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Perforated and Expanded Metals - June 2015

Perforated and expanded metals featured in Metal Architecture's June 2015 issue.

CRL-U.S. Aluminum's EPS100 Standard Perforated Panel System features custom patterns and perforation diameters and is manufactured in ISO9001:2008 certified facilities.

 

CRL-U.S. Aluminum

CRL-U.S. Aluminum's EPS100 Standard Perforated Panel System features custom patterns and perforation diameters and is manufactured in ISO9001:2008 certified facilities. EPS100 perforated panels create contemporary façades, add privacy and function as sunshades to reduce interior heat. The perforated panels are available in a variety of finishes including brushed stainless, polished stainless, non-directional and custom paint.

www.crl-arch.com

 

Metal Sales Manufacturing's 7/8-inch Corrugated Panels are available in a variety of materials including weathering steel, stainless steel, aluminum and copper.

 

Metal Sales Manufacturing Corp.

Metal Sales Manufacturing's 7/8-inch Corrugated Panels are available in a variety of materials including weathering steel, stainless steel, aluminum and copper. The panels may be perforated and produced with 26-, 24-, 22- or 20-gauge material. They feature 34-inch panel coverage, a direct-fastened system and are offered in multiple finishes including MS Colorfast45, PVDF (Kynar 500) and Acrylic Coated Galvalume. The perforated panels may be used for screens around equipment and interior screenwalls.

www.metalsales.us.com

 

McNICHOLS' perforated metal may be fabricated into canopies, and is available in a variety of materials, gauges, sizes and hole shapes including round, square, slotted, hexagonal and decorative.

 

McNICHOLS Co.

McNICHOLS' perforated metal may be fabricated into canopies, and is available in a variety of materials, gauges, sizes and hole shapes including round, square, slotted, hexagonal and decorative. One option is 0.125-gauge perforated stainless steel with 1/2-inch round holes on 11/16-inch staggered centers. The perforated metal has a 23 percent open area that makes the holes close enough to abate rain and sun, and open enough for light diffusion.

www.mcnichols.com