2020 Hot Sale AA1050 Material Aluminum Engraving perforated sheet
- Material: carbon steel, stainless steel, galvanized steel, aluminum, aluminum alloy, copper, brass, bronze, etc.
- Hole shape: round, oval, square, rectangular, triangle, diamond, conical, hexagon, cross, slotted, fish-scale hole, flower-shape, or be customized.
- Hole diameter: 1.5-20 mm.
- Thickness: 0.5-10.0 mm.
- Surface treatment: galvanized, PVC coated, powder coated, polished, anodized, etc.
- Stable structure and not deformation.
- Smooth surface and uniform holes.
- Light diffusion and good ventilation.
- Protecting and decorative effects.
- Corrosion resistance and rust resistance.
- Available with multiple hole shapes.
- Can be spray paint or polished.
- Good sound insulation effect.
- Durability and flexibility.
Perforated metal sheet is widely used in chemical industry, paper making, craft making, equipment for making medicine, food machine, beverage machine, dry cleaning machine, hydraulic fittings, etc.
- Filtration: can be further processed into perforated filter disc, perforated filter elements for gas, oil and liquid filtration.
- Transportation facilities: as noise control barrier of the expressway, railway, subway and other transportation municipal facilities.
- Kitchen hardware: fruit basket, food cover, fruit bowl, etc.
- Electric industries: dust cover of any electric products.
- Construction and ornament: window screen, space divider, wall decoration, door curtain, shop exhibition stands, building facade, column cladding, mobile partitions, craft projects, etc.
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.