Jul. 16, 2020
Welding mesh also known as the welding mesh, or simply "weldmesh", is a low carbon or stainless steel mesh prefabricated grid. They are welded together at each intersection to provide a highly durable and homogeneous material suitable for a variety of applications.
The resulting mesh can be sold in the form of rolls or slabs, depending on the size of the wire itself and the opening between the wires. The opening itself can be a square or (rectangular) rectangle.
Common USES of welding mesh
You'll find welding networks in industries as diverse as agriculture and horticulture to transportation, mining, and construction. Here are some of the most common USES:
Thicker wire mesh can provide a good internal frame for a reinforced concrete structure. The addition provides a significant increase in tensile strength to a material that is otherwise vulnerable to rupture under the forces of vibration, distortion, and warping.
Those looking for relatively inexpensive security solutions often turn to welded wire mesh, which is stronger than links and can still be seen. Applications range from low-security prisons and military facilities to private offices and homes. It can even be placed in factories and other industrial buildings as a protective material around heavy machinery.
The perfect combination of strength, low cost, and ease of installation makes welded mesh a popular choice for grille roads (especially for ventilation in metro systems) and for covering roadside drains.
PVC Wire Mesh Fence has a variety of colors and coatings, used by the company for the exteriors of trellises, flower bed fences, and birdcage, etc. Some people find it ideal for lifting plants to the ground, or for shelving in garden sheds, closets, or even retail stores.
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