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Bion Offers Perforated Metal Panels, cladding, Facade & Screen

Metal Perforating

Perforated metal has a wide range of applications due to its versatility, durability, and aesthetic appeal. Here are some common applications for perforated metal:

Architectural Cladding, Filtration, Acoustic Panels, Safety Guards, Screens and Partitions, Automotive, Transportation, Off highway vehicles, Furniture and Fixtures,Storage and Shelving, Ventilation and HVAC Systems, Light Diffusers and Agricultural Applications.

These are just a few examples of the many applications for perforated metal.

Its versatility makes it a popular choice across various industries and settings.

Quality Perforation
Designers
Audio
Audio
Food Processing
Balustrades
Ceilings
Enclosures
Metal Perforating
Lighting
Microwaves
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Yellow Goods

Who we serve

Architectural

There are hundreds of functional, economical and aesthetically satisfying uses for Bion’s perforated materials in both internal and external construction work, and we are a leading supplier of perforated materials to the architectural industry. Architectural

Audio

Bion works in partnership with leading sound-system manufacturers to produce unique customer specific designs for speaker applications. Audio

Automotive

Over the years we have been proud to have been associated with such names as Nissan and Unipart (exhaust blanks), Ford (Escort speaker grilles). Automotive

Food Processing

Bion produces flat, oil and burr-free perforated baking trays that benefit our customers by removing costs encountered from de-burring or degreasing operations. Food Processing

Balustrades

Many Architects now choose perforated metal as they offer a safe and low maintenance solution for a façade. Perforated metal also enables you to give your building its own unique character. Balustrades

Ceilings

Used in many environments, from offices and showrooms to warehouses and hospitals, Bion can perforate suspended ceiling tiles which can then be backed with acoustic fabric and solve most thermo-acoustic issues in industrial and commercial applications. Ceilings

Enclosures

Bion’s perforated metal sheets are widely used in the electronics industry for their acoustic properties, superb ventilation and market-leading aesthetics, and our knowledge and design expertise in this area is both innovative and globally acclaimed. Enclosures

Filtration

Bion supplies perforated materials for a variety of filtration applications. The perforation and open area can be specified exactly, making the perforated sheet ideal for filtering, separating or sorting. Filtration

Lighting

Bion is a leading supplier of perforated materials to the lighting sector. We allow our clients to choose from any number of innovative perforated metal designs that will run with increased efficiency and light diffusion. Lighting

Microwaves

As a leading product supplier since the early 1990s, Bion has been delivering high volumes of low-cost precision-levelled microwave door blanks, both anodised and notched, to clients within a matter of days responding to build demand fluctuations. Microwaves

Stock Sheets

We are able to provide our clients with high-quality perforated stainless steel sheet, mild steel perforated sheet, perforated aluminium, galvanised steel sheet and a host of perforated plastic products on a next-day delivery nationwide. Stock Sheets

Yellow Goods

Yellow goods refers to construction and earth moving equipment, quarrying equipment, and fork lift trucks. The term is also used to encompass agricultural equipment, such as tractors. Yellow Goods

Architectural Perforations

Architectural perforations refer to the use of perforated metal panels in building design and construction. These perforations serve both aesthetic and functional purposes, transforming the façade of buildings into dynamic and visually striking elements. From intricate patterns to abstract designs, architectural perforations allow architects and designers to create unique and memorable structures that stand out in their surroundings.

Functionally, these perforations can provide benefits such as sun shading, allowing natural light to filter through while reducing glare and heat gain. They also offer ventilation, aiding in airflow and helping to regulate indoor temperatures. Additionally, perforated metal can be used for privacy screens, creating secluded spaces without completely blocking views or natural light.

The choice of perforation pattern, size, and spacing can dramatically influence the building’s appearance, creating a play of light and shadow that changes throughout the day and with different viewing angles. This dynamic quality adds depth and texture to the building’s exterior, making it more engaging and inviting.

In summary, architectural perforations offer a versatile and creative solution for enhancing building design, combining form and function to create visually appealing and sustainable structures.

Metal Perforating

ventilation, filtration & EMC shielding

Perforated metal is widely used for filtration, ventilation, and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) shielding due to its unique properties and versatility.

In filtration, perforated metal sheets are often used in the production of filters for air, water, and other liquids. The uniform perforations allow for efficient filtration by capturing particles while allowing the filtered fluid to pass through. This makes perforated metal filters effective in applications ranging from industrial air purification systems to water treatment facilities.

For ventilation, perforated metal provides an excellent solution for allowing airflow while providing some level of protection or screening. Whether used in HVAC systems, building facades, or machinery enclosures, perforated metal allows for the passage of air, helping to regulate temperature and maintain air quality. The perforation patterns can be tailored to balance airflow requirements with the need for protection from debris or unwanted access.

EMC shielding involves protecting electronic equipment and systems from electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio frequency interference (RFI). Perforated metal sheets can be used as shielding materials due to their ability to attenuate electromagnetic waves. By incorporating perforated metal panels into enclosures or cabinets housing sensitive electronics, the electromagnetic fields are contained, reducing the risk of interference and ensuring the proper functioning of the equipment.

The design of the perforations, including size, shape, and spacing, can be optimised for each specific application. For filtration, smaller perforations may be used to capture finer particles, while larger perforations may be preferred for ventilation to maximise airflow. In EMC shielding, the perforation pattern can be engineered to achieve the desired level of electromagnetic attenuation.

In conclusion, perforated metal offers a versatile and effective solution for filtration, ventilation, and EMC shielding applications. Its ability to combine functionality with durability makes it a preferred choice across various industries, from manufacturing and construction to electronics and telecommunications.

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