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Difference between checkering and embossing and perforating

Checkering or chequer refers to the processing of metal raisings textures with designed models to one surface of the metal plate or sheet. The metals that can be processed into checkered plate include stainless steel, carbon steel, brass, aluminum and other alloys.

Embossing mostly is another name for checkering, while it refers to metal plates with the round raising on one side of its surface. Checkered plate can be almost all kinds of patterns including the embossing round raised textures.

Perforating, also known as punching or stamping, is a technical processing of the metal sheets with removed parts from the metal plate itself and the removed part is arranged in round, diamond and other holes in certain arrangement or shapes. The perforated metal plate or panel can be used as filter screen for solid or liquid to go through, while the checkered or embossed plate is mainly used as tread or floor plate. 

Checkering or Embossing Thickness: 2.0mm-15.0mm

Checkered Plate Width: 1000mm,1219mm,1500mm,1800mm,2000mm,2500mm,3000mm,3500mm,etc

Length: 2000mm,2440mm,3000mm,5800mm,6000mm,etc

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