TAG: Perforated Metal, Perforated Metal Mesh, Advantages of Perforated Metal
We have the flexibility to manufacture perforated metal and other perforated materials, in thicknesses from foil to thick plate. We supply perforated sheets with sizes up to 60" wide and perforated coils up to 20,000 lbs., efficiently rewound. Our perforated metal products enjoy excellent advantages, such as:
Easy molding processing
Can painting or polishing
Various thickness of the sheet
Largest selection of hole size pattern and configurations
Good sound-absorbing effect
Longer service life
Can be readily formed
Superior abrasion resisrance
Can be perforation in all types
What is the smallest hole size that you can perforate?
The smallest hole that can be perforated is typically equal to the material thickness. The physical and chemical properties of certain materials like brass and aluminum allow smaller holes than the material thickness to be perforated.
What standard hole patterns are available?
The Perforating Industry has defined a number of standard hole patterns, they can be found in our site.
Can I get the exact pattern that I am looking for?
Our perforating's standard tooling allows over a thousand different patterns to be produced. Often we can come very close to what you are looking for. We can also manufacture special tooling to meet your needs. This is very economical when you have a larger need for a certain pattern.
What is the thinnest material you can perforate?
We can perforate stainless foil down to a thickness of 0.008".
What materials can be perforated?
Numerous metals and plastics can be perforated. Commonly perforated materials can be found under Material Info.
What open areas can be achieved?
The open area of a perforated sheet is dependent on the hole pattern and can be calculated using the open area formulas.
What factors determine the cost of a perforated part?
The main factors influencing the perforated part cost are: material cost, the perforated pattern's level of difficulty (hole size versus material thickness, margins), tolerances and the quantity ordered.