Perforated Panel Systems

Morin Perforated Panel Systems are distributed in Canada by Vicwest.  Morin offers perforated exposed or concealed fastener panels for exterior or interior use. This unique fabrication provides a 10% to 40% open area creating the effect of a translucent screen to provide passive solar shading, control light and sound pollution, air movement or simply to obscure roof top mechanical equipment. Panels can be orientated horizontally, vertically or diagonally based upon the design.

The Perforated Screenwall process can be applied to any Morin panel product. Please note the examples of our perforating options are only representative of the hole size and overall general pattern and not of the actual hole spacing. We are happy to supply you with a metal perforated chip for your review.

  • Note: Because panels are perforated after the paint finish is applied, the use of steel panels in exterior applications is not recommended due to corrosion.
  • The examples of Morin’s perforating options are only representative of the hole size and overall general pattern and not of the actual hole spacing. We are happy to supply you with a perforated metal chip for your review.
  • Please also note that lubricants are utilized when perforating metal sheets or coils in order to reduce friction during the process and may result in panels with an oily appearance and surface.
  • 10% – 40% open area in six (6) standard perforation patterns. Other perforation patterns are available, contact Morin.
  • Available materials: Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Zinc and Copper.
  • Gauges vary dependent upon perforation pattern and product profile
  • Perforated break metal trim or solid aluminum extrusions are available
  • Horizontal, vertical or diagonal application.
  • Panel Lengths 5’-0” to 30’-0” Standard. Other lengths available contact Morin
  • Curving is available with some profiles. Contact Morin for additional information.
  • Painted finish warranty is not available on perforated panels.
  • Note: Because panels are perforated after the finish is applied, the use of steel panels in exterior applications is not recommended due to corrosion.