ANB Provides High-Quality Expanded Metal Products for Various Applications

Expanded metal is produced by perforating and stretching metal plates/sheets. During the manufacturing process, no material is wasted, making it economical and environmentally friendly, thus serving as a good alternative to perforated metal.

Unique Advantages:

  • When used for decorative purposes, expanded metal offers aesthetic appeal with different patterns and hole designs providing various design options.
  • Production costs of expanded metal are generally lower compared to other metal materials. Additionally, their long lifespan and low maintenance requirements contribute to cost-effectiveness over time.
  • Available in various thicknesses and sizes, expanded metal can adapt to different applications.
  • Its space structure allows for good ventilation and allows light to pass through, which is advantageous in building design and industrial applications
ANB Provides High-Quality Expanded Metal Products for Various Applications
Decorative Expanded Metal

Decorative expanded metal, a new building decoration material typically made from aluminum or lightweight steel sheet after slitting and stretching processes, is offered with various powder-coated, anodized, and PVDF coatings. It is lightweight, has high load capacity, good corrosion resistance, and prevents aging. Not only does it add unique charm to buildings, but it also offers the best practical functions. Therefore, it is an environmentally friendly building decoration material popular among architectural designers.

We offer decorative expanded metal products in various materials, colors, and hole patterns for you to choose from. Just contact us, our professional designer will work with you to find the right expanded metal products and produce the best custom solutions together.


  • Provide innovative, flexible building decoration materials for designers and architects.
  • Uniform openings allow light and air to pass freely.
  • The perfect combination of functionality and aesthetics.
  • Not only creates a different exterior appearance for buildings but also fulfills practical functions such as exterior wall protection, sunshade, partition, and more
  • Various materials, colors, patterns, coatings, and textures to choose from.
Decorative Expanded Metal
Here we showcase our standard decorative expanded metal mesh patterns. We can also develop custom decorative expanded metal products to meet your specific requirements according to your design concept.
Aluminum is a lightweight and durable metal widely used in architectural applications. Its high strength-to-weight ratio, ease of shaping, corrosion resistance, and aesthetic appeal make it an ideal material for many architectural projects. Additionally, aluminum's recyclability enhances its use in environmentally friendly architectural applications.
Stainless Steel
Stainless steel is a popular material in architecture due to its strength, durability, and aesthetic appeal. It is commonly used in cladding, roofing, and other applications. Stainless steel is versatile, easy to maintain, and can be customized to fit various styles and design requirements..
Steel is a strong, durable, and versatile material widely used in structural applications such as beams, columns, and frames, as well as in cladding and roofing systems. It is cost-effective, easy to maintain, and can be customized with various surface coatings to fit different architectural styles and design requirements.
Cor-Ten steel is a weather-resistant steel with higher resistance to atmospheric conditions compared to regular steel. When Cor-Ten panels are exposed to outdoor conditions, they develop a adherent and protective layer of rust.
Copper is a durable and versatile material commonly used in roofing, cladding, and decorative elements. It is valued for its unique appearance and corrosion resistance. It can be customized with various surface coatings to fit different architectural styles and design requirements.
Brass is an alloy consisting of copper and zinc. It is more durable than copper and more malleable than zinc. Additionally, brass provides an aesthetic appearance with its surface brightness and tones close to the color of gold. Brass is a popular material, especially for decoration and architectural applications. It is highly resistant to oxidation and can be processed in various forms. Brass can be produced with different alloys, each with varying properties depending on the ratio of copper to zinc.
Galvanization, also known as galvanized coating, is the process of coating metals with zinc. Zinc is the third most commonly used industrial element after aluminum and copper. Coating metal materials with zinc leads to increased corrosion resistance and strength. There are two main methods used for galvanizing metal materials. One of them is the hot-dip method. The second method employed for galvanization is cold coating.
Surface Treatment
Powder Coating
Powder Coating
Powder coating allows us to apply any desired RAL color to our panels. The powder is attracted to the metal surface due to its static charge, and then the material is heated in an oven where the powder melts and undergoes a chemical reaction. The result is an extremely durable outer layer. The thickness of the layer varies from a minimum of 60 microns for indoor applications to up to 120 microns for outdoor applications. Powder coatings contribute to the desired aesthetic result and allow for a matte, satin, or glossy finish. Products with powder coating provide excellent color retention and have an extremely durable top layer. The electrostatic varnish process creates an optimum adhesive and corrosion-free surface. This ensures a long lifespan, and the coating remains intact even during processes such as cutting, drilling, and milling. Additionally, we offer anti-graffiti coating as an extra option. This top layer prevents graffiti and stickers from adhering to the material.
Anodizing is a process that provides aluminum with a stainless protective layer. As a result, a durable product with an unlimited lifespan and minimal maintenance requirements is obtained. Its appearance is preserved, and it prevents blackening. During anodization, aluminum undergoes an accelerated oxidation process, transforming its surface layer into aluminum oxide. The thickness of this layer depends on whether the product is intended for indoor or outdoor use. Anodized aluminum can naturally have a matte or glossy surface, and various colors such as bronze, silver, or gold can be added. This makes it preferred in different sectors like construction, automotive, and aerospace where properties such as corrosion resistance and durability are crucial.
Hot Dip Galvanize
Hot Dip Galvanize
Galvanized steel is protected against erosion and has a highly durable protective layer. Thermal galvanization provides a thick and homogeneous layer across the entire surface of the panels. Small damages up to approximately 3 millimeters deep do not affect the lifespan of galvanized panels. Thermal galvanization involves dipping the steel into low-grade liquid zinc at 0°C, ensuring equal protection for all exterior and interior areas of the structure. Steel and zinc combine to form a galvanized alloy with a pure zinc layer. Galvanized products are highly durable, require minimal maintenance, and offer maximum protection at minimal cost. Galvanized steel can be used outdoors and can be coated in any color.