Perforated Metals Mesh with stainless steel material for architectural facades to buildings
Qijie Metal Mesh offers an extensive range of perforated metals such as stainless steel, aluminium, mild steel etc: Select from over two hundred and fifty types of perforated metal held in stock, in standard sheets up to 3.0 mm in thickness, from hole sizes 0.5mm to 20mm. Mild Steel, Galvanised Steel, Stainless Steel Type 304 & 316 and Aluminium, are all standard lines. Cut pieces and custom fabricated products are also available.
Perforation types are round holes, square holes, decorative, slotted holes and special patterns.
In addition we can offer custom perforated metal to your specifications.
We only stock and sell premium quality, European made, burr free and flat sheets – In addition to our stock range we are also able to source and produce perforated metal products in sheet form, roll form, strips, shapes etc to suit your requirements – please contact us to get an obligation free quotation.
Perforated Metal Products are commonly used in the following industries:
Perforated metal mesh is our speciality. We are experts in understanding perforated patterns and their unique capabilities.
We can advise you on exactly the right perforated metal for your project, fabricating, finishing and delivering it within your budget to even the tightest timescales. We have many popular shapes and sizes in-stock ready-to-ship, with others manufactured to order.
Whether you are using perforated metal for energy-saving benefits, sound control, lighting effects or aesthetic appearance, you can rely on our expertise to achieve the results you need. Our specialised tooling process, extensive tool range and state-of-the-art punching machines can be configured to offer thousands of different panel patterns. Materials used include stainless steel, mild steel, pre-galvanised steel, galvanneal and aluminium.
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Qijie manufacturers perforated metal products combining design creativity with strength, precision, versatility and functionality. Facades, balustrades, false ceilings and the use of perforated screens for decoration are just some of the examples of use for perforated metalwork. The characteristics of perforated metal can assist to create just the right setting for the facade, the lobby or any part of the structure that utilises perforated sheet. It allows the determination of the desired amount of light coming into the building, creating separate working spaces without giving a closed-in feeling and, using the right open area, has significant acoustic qualities. It also has energy efficiency application for control of solar heat gain and air conditioning reduction.
Naturally, behind the scenes, the use of perforated metal is extensive as well, with gates, barriers and screening helping to make buildings a safe and pleasant working environment. Qijie offers a wide range of standard as well as customised perforated metal sheets in steel, stainless steel, galvanised steel, aluminium, copper, brass and many other materials. Qijie Perforated products are extensively used in engineering, building, architecture and landscape situations.
Qijie are able to create perforated pictures from abstract designs, a company or brand logo or even a photograph — anything you can imagine. Perforated pictures are created by punching different sized holes into metal to represent the various different shades within the image. Detail in the perforated image is determined by the size and spacing of the holes in relation to the surface area.
Images can be made to fit an individual panel, or can be perforated for an image over a larger area made up of a number of panels. This can produce building cladding or plant screening to spectacular and very individual effect. When back-lit, either by natural light, or by diffused LED lighting, panels take on a whole new life, transforming the environment where they are displayed. Used to add unique, durable image-based facades to new and existing structures or providing a sunscreen to reduce energy consumption. This exciting new technology can be applied to a range of different materials and finishes for both interior and exterior applications.
The nature of the precision manufacturing processes used in metal perforation enables complex designs to be accurately rendered within perforated facades. This allows the incorporation of geometric shapes, graphic designs and perforated representation of photographic images. This may be used for dramatic effect or to reflect a design theme, an aspect of a building’s use or its surrounding environment. In some cases, the perforated material performs the supplementary function of solar shading; in other applications, reducing solar gain may be its primary purpose.