We are proficient at collaborating on perforated projects for interior and exterior architectural applications. We excel at manufacturing perforated components like sun shades, facades/cladding, in-fill panels, privacy panels, and ceilings.
Custom speaker grilles require high open area patterns. We work in partnership with audio engineers to create designs that meet exacting criteria, are durable in many demanding outdoor applications and are pleasing to the eye.
For server cabinets and many other types of electronic applications, the patterns are unique, and built to exacting specifications and flatness. They provide shielding from electronic interference, and sufficient cooling for components.
Our perforated metal is used for cartridges and baskets in many kinds of applications. With air, water, and oil filtration, perforated metal is used to support the filtration media while under intense pressure. In addition, perforated metal is used in air filtration applications to reduce air flow noise.
Our perforated metal is used in shelving and display racks at places everyone visits every day. Home Depot®, Sears, Target, and Blockbuster Video are just a few of the retail outlets where our products are used.
Perforated is an excellent material for fencing as it offers superior strength and security yet allows air and light to flow through. You can easily adjust the perforation pattern to get desired look and the perfect open area.
Perforated metal is formed and installed in many places to provide a unique design and aid in noise abatement. We’ve collaborated with designers on airport ceilings, office buildings, concert halls, swimming pools, gyms, even subways.
We provide perforated, fabricated, and finished acoustical panels for generator enclosures, recording studios, concert halls, duct silencers, ceilings, power plants flue silencers, aircraft run-up silencers, and much more.
Beyond providing unlimited design possibilities, perforated metal is an ideal material in lighting fixtures to influence the amount of light that is allowed to flow from the fixture. Perforated metal is also utilized in the fixture housing as a means of ventilation.