Common uses for perforated copper include building façades, where the look of copper that will patina over time is desired. It can also be used in a variety of decorative interior applications, and is commonly used to provide EMI and RFI shielding for sensitive electronics.
The above photo is a corrugated perforated copper facade for the Illinois State Emergency Center in Springfield IL that is detailed in our case study section.
Perforated copper is often left unfinished, and when exposed to the weather it eventually forms a highly corrosion resistant outer surface of copper carbonate with a characteristic green color. It can also be coated with a wide variety of finishes to suit the application. Perforated copper can be created from recycled materials, and is itself 100 percent recyclable. With a virtually unlimited lifespan, perforated copper a highly sustainable choice.
We perforate copper in thicknesses ranging from 24 gauge up to 1/2", in custom coils, sheets, blanks and even complete components fabricated and finished to your specifications. Thousands of different hole patterns are available, including standard and custom options.
Call us today or request a quote directly from this site. A professional OEM or Architectural Estimator will be glad to help you with any of your perforated copper requirements.