Perforated metal tubing is a tube with holes or slits pierced through the wall to permit liquids or air (gasses) to enter or exit the cylinder. Filter applications such as oil filters are the most common for this type of piping, even though they are regularly used for underground drainage. Furthermore, muffler manufacturers regularly utilize perforated tubes when they need to diminish engine noises and filter exhaust gasses. Pierced piping comes in a variety of patterns, different styles of perforations, and also different seams.
Punctured pipe can be found in many different avenues of the industrial world, such as the before-mentioned automotive industry, the oil industry, architectural designs, the chemical industry, and even NASA. This product has a wide range of applications.
Types Of Steel
Perforated metal tubing can be made in steel, stainless steel, titanium, tin, brass, aluminum and even some exotic metals such as Hastelloy, which maintains its properties in extreme heat and resists oxidation, and Monel, which is made of nickel and copper, along with trace amounts of iron, manganese, carbon, and silicon. Stronger than nickel, this alloy is resistant to corrosion by many agents, including rapidly flowing seawater.
One of the lesser-known uses of this product is in electromagnetic shielding, which is the practice of decreasing the electromagnetic field in a space by blocking the field with obstructions made of conductive or magnetic materials. This shielding is typically applied to enclosures to isolate electrical devices from the "outside world", and to isolate cables from the environment through which the cable runs. This shielding blocks radio frequency electromagnetic radiation, also known as RF shielding.
The principal metal used in this product is typically rated at ISO 9000. The International Organization for Standardization sponsors worldwide copyrighted, industrialized, and commercial standards. This is a quality supervision system intended to help organizations guarantee that they meet the desires of consumers and others while meeting statutory and regulatory prerequisites associated with a product.
Steel can be finished in a number of ways, from plating in different finishes to powder coating, which can be done in different colors. Also, electro-polishing leaves your steel pipe with a high-quality, durable finish.
Realistically, there are so many finishing options for steel that you could spend hours trying to decide which finish you would prefer, especially if you are into architectural design, and also for the artist who works with steel.
As you can see, perforated metal tubing is used in so many applications it is not possible to list them all here. If this is your first time checking out this product, it would be in your best interest to contact your local dealer and see all the different ways they can be of service to you. You might find that they can give you some great ideas on how to utilize this product in your business ventures.