Architectural Expanded Metal

Architectural expanded metal is made from a self-contained piece of metal that has been die cut and stretched into a diamond pattern with architectural flare. As an architectural metal supplier, our architectural expanded metal is lightweight, strong, aesthetically pleasing, and can be used for both decorative and functional applications. The expanded metal sheet’s pattern provides an appealing design, while ensuring security and controlling light, heat, and visibility.


Features of our Architectural Expanded Metal:

  • Lightweight
  • Strong
  • Rigid
  • Allows for free passage of air, light, heat, and sound
  • Adaptable to finishing processes
  • Aesthetically appealing
  • Available in flattened or standard styles
  • Suitable for decorative and functional purposes
  • Available in many materials, such as aluminum, carbon steel, galvanized, and stainless steel, and aluminum expanded metal


As an architectural metal manufacturer, we supply architectural expanded metal that can be adapted for use in various architectural metal projects. It has many practical benefits, including increased security and privacy, improved ventilation, and aesthetic appeal. We provide this product in carbon steel, galvanized, stainless steel, and aluminum expanded metal in a variety of sizes, weights, and finishes.


Since architectural expanded metal is lightweight and strong it is an ideal choice for many applications. Some common applications for architectural expanded metal include:

  • Expanded metal sunscreens
  • Expanded metal room dividers
  • Expanded metal building facades
  • Expanded metal security partitions
  • Expanded metal sign panels
  • Expanded metal room panels
  • Expanded metal cladding
  • Expanded metal grilles
  • Expanded metal wall panels
  • Expanded metal shelving
  • Expanded metal ceiling tiles
  • Expanded metal ornamental features
  • Expanded metal display units
  • Expanded metal infill panels


Architectural Expanded Metal
Perforated/Expanded Metal Catalog


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