Locker’s perforated metal sheets are a cornerstone of our architectural range, adding a visual spark to dull structural facades and screens. Our range encompasses a huge variety of metal bases, with perforations tailored to precise client requirements. This ensures you get a product that is a perfect fit for your needs and creates a striking statement in any application.
How is perforated metal made and what are the benefits?
Perforated metal sheets are manufactured by using small perforations to create stunning architectural designs. Locker has a myriad of options available – hole size, shape and pattern are tailored to client specification and enhanced with three dimensional profiles like Pic Perf Directions. You can build borders, folds or notches into your bespoke metal sheet shapes, depending on your unique requirements.
Our vast library of tools allows you to create truly one-of-a-kind patterns and designs. Skip perforations, change the tool’s orientation or work with Locker to create a new design – the only limit to the visual potential is your imagination.
Perforated metal sheets are designed to allow for maximum airflow and enhance natural lighting, with the perforations created to encourage these while shielding interiors from strong winds or severe weather. These architectural products can be added to existing frameworks to act as a striking facade, or can be used as paneling and screening for internal or external application.
What are the uses of perforated metal?
Our clients across Australia have already found a multitude of innovative ways to use perforated metal sheets to achieve their architectural design intent. Locker can perforate almost any material, including stainless steel, aluminium and other metals. We also offer a variety of coating treatments including anodising, powder coating and electroplating, depending on your needs and the atmospheric conditions of your project. Talk to your sales consultant about your objectives and we’ll assist you in achieving your brief.
With your innovative design and our consultation, you can create a design that will make a lasting impression, with striking structures all over Australasia already using perforated metal.