Shown here, this popular pattern typically consists of raised treads in the surface of aluminum or steel. Recently, this pattern has extended to thin stainless steel sheet and plastic composite materials in other products. The pattern is popular for truck toolboxes, utility chests and modular garage flooring, along with many other heavy-duty needs. It's the all-around look of "tough."
Powder coating has become a popular process for treating metal with a uniform color coat that's chip-, scratch- and corrosion-resistant. The process involves spraying metal with fine dry resin particles that are electro-statically charged so that they stick to the surface. The coated metal is then baked at 400° F, melting the clinging particles into a smooth, durable finish. The overwhelming number of powder coat finishes are done in gloss black.
While not quite tailor-made, semi-custom fit means that the seat cover will fit about 80% as well as a full custom fit seat cover. Semi-custom seat covers should not be used on vehicles with side impact airbags because they obstruct these vital safety systems.