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Perforated Metal Plate Carbon Steel

Carbon steel plates (hot rolled descaled steel) are the most used in quarrying and mining. They have high wear resistance properties and are easy to bend and stamp in cold process.

Perforated Metal Plate Stainless Steel

AISI 304 Stainless steel plates have excellent mechanical features, high wear resistance properties and high corrosion resistance.

AISI 316 Stainless steel is a molybdenum bearing stainless steel. It has the same mechanical features as AISI 304 but superior corrosion resistance when exposed to chemical corrosives such as sea water, brine solutions and the like.

Perforated Metal Plate Wear-resistant steel

We manufacture customised perforated metal plate from extreme wear-resistant steel. This steel is made to withstand the toughest working conditions; it has a great combination of high hardness, high strength and good toughness.

HB 400 – 450 steels have high elasticity and resistance, being appropriate for bending, curving, machining and welding.

HB 500 steel supports intense wear and is appropriate for cases involving strong erosion by hard minerals and other abrasive materials.

HB 550 steel has a hardness of 550 Brinell and the toughness of 500, increasing wear life but maintaining flexibility to avoid cracking.

HB 600 steel has the highest wear resistance strength on the market. It is to support an extreme abrasion index.

Laser and water jet cutting.

Perforated Metal Plate

For their strong resistance to abrasion and impact, they are mainly used for pre-screening and scalping, attached to the upper decks either with clamps or screwed onto the frame.

They are manufactured with square, round, slotted and hexagonal perforations and in linear or staggered arrangement.

They are generally reinforced with square bars to support bulky sized products or curved to be used with Trommels or rotary screen.


Manufactured under the following standards:

Carbon steel:
DD-11 y DD-12  (EN-10111)
S235 JR y S275 JR (EN-10025)
DC01 (EN-10130)

Stainless steel:
AISI 304 y AISI 316 (EN 10088)

Wear-resistant steel:
HB 400 – 600