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Perforated Coils in Wisconsin

What are
Perforated Metal Coils?

Branko is the name to know for perforated coils in Wisconsin. Perforated coils facilitate handling, which speeds up production and makes them the perfect form for OEMs with automated production operations. Wisconsin-based Branko perforates metal coils in many different materials, including carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and copper. We can supply fully perforated or paneled sections in widths to 60″ and thicknesses up to 16 gauge. No matter what the job or the perforated metal that is needed, Branko Perforating is the business most trusted by Wisconsin businesses.

In Wisconsin, perforated coils are one of the most common ways that perforated metals are manufactured and delivered. They are widely considered to be a smart and economical means for handling perforated metal because the material is tightly wound into compact coils, which make it easier for transport and assembly.

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Common Uses for Perforated Coils in Wisconsin

At Branko, we have no peers when it comes to quality, service, and cost-effectiveness. Perforated coils are easy to work with, which has given way for architects and designers to find innovative ways to incorporate them into their work. Here are some common ways to use perforated metal coils:

Natural Light & Shade

Perforated metal is an excellent way to control light. It can be used as a screen against direct light to provide a softer natural light, reducing energy use.

Visual Elements

In addition to functional uses, perforated metal can add depth and aesthetics to any design. It can stand alone as artwork or it can complement ceilings, walls, staircases, and other structures.

Ventilation

For buildings and machinery, perforated metal allows for better airflow. In a building, that means more comfort for employees and clients. For machinery, that can mean cooler and safer operations.

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