Welded Wire Mesh
Welded wire mesh is also one of the most popular wire mesh products and it is more economical compared to woven wire mesh. And it does not have as many complicated grid patterns, usually square or diamond shaped holes. Longitudinal and transverse metal wires are interlaced in parallel and then welded at the points where they intersect. Strong welded joints provide sturdy overall construction and scalability, allowing welded wire mesh to be bent, cut, and stamped into a variety of shapes without causing the wire to come apart.
As one of the leading manufacturers of welded wire mesh in China, we supply three main types: welded wire mesh rolls, welded wire mesh panels and welded concrete reinforcement mesh for construction purposes. And we can offer a variety of options to customize welded wire mesh, including metal materials, finishes, sizes, wire diameters and openings.
Dongfu Welded Wire Mesh Material
Low carbon steel wire:
The most common material used to make welded wire mesh rolls or panels, economical and versatile. Available in hot-dip galvanized, electro-galvanized or PVC coated.
Stainless steel wire:
Used to create higher quality welded wire mesh products that maintain durability without surface treatment. However, the cost is higher and it is often used in high corrosion resistant environment requirements.
Types of Welded Wire Mesh
Welded wire mesh roll is made of smaller diameter and smaller mesh sizes. Compared with welded mesh sheets, welded mesh rolls have better flexibility. Widely used in animal cages, bird cages, heat preserving walls, plant climbing support, etc.
The welded wire mesh panel is made of low carbon steel wire, has a larger diameter and a larger opening size. Have higher strength and more stable mesh structure. Suitable for high-security applications, such as fence panels, architectural grilles, guard screens, machine guarding, etc.
The concrete reinforcing wire mesh is a welded wire mesh panel welded by steel bars. It has a high-strength and firm mesh structure, which can minimize concrete cracking and greatly improve the adhesion to concrete. Widely used to reinforce building foundations, roads and bridge decks.