Copper is most likely the metal that mankind has been using for the longest time: the oldest copper object dates to 8700 BC. In fact, at that time copper was widely used to make the most important everyday objects.
Copper is a bacteriostatic and highly corrosion-resistant metal and has a pinkish-orange colour. Its high corrosion resistance is due to a patina that forms spontaneously on the surface and is first brown and then turns green or greenish-blue. Because of the special beauty of this patina, Dreamet’s technology accelerates the patination process to produce unique finishes, reminiscent of a forgotten antiquity. Due to its properties, copper is widely used in plumbing, faucets, nautical equipment, as well as in architecture, mainly for roofing, and in design objects.