This perforation process can produce a metal that has been punched or stamped with a machine
to create a pattern of holes. Perforated plates are widely used in contemporary architecture as
they lend themselves to creative and unique designs. Apart from this, it also holds a number of
benefits such as noise and weight reduction, air control, filtration, as a decorative finish, or simply
for anti-skid flooring. It is also commonly used in sorting, facades, ceilings, lamps, shelves,
shielding, stairs, and many other applications.
The process of metal perforation has been done manually and mechanically for over 150 years. Perforated sheets were originally used as a means of separating coal for the mining industry back in the 19th century. The initial process was done manually. However, this was proven inefficient. Over the years, the method of punching individual holes into metal sheets has involved modern technology
The most common method of base plate perforation uses a rotary pinned perforation roller. In this process, the sheet is run across the machine’s cylinder as the sharp needles punch holes on the rotating sheet. Another efficient way is called the “die and punch perforating” which uses a punch press and a die to create a hole via shearing. Laser perforation, on the other hand, is the most expensive but most advanced method. This proves efficient in achieving a higher level of precision and control over the hole sizes and patterns
Whether it be for functional or decorative purposes, Regan Industrial’s perforation services are the first choice in plate perforation services. With advanced production technology and cutting edge equipment, our company has been one of the most reliable service providers in base plate perforation in the Philippines.
Our modern and well-equipped tooling section can produce cost-effective solutions, enabling us to supply perforated products exactly to your request and specifications.