Locker Perforated metal sheets are a crucial element of our architectural range, bringing an aesthetic flair to otherwise dull structural facades and screens. We offer a diverse range of metal bases with customized perforations to suit your specific needs. This ensures that you receive a product that fits your requirements perfectly and creates a bold statement in any application.
Perforated metal sheets are produced by utilizing small perforations to create stunning architectural designs. Locker offers a wide range of options, such as hole size, shape, and pattern, that are customized to meet your specifications. With our three-dimensional profiles like Pic Perf Directions, you can add borders, folds, or notches to your bespoke metal sheet shapes according to your unique requirements.
Our vast library of tools allows you to create unique patterns and designs that are truly one-of-a-kind. You can 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 maximize airflow and enhance natural lighting, while also providing protection from harsh weather conditions. These architectural products can be used as a striking facade or as paneling and screening for both internal and external applications.
Our clients across Australia have already discovered a variety of innovative ways to use perforated metal sheets to achieve their architectural design goals. Locker can perforate almost any material, including stainless steel, aluminum, and other metals. We also offer a range of coating treatments such as anodizing, powder coating, and electroplating to suit your needs and project conditions. Talk to your sales consultant about your objectives, and we’ll help you achieve your brief.
To better illustrate the benefits and applications of perforated metal, we have case studies and examples of previous projects where perforated metal was utilized. These case studies include photos and information about the specific perforated metal design used and how it contributed to the overall architectural design.