UseScreens, interior or exterior stairways, custom sunshades, window overlay for light control, privacy and decorative design, feature walls, walkways, rain screen facades
Characteristicscustom design, versatile, privacy, solar control, color match
SizesPanel sizes: Max 54” (allowing 3” on each side for flanges) for folded panels or up to 59” for sheared edge | Gauges: .063” - .25”
Custom perforated panels add a unique touch to any project with so many possibilities in patterns, shapes, colors, and design. Perforated metal screens are particularly suitable for use in parking garages, hospitals, universities, hotels, resorts, and casinos, and more. Perforated metal panels are recommended for screens, interior or exterior stairways, custom sunshades, window overlay for light control, privacy and decorative design, feature walls, walkways, rain screen facades. With American Metalcrafts' state of the art technology and equipment, they offer a variety of perforated looks and can create a custom look to make any project stand out.
With American Metalcraft's in-house sister company, Finishing Dynamics as an approved applicator for Sherwin Williams, Akzo Nobel, PPG and Valspar (now Sherwin Williams) architects, and designers have almost limitless color options and the highest quality PVDF finishes available. If the design calls for additional products such as rain screens, sunshades, brake metal, spandrel panels, ornamental metal, and more – American Metalcraft can fabricate and finish those as well. Having aluminum products manufactured and painted in the same facility ensures that the color deltas are consistent for the entire job and the quality controls are of the highest standards from start to finish. American Metalcraft is a WOSB certified manufacture.
- Size and gauge will depend on engineering criteria and wind loads.
- Holes cannot be smaller than the material thickness. The material between each hole can’t be less than material thickness.
- When considering percentage open versus borders – talk to American Metalcraft about their design-assist services.