12 Reasons You Should Use Wire Mesh Panels
Are you bidding a commercial or municipal project that requires wire mesh safety panels for a boardwalk railing, deck railing, bridge railing or other areas where public safety is of concern?
Is there an industrial application that needs wire mesh to protect workers from injury, such as machine guards and storage areas?
Do the specs call for a heavy gauge welded wire mesh with an opening size that is hard to find, for example 12.5 gauge black vinyl coated 2"x2" mesh? Or do you want a galvanized after weld (GAW) or even a stainless steel product?
You can go ahead and buy welded wire mesh in rolls. But as the gauge of the wire increases, so does the difficulty of straightening out the mesh so it will lie flat - especially towards the center of the roll where it is wound most tightly. This can be an especially difficult task when your work space is limited. There may not be enough unobstructed space to open and roll out the material. Then there's the potential problem of cutting pieces to the right dimensions. And what do you do with the scrap pieces left after the panel is cut?
Wire mesh panels can help you solve these and other problems and difficulties! Custom cut panels have the following positive features:
- Faster to install
- Easy to work with
- Lower in labor cost
- Less scrap and waste
- Save on material costs
- Wide choice of wire gauges
- Smaller pieces are lighter in weight
- Many different mesh sizes are available
- GBW, GAW, Vinyl Coated and Stainless Steel
- Custom cut panels are sized to specific project requirements
What will you use on your next project?
Would pre-cut, pre-flattened panels save you time and money?
Please note that there may be minimum quantities requirements.