Accurate Perforating specializes in perforated metal, perforated metal sheets, perforated metal coils, and perforated metal panels. The materials we work with are listed below:
• Perforated Carbon Steel — This material is excellent for wear resistance, is strong relative to many other options, yet is very economical. It is a very common perforated material and is used in countless applications.
• Perforated Stainless Steel — Customers like this option because of its resistance to corrosion. It also has many of the strengths of carbon steel. As a perforated material, stainless steel can be perfect for applications of all kinds, both indoor and outdoor.
• Perforated Copper — Copper is popular as a decorative and functional material for perforated metal projects because it is malleable, easy to work with and non-magnetic. It is common to find perforated copper used as a decorative feature in a building project.
• Perforated Aluminum — For many perforated metal projects, aluminum is an ideal material. It is sturdy, resistant to corrosion and lighter than many other metals. For outdoor and indoor applications, perforated aluminum can be the perfect option.
• Nickel Alloys — Nickel has long been used as a building material because of its corrosion resistance properties. It is also very strong in extreme high and low temperatures. From stairs to machinery to building facades, perforated nickel alloys can be perfect for a wide range of applications.
• Galvanized Steel — By itself, steel can rust, limiting its usefulness as a building material for outdoor use. However, galvanized steel has a solid zinc coating, which helps it stand up to corrosive elements. Perforated galvanized steel is an excellent option for indoor and outdoor use.
• Composites — Perforated composite materials are increasingly common because the user can combine various materials to form panels that have all the right properties. Notably, composites are strong, lightweight, resistant to corrosion and can actually cost less.
• Brass — For perforated metal projects, brass can be an excellent option. It is an alloy of copper and zinc, meaning it has the unique properties of being malleable and corrosion-resistant in harsh environments. Additionally, the unique appearance of brass can make it a great choice for decorative panels.
• Prepainted Materials — Save time and trouble with prepainted materials that are ready for any perforation project. By prepainting, the materials can be weather-resistant and can fit the visual needs of any project. Accurate Perforating also finishes components after the perforating and forming processes.
• Iron — Iron is one of the oldest and most reliable building materials in existence. It is easy to work with and is very strong, making it ideal for many applications that require perforation.
• Plastics — From decorative to functional applications, different types of plastics can provide endless options. When used as a perforated material, plastic can meet all kinds of project specifications.
We work with materials up to 3/8”” thick and 60” wide, standard. Under special circumstances, we can perforate metal and other materials up to 1” thick and up to 72” wide in sheet or coil.
If you don’t see the material you need listed here, please contact us to find out how we can address your needs.