Perforated Steel Manufacturers and Companies

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  • Chicago, IL 800-621-0273

    Accurate Perforating is a one-stop shop for complete perforated metal solutions. We can perforate, fabricate and finish almost any metal for almost any use. Whether you need perforated aluminum, carbon steel, galvanized, stainless steel, or copper; in perforated sheets, coils, parts or finished components; or architectural metal, decorative metal, railings, facades or sunscreens — with the widest range of thickness, hole size or pattern — we’re the perforated sheet manufacturer you can trust.

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  • Tamaqua, PA 888-218-2260

    Here at Remaly Manufacturing Company, Inc. we aim to exceed your expectations. Our teams utilize the most efficient manufacturing processes and we strive to provide you with the highest quality solutions. All of our products are pre-tested and we work with you to determine the best perforated metals for your applications.

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  • Carbondale, PA 800-225-7373

    We are metal perforators with capabilities to produce unlimited patterns from standard to intricate configurations in round, square, oval and rectangular shapes. We perforate a variety of materials delivered in sheets or coils to a variety of industrial, architectural and commercial applications. Our multiple secondary operations, from fabrication to surface finishing, can eliminate labor, time, and provide cost-savings for your completed assembly.

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  • Oakwood Village, OH 800-492-7304

    Our perforated metals are highly sought after and our customers are continuously satisfied with the products they receive. We provide immediate national and international delivery services. Our company is flexible and willing to work on your timetable. If you would like more information then please call us today! Our engineers are ready to tackle your projects!

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Perforated Steel

Perforated steel products are steel sheets that have been subject to a perforation process. Perforation is the process of punching or stamping holes or other shapes into a material in a pattern or in sequence. Stainless steel manufacturers provide excellent raw material for the creation of perforated metal screens, perforated tubes, and a wide variety of other perforated shapes.

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Applications of Perforated Steel

Steel can be easily punched with shapes, but, once punched, it remains strong and durable; it can still be capable of resisting impact even when punched with many holes or other shapes. This strength and durability makes steel a good raw material for the fabrication of perforated exhaust channels, ceiling panels, and even floor grating. There is some fluidity in the distinction between perforated panels and gratings; panels with fewer punchings generally qualify as gratings while a high number of punchings, particularly small punchings, will generally qualify as perforation. Whatever the distinction, punched steel is an excellent drain cover and floor paneling material because of its strength and resistance to corrosion. It can also be used in vents, filters, architectural components, and in many other applications.

Manufacturing Process of Perforated Steel

Metal perforation is a popular metalworking process because of its relative simplicity and low cost. The process involves a metal sheet and a roller or retractable puncher fitted with appropriately-shaped and spaced punching teeth or spikes. The metal is then forced under or over the punching surface, which punches the holes or other shapes into the material.

Benefits of Using Perforated Steel

One immense benefit of using perforated steel is that the metal perforation process is highly customizable. Every variable, such as perforation size, perforation spacing, and perforation volume, can be easily determined at the outset of the metal perforation process. Metalworking operations that offer metal perforation services often work with their customers in the creation of custom perforation shapes and sizes. Otherwise, such metalworking operations usually offer stock configurations and produce them in large volumes. Because perforated steel tubes and sheets are so widely used, they are often fabricated in stock quantities and sold in bulk to manufacturers that include them in their own products. The possibilities for perforated steel products are limited only by the imaginations of their designers. Additionally, on top of the benefits listed above, steel is also highly recyclable; some steel industry estimates report that 42.3% of new steel produced in the world comes from recycled steel. This makes perforated steel a cost-effective and environmentally friendly option!

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Celebrating the Industry Innovations with Hendrick Manufacturing

Hendrick Manufacturing conducted tours through their building, showcasing each phase of the process. Hendrick Manufacturing was founded in 1876 by its namesake Eli Hendrick, who was a pioneer in creating Galena oil, a kerosene used in railway lighting and Plumboleum, a lubricant used in the auto industry for many years. Eli Hendrick's goal to replace the standard canvas and wire filters with perforated metal sheets started the company with its first metal punching machines. The company still uses a number of high powered metal punching machines today, some retrofitted with... Read More About This