjected to an electrolytic treatment of metal plating and finally to oxidation; it is then submitted to an abrasion treatment resulting in a natural aging effect and later coated with a thin layer of flat varnish, to keep its characteristics unchanged in time.

F15 – Nickeled Brass

The whole surface is subjected to an electrolytic treatment of metal plating; the surface appears polished and reflecting.

F49 – Antik Brass

The item is first subjected to a special aging process, resulting in a worn-out effect. The whole surface is then subjected to an electrolytic treatment of metal plating per micron and then to oxidation; it is then submitted to an abrasion treatment resulting in a natural aging effect and later coated with a thin layer of flat varnish, to keep its characteristics unchanged in time.

F17 – Satin Nickeled Brass

The whole surface is subjected to an electrolytic treatment of metal plating; it is then butter finished manually and finally varnished to keep its characteristics unaltered in time.

P1 – Physical Vapour Deposition

This is a special coating for protection against atmospheric agent and domestic detergents; this treatment is based on the physical principle of vacuum metal evaporation, which, at a ionic state, condense by forming a deposit on a substratum after reacting with a gas and this forming a compound.