Introduction of Perforated Metal Mesh
Perforated metal mesh is extremely versatile and lightweight. The most common applications include: screens, diffusers, guards, filters, vents and more. We can perforate most any metal, plastic or rubber material with round, square, slotted, decorative or architectural holes.
|Perforated Metal Mesh|
|Material||Mild Steel, Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Galvanized steel, other metals and materials|
|Surface Finishes||hot-dip, galvanizing, anodizing, enameling, power coating, painting, etc|
|Applications||building cladding, facades, decorative false-ceilings, balustrades, balcony panels, arcades and sunbreakers, windows blinds, gates, fences, screens, grates, safety covering, grates etc.|
Types of Perforation
|Rv round holes staggered pitch||Rpg round holes deep square pitch||Lv slot holes staggered pitch|
|Rg round holes square pitch||Qg square holes square pitch||Lg slot holes square pitch|
|Rpv round holes deep staggered pitch||Qv square holes staggered pitch||Ss decorative holes|
One of the most popular perforation options. Ventilation and decoration are some of its most common uses. You can choose from many sizes and patterns of holes.
A good option when a greater open area is required in a project. This translates to greater ventilation and lighter weight. Many square sizes and pattern layouts.
Provides greater ventilation than round perforation and is better suited for decorative use than square perforation. Many slot sizes and pattern layouts are available by special order.
Ideal for many architectural applications that require an aesthetic appeal. Many decora-tive styles, extremely versatile and lightweight. Some architectural applications include: sunscreens, ceiling panels, exterior cladding or any application requiring a decorative look.
A perforated metal accessory that is a u-shaped strip attached to the edge of a perforated metal sheet to make the edges more attractive and safer. In carbon or stainless steel, aluminum and galvanized.
|Sheet Metal Thickness||Metal Sheet Format|
|Stainless Steel||max 12mm||Small format||1000 x 2000 mm (w x l)|
|Stainless Steel||max 8mm||Medium format||1250 x 2500 mm (w x l)|
Non-ferrous metals can be perforated
after testing on a sample.
|Large format||1500 x 3000 mm (w x l)|
|It is possible to modify the size of the format according to your wishes or drawing sent to us.|
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. Durablew and long service life.
4. Attractive appearance and wide range of thickness available.
China factory customized perforated sheet metal mesh discounted price
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 – Accurate 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.|