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Welded wire mesh and fence that is Galvanized After Weld (GAW) is strong and durable. These products are made by dipping previously welded mesh into a bath of molten zinc. The entire fence or mesh, including the welded areas, is thoroughly sealed and protected against rust and corrosion. 

Durability:  Cost: 

Because it is covered with so much more zinc than GBW galvanized before welded wire fencing, it will last years longer. GAW welded meshes and fences are available in a wide variety of gauges and mesh sizes. These determine the final use of the product. Smaller meshes made with lighter gauge wires are ideal for making long lasting cages for small animals. The heavier gauges and meshes with larger openings make durable fences for animals. They have many uses around the home.

Other Features & Benefits:

  • Galvanizing covers entire mesh including welded areas
  • Mesh is drawn through bath of molten zinc after welding
  • GAW wire meshes are completely sealed and protected from rust and corrosion
  • Extra long lifetime
  • Strong and extremely durable
  • Higher initial cost is offset by lower frequency of repair and replacement
  • Will last years longer than Galvanized Before products, even in harshest conditions

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23 Gauge

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Mesh Openings:

1/4" x 1/4"

 

 

 

19 Gauge

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Mesh Openings:

1/2" x 1/2"

 

 

 

16 Gauge

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Mesh Openings:

1/2" x 1/2"

1/2" x 1"

1" x 1"

1" x 2"

14 Gauge

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Mesh Openings:

1" x 1"

1" x 2"

2" x 2"

2" x 4"

121/2 Gauge

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Mesh Openings:

1/2" x 3"

1" x 1"

1-1/2" x 1-1/2"

1" x 2"

11 Gauge

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Mesh Openings:

2" x 4"

3" x 3"

 

 

Not needed 101/2 Gauge

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Mesh Openings:

1/4" x 1/4"

Not needed 101/2 Gauge

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Mesh Openings:

1/4" x 1/4"

Not needed 101/2 Gauge

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Mesh Openings:

1/4" x 1/4"

Not needed 101/2 Gauge

10-1-2-gauge.jpg

Mesh Openings:

1/4" x 1/4"

Not needed 101/2 Gauge

10-1-2-gauge.jpg

Mesh Openings:

1/4" x 1/4"

Not needed 101/2 Gauge

10-1-2-gauge.jpg

Mesh Openings:

1/4" x 1/4"

Not needed 101/2 Gauge

10-1-2-gauge.jpg

Mesh Openings:

1/4" x 1/4"

Choosing the Best Wire

Key Considerations:

  • Do you want a temporary fence?
  • Are there requirements that determine the mesh size that you want to use?
  • What environmental factors exist that could potentially shorten the lifetime of the wire?
  • Does your project require a lot of labor and expense that will need to be repeated if you use a less costly product and the wires rust through and need to be replaced?
  • Does it make sense to use a more expensive product with a longer lifetime?
  • Is the appearance of fence or mesh important?

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