MAGNUS GROUP PERFORATED PLATE

PERFORATED PLATE DESCRIPTION

Perforated Plate is very versatile. From lightweight decorative elements to load-bearing structural components, perforated plate offers unique opportunities to combine strength, functionality and beauty.

Perforated Plate can be supplied in Mild Steel, Galvanised, 3cr12, Stainless Steel and Aluminium.

The Magnus Group’s Perforated Plate is a brilliant source of achieving sustainable design objectives.

MAGNUS PERFORATED PLATE IS CONCERNED ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENT

  • Studies show that buildings which use Perforated Plate in front of their façade can bring in 29% energy savings (HVAC and Lighting Estimated Consumption in One Year) and in the second study 45% energy savings.
  • Depending on the location of the building (intensity of the external sun), solar irradiation can be decreased by 77.9%
  • Perforated Plate needs very limited maintenance and cleaning, and therefore saving on detergents, water and energy
  • Perforated Plate is long lasting and does not need to be replaced for years which will save on financial costs.
  • By choosing the correct material, Perforated Plate can be used in every location.
  • Perforated Plate is punched and the metal removed from the sheets are recuperated and recycled.

BENEFITS OF PERFORATED PLATE

Acoustic Performance | Weight Reduction | Radiation Containment | Separation | Heat Dissipation | Transparency

APPLICATIONS FOR PERFORATED PLATE

Noise Control | Interior Design | Heating | Ventilation | Air Conditioning | Security Ceilings | Sunscreens | In-Fill Panels | Furnishings | Architectural | Screening | Fencing | Automotive | Interior Design

TECHNICAL TERMS FOR PERFORATED PLATE

HOLE CENTRE:
This is the distance from the centre of one hole to the centre of the nearest hole in the adjoining row.
STAGGERED HOLE:
Perforated holes are aligned in staggered or nested orientation. This type of Perforation provides the highest open area
STRAIGHT HOLE:
Perforated holes are aligned in straight rows and columns
UNFINISHED HOLE:
The end perforation pattern is not solid and appears rough and incomplete at the end of the sheet
MARGINS:
Margins are the blank (un-perforated) area along the edges of the sheet.

HOW TO ORDER MAGNUS PERFORATED PLATE

  1. Aperture Size and Shape
  2. Pitch
  3. Material Thickness
  4. Type of Material
  5. Special Margins
  6. Length and Width of Plate

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