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Application of Perforated Plates

The original name of the perforated plate is punching plate, which is a plate obtained by punching holes in plates of different materials.

Material: Its material includes stainless steel plate, aluminum plate, iron plate, low carbon steel plate, copper plate, etc.

Process: Different metal plates are cut to the appropriate size and punched on a CNC punching machine.

Hole pattern: It has round holes, square holes, prismatic holes, triangular holes, pentagonal star holes, oblong holes, etc., which can be customized according to customer needs.

The perforated plate is widely used in real life, mainly used to absorb noise, and can also be used as a decorative board with beautiful appearance. Some perforated plates can be made into various utensils, which are corrosion-resistant and durable. Some perforated plates can be made into kitchen supplies and are resistant to high temperatures.

With the rapid development of China's construction and decoration industry in recent years, fluorocarbon sprayed perforated aluminum plates have excellent fading resistance, corrosion resistance, strong ultraviolet resistance, strong crack resistance and the ability to withstand harsh weather environments in high-rise building curtain walls In a large number of applications. In addition, at the same time, due to its wide color selection, good metal gloss, and strong impact resistance, it is increasingly favored by interior decoration designers and is widely used in ceilings and walls of high-end interior decoration projects. The curtain wall is light in weight and strong in height. It also has the characteristics of waterproof, antifouling, fireproof, anticorrosion, good processing performance, low maintenance cost and long service life. The perforated panel curtain wall can be processed into arc and special shape, and the surface can be sprayed into various colors. Different hole patterns form various beautiful patterns on the wall, and can be combined with glass curtain walls to form different appearance shapes, making the building more noble and elegant.