perforated metal

perforated metal

[′pər·fə‚rād·əd ′med·əl]
(materials)
Sheet metal with round, square, diamond, or rectangular perforations; used for screens and for construction.

perforated metal

Sheet metal usually having a regular pattern of perforations; available in many designs.
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Ferguson manufactures highly engineered and complex perforated metal parts, providing product extension for Reliance.
27 m 2 perforated metal wall with door, - 2 pieces supporting steel construction for disposal stations, base per lxwxh approx.
The lobby flooring is natural wood, complimented by large-scale, vertical, perforated metal accent panels dividing the reception from the showroom space.
The pattern on the backlit, perforated metal panels that cover the proscenium and balustrades channels an opera house by way of political-rally bunting.
Also, 283 curved perforated metal acoustic panels, with more than 12 million perforations in them, have been fitted to the outside of the auditorium to provide the best possible sound quality within the exhibition space.
The rear facade facing the historic downtown features articulated brick and punched vertical windows, and the south and west sides have curtainwall glass, natural stone, perforated metal sunscreens, and aluminum and zinc cladding.
s ACOUSTICAL PANELS feature a deep-textured, perforated metal that meets the demands of acoustics and enhances visual interest.
In the days after the killing, crystal meth addict Brizzi was caught on CCTV buying buckets, a perforated metal sheet and cleaning products from a DIY store.
Four days later Brizzi spent PS140 on three saws, a sheet of perforated metal allegedly used as a grater, three large plastic buckets and cleaning products, the court heard.
The entrance makes a statement with its geometric ceiling in perforated metal.