Perforated Brass Basics
Brass is a highly sought-after building material that has been used for generations. It is an alloy of copper and zinc, and the formula can be tweaked to enhance specific properties. Adjustments can be made to strengthen the material, increase hardness, improve corrosion resistance and/or change the color, making it a very versatile metal alloy.
Brass can be easily perforated in rows. A perforated brass sheet allows limited light into the building while still providing excellent ventilation. It also gives any structure an added element of depth.
Characteristics of Perforated Brass
- Visually impressive
- Gold-like appearance is aesthetically appealing
- Strong corrosion-resistant properties
- Ideal for both functional and aesthetic purposes
- Slightly more malleable than many materials
- Strong, but not ideal as a weight-bearing material
Perforated Brass Applications
- Decorative applications such as facades
- Privacy screening or shading
- Sound control applications
- Allows ideal amount of airflow
Options for Perforated Brass
Accurate Perforating offers a wide range of options for all of its building materials, including perforated brass. Customers can request different perforation sizes and configurations. Various hole shapes are available so your product or building can feature a unique look. Upon request, we also can provide decorative patterns for your perforated brass panels. When it comes to your project, you want options that are perfectly suited to your application — and Accurate Perforating can help you achieve the right style.