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|Material:||Stainless Steel||Name:||Perforated Metal Screen Sheet|
|Hole Type:||Rould Hole||Thickness:||2mm|
|Key Word:||Cold Rolled Stainless Steel Sheet /stainless Steel Plate||Length:||2000,2438,2500,3000,6000mm, Or As Your Requirements|
2mm Perforated Metal Mesh,
Perforated Metal Mesh Galvanized,
Perforated Metal Screen Sheet Galvanized
Galvanized Perforated Metal Mesh Speaker Grille Perforated Sheet Metal punching
Stainless steel plate, aluminum plate, galvanized plate.
Spray, polishing, oxidation treatment, galvanized, etc.
Product Punching shape:
Square, rectangular, round, diamond, oblong, hexagon or special.
1. High quality smooth surface.
2. Easy to process and install, good sound absorption.
3. Durable and long service life.
4. Attractive appearance and wide range of thickness available.
Perforated Brass — The Basics
Brass is a highly sought building material that has been used for generations. It is an alloy of copper and zinc, and the formula can be tweaked to enhance specific properties. Adjustments can be made to strengthen the material, increase hardness, improve corrosion resistance, and/or change the color, making it a very versatile metal alloy. Brass can be easily perforated in rows. A perforated brass sheet thus allows in limited light while still providing excellent ventilation. It also gives any structure an added element of depth.
At our company, we are experts in perforated metals, and we know how to work with brass to create the perfect panels for you.
The Benefits of Selecting Perforated Brass
Perforated brass sheet metal is one of the most visually impressive build materials, and it also is highly regarded for its strong corrosion-resistant properties. At DONGJIE Perforating Company, we specialize in manufacturing perforated sheet metal panels for projects of all kinds. From brass to steel, we have perfected our products for use in countless industries. Brass perforated sheet metal is an ideal building material for both functional and aesthetic purposes, and we can supply the perfect material for any application.
Applications for Perforated Brass
Perforated brass can be used in a great variety of applications. It is slightly more malleable than many materials. While it’s strong, it might not be ideal as a weight-bearing material. Its gold-like appearance makes it more aesthetically appealing than many materials, making it perfect for decorative applications, such as building facades. Perforated brass is an excellent option for providing privacy screening or shading. It also is useful for controlling sound while allowing the ideal amount of airflow.
The experts at our company understand the ins and outs of perforated brass, including its strengths and weaknesses. Our team can help you with your project by helping you find the perfect building material.
The beauty of perforated metal is that its indoor and outdoor applications are seemingly endless. Perforated galvanized steel, also known as perforated galvanized metal, is an ideal material for tough environments because it holds up against corrosion and it’s economical. At our company, we specialize in a wide range of perforated metal materials, including perforated galvanized steel sheet metal. Below,
Galvanized Steel vs. Other Perforated Materials
Each kind of metal we perforate has unique benefits. For galvanized steel, it’s strength and resistance to corrosion. Steel by itself is an excellent building material because of its capacity for strength. Yet if it is not galvanized, steel is prone to rusting. That limits its functionality in outdoor applications. To address that problem, steel can be galvanized by adding a solid zinc coating that effectively blocks corrosive elements such as moisture. In short, perforated galvanized steel sheet metal takes the strength of raw steel while increasing where and how you put it to use.
Almost no other metal is more time-tested than iron. Perforated iron, also known as carbon steel, couples the trusted strength of iron with modern applications. At our company, we work with the highest-quality metals to bring you panels perfect for any application. Read on to learn more about the importance of high-quality iron perforated sheet metal,
Tough, Durable Perforated Iron Sheet Metal
There’s a good reason why iron has been the preference of metalworkers for ages. It is an incredibly strong, easy-to-work-with metal. Because of its strength, manufacturers value it in perforated sheets. It is malleable enough to punch and shape for virtually any perforated metal application.
Perforated Stainless Steel
Quality perforated stainless steel can be used in several applications, as it is strong, resistant to corrosion, and visually attractive. We make it our mission to adhere to the highest standards of perforated metal of all kinds. Below, read more about our services in perforated stainless steel and the wide range of applications ideal for stainless steel.
What Makes Perforated Stainless Steel Unique?
Perforated stainless steel sheet metal is a common material for functional and decorative structures. Its properties make it ideal for several reasons: notably, its resistance to corrosion and rust. It provides excellent corrosion resistance when left unfinished, or it can be finished with a variety of coatings to customize its appearance and further increase its longevity.
Perforated stainless sheet metal is also highly regarded as a sustainable, re-usable resource. This material can be produced from recycled material and lasts for generations. Perforated stainless steel can also be completely recycled when it is deemed no longer useful for its existing purpose.
From outdoor decorations and sun shades to stairs and machinery, stainless steel perforated sheet metal can be used for endless purposes.
Perforated stainless steel is used in air diffusers for the HVAC market, acoustical panels for noise control, support for water filtration media, and architectural elements in building construction. These are just a few of the countless applications for perforated stainless steel.
Perforated metal can complement any structure and add a visually stunning element to interiors and exteriors alike. Perforated aluminum is an excellent option for designs of all types. Read on to find out why.
The Benefits of Quality Perforated Aluminum
Perforated aluminum sheet metal is a popular option, both for functional and aesthetic reasons. Aluminum is very versatile. Compared with many other metals, it is naturally lightweight and easy to work with. It is highly resistant to corrosion, making it ideal for indoor and outdoor applications. Most importantly, aluminum is a cost-efficient material that is well worth the investment.
How Does Perforated Plastic Compare With Perforated Metal?
Perforated plastic can be used much like its metal counterpart. It is made via a pressing process that can create panels in varying thickness and perforation style. The end product is a perforated panel that, at a glance, is identical to a perforated metal panel.
Why would you opt for a plastic alternative? Generally speaking, plastic panels are better suited for applications that require lighter panels. For that same reason, plastic panels typically are less able to bear the same weight as metal.
Here are a few key benefits of perforated plastic panels that make it an excellent option for your design:
- Plastic is lighter. It can be easier to install and puts less strain on the rest of your design.
- Plastic is less expensive. Plastic panels can help you keep within a tighter budget.
- Plastic is chemical resistant. Some harsh environments, such as factories and storage, might expose your structure to corrosive chemicals. Perforated plastic holds up very well in these conditions.
- Plastic is corrosion resistant. Unlike many metals, such as aluminum and stainless steel, plastic will not rust or corrode.
Applications for Perforated Plastic
From traditional perforated panels to perforated plastic pipe, plastic has long been a staple in design. Here are a few common applications:
- Machinery. Perforated plastic and perforated plastic tubing with a high melting point are perfect for machinery and filtration.
- Ventilation. Like with perforated metal, perforated plastic is excellent for enhancing airflow and promoting better ventilation. Additionally, for cooling a building, plastic panels allow airflow while not getting hot themselves from natural sunlight.
- Lighting. Perforated plastic gives you more control over the use of natural light in your facility.
- Aesthetics. One of the key advantages of perforated plastic is that you can customize it. The right design can take full advantage of the functional benefits of perforated plastic while adding an impressive visual element to any design.
We supply a wide range of interior and exterior finishes, such as anodizing, plating, painting, powder coating and more.
Anodizing is an electrolytic process used to increase the thickness of the oxidation that naturally forms on the surface of many metals. Typically used with aluminum, anodizing takes advantage of the inherent properties of aluminum oxide to create a hard, corrosion-resistant surface. Anodized aluminum has an attractive metallic sheen, and can be either clear or dyed in various colors.
Clear Coat (Anodizing)
Clear Anodizing is a process that creates a thin layer of aluminum oxide coating on aluminum metal without the use of dyes or pigments.
E-coating is an electropainting or electrophoretic lacquering process to deposit a paint or lacquer coating.
The most common galvanizing method is electrochemical deposition of the zinc alloy. Because this process creates a relatively thin layer of galvanization, painting is generally recommended for outdoor applications to provide the best corrosion resistance.
The part is passed through a molten zinc bath, providing a much thicker coating of zinc at a somewhat higher cost compared to electrogalv. Hot-dip galvanization produces a characteristic crystallization pattern or “spangle” on the surface.
Galvanized steel that is dipped in a phosphate bath for additional corrosion protection and to improve paint adhesion.
Plating refers to a number of processes for depositing a coat of one type of metal on the surface of another. Plating materials can be chosen for their beauty, corrosion resistance, hardness and a variety of other purposes. Examples include gold, silver, chrome, zinc, tin, cadmium and many others. Plating techniques also vary, and include both electroplating and electroless methods. Contact us to discuss the right plating material and method for your project.
Powder Coating is an electrostatic process for applying a dry, powdered material such as polyester, polyurethane or epoxy. The piece is then heat-cured to flow the material together and create the final finish. Powder coating is generally thicker and more durable than paint, although the cost can be somewhat higher depending on the project. A broad selection of colors is available.
Large sheets and coils, corrugated pieces, finished components and even special designs – Perforating can apply virtually any finish to perforated part, as long as we determine that the finish is appropriate for the material. Contact us to discuss your finishing ideas and questions.
Packaging & Shipping
|Packaging||Plastic film then pallet or according to the customer's requirments.|
|Shipping||15days for 1X20ft container,20days for 1X40HQ container.|
Contact Person: Mr. Devin Wang