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Welded Wire Cloth

Wire Cloth is produced as a woven or a welded specification. Welded mesh is only available in a relatively few specification as compared to the woven product. In the manufacturing process each individual wire intersection is resistance spot welded; no filler metal is added.

Welded Wire Cloth is available in Stainless Steel and Galvanized material options. Common Welded Wire Cloth specificatons are as follows

Mesh Count  Wire Diameter    Opening Size Open Area
    (inches) Gauge (inches) (mm) Percentage
1 x 1 0.080 14 0.920 23.37 84.6%
1 x 1 0.063 16 0.937 23.80 87.8%
2 x 2 0.063 16 0.437 11.10 76.4%
2 x 2 0.047 18 0.453 11.51 82.1%
3 x 3 0.047 18 0.286 7.27 73.8%
4 x 4 0.032 21 0.218 5.54 76.0%
4 x 4 0.028 22 0.222 5.64 78.9%
4 x 4 0.025 23 0.225 5.72 81.0%

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There are so many different products that can be made out of welded wire mesh, and each different product can be used in a plethora of applications.  This product is typically manufactured in rolls and flat panels.  The wire can be constructed with different sized wire and opening sizes.  The two most popular forms of openings are square and rectangular variations, but custom openings can be designed if needed. Weld designs can also be distinguished by intersections and thickness. The thickness of the welded intersection helps to determine strength, weld pressure, and weld temperature.

All welded wire mesh can be handcrafted for a specific application.  The most popular method of customization is using specific alloys to create a welded mesh product.  Stainless steel wire mesh is one of the most popular materials for welded wire mesh products. This specific alloy is available in a wide range of variations ranging from custom mesh count to roll size. Stainless steel alloys are incredibly strong and durable, which makes them a perfect material for welding.  The stainless steel alloy can be designed as a number of different mesh products, across a wide berth of industries. Stainless steel mesh is commonly used as a strainer in many manufacturing applications because it has excellent resistance to corrosion. You can get stainless steel strainers to help your workload. Due to the ability to withstand corrosion, stainless steel mesh can be found in many service sectors such as: transportation, agriculture, mining, and entertainment.

There are many different types of welded wire mesh, which are each categorized according to specific characteristics, sizes, use, and structure.

Welded wire fabric: This specific type of welded wire mesh is typically used for concrete applications. When concrete is freshly laid, it needs some type of reinforcement to hold a specific shape.  Welded wire fabric creates a square grid of evenly spaced wires, which are welded at all intersections.

Hot dipped galvanized wire mesh:  Galvanized welded mesh is made up of plain steel wire.  When it is processed the plain wire undergoes a hot zinc covering process. This mesh is commonly used in the wire box, grilling, grate and fencing industries.

There are so many different types of welded mesh that can each be designed to fit a specific need or service.  If you are interested in purchasing welded wire mesh, or would like to learn more about the product. It is always best to contact a local professional for further information.

 

Types of Welded Wire Mesh

Welded Wire mesh is a welded, metal material that is commonly used in industrial applications. This welded wire fabric is fused in a grid formation that has a series of parallel and intersecting wires, evenly spaced throughout the material. This material can be used in a wide array of applications and is typically fashioned out of steel wire or stainless steel. There are many different available designs that change the size and shape of the welded wire mesh. Each different style of mesh is categorized as a separate product, so that buyers can choose the appropriate style for a given project.

Welded Wire Fabric:

Welded Wire Fabric is primarily used for concrete slab reinforcement projects. It is common to see this material in any construction project that pours fresh cement.  The mesh is comprised of a square grid of equidistant spaced wires, which are welded at all intersections.  The spacing of the wire cross-section area specifies this specific type of welded wire mesh.

Electro Galvanized Welded Wire Mesh:

Electro Galvanized Welded wire mesh typically has a square opening and is purposed for building fencing in infrastructural scenarios.  As a result of being electro-galvanized, it is considered to be a corrosion resistant mesh.  It is common to find this material in structural building, but the material is also available in different forms for varying industrial purposes.

Welded Stainless Steel Wire Mesh:

Welded Stainless Steel wire mesh is another product that is used in industrial fencing. This material is designed with a very high-grade stainless steel, which makes the product incredibly strong and durable.  In addition to being strong and long lasting, stainless steel wire mesh is a wire product that is resistant to corrosion, and is used across a myriad of industries and applications. It is possible to find stainless steel wire mesh in the many different settings such as: transportation, agricultural, mining and drilling, housing, and even entertainment sectors.

Welded Steel Bar Gratings

Welded Steel Bar Gratings is a welded wire mesh that has many appealing properties such as: durability, easy installation, and cost effective pricing.  This material is primarily designed for drainage covering and grating roads, but can also be found in the petro-chemical industry, metallurgy, and chemical design sector.

If you are interested in learning more about the different types of wire mesh, and how the material is properly used, it is always best to contact a local professional for further information.

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