Round hole

Round holes offset as per DIN 24041:2002/12

The hole arrangement offset by 60° results in a perforation that combines the highest possible free cross-section with a high degree of stiffness. Fields of application are predominantly sound insulation, plant construction, cladding panels and guard plates, screens, any many more.  


Round holes straight/diagonal as per DIN 24041:2002/12    

Through this hole arrangement, the achievable proportion of holes and the stiffness is often lower than with a 60° offset perforation. This is why these hole positions are often used for elements that are subject to less mechanical strain such as in goods presenters and interior fittings in shop construction.