Galvanised Welded Wire Mesh Rolls: The Perfect Solution for Diverse Fencing Needs
Do you need a roll of versatile, durable, and rust-resistant wire mesh that is not only easy to transport but also simple to cut to your needs? This is precisely what our Galvanised Welded Wire Mesh Rolls offer! A product tailored to last against the elements with a classic galvanised steel finish.
Crafted meticulously, the mesh intersections are welded to ensure optimum strength and longevity. With the ability to withstand the challenges of time, these mesh rolls are an investment that brings you long-lasting returns.
A notable advantage of these mesh rolls is their compatibility with different uses. Be it wire mesh fencing, creating anti-slip surfaces for timber decking and steps, building security fences, or even designing enclosures for your pets, our galvanised wire mesh rolls have you covered. If you’re keen on creating an aviary, rabbit hutch, hamster or mice cage, or a fruit cage, this is your go-to fencing product.
The mesh is available in various lengths, heights, apertures, and wire thicknesses. You can pick from thicknesses such as 19 gauge (1mm thick), 17 gauge (1.2mm thick), 15 gauge (1.8mm thick), 14 gauge (2mm thick), and 12 gauge (2.5mm thick). The 12 gauge thickness is perfect for creating sturdy animal enclosures, while the 19 gauge version is ideal for lighter applications.
The wire is hot dipped galvanised after welding. This process not only protects the wire from the elements but also smooths over any potentially sharp bits of metal. We do, however, recommend that any cuts made into the steel are protected with galvanised spray or paint to avoid rusting at the cut ends.
The mesh also comes with different hole sizes to cater to your specific needs. The 25mm / 1” holes are perfect for small animal enclosures like chicken coops, rabbit runs, and cages, while the 50mm / 2” holes make them an excellent choice for larger animal fencing such as for dogs, foxes, and deer.
To enhance your fencing needs further, we also provide a range of PVC Coated Welded Wire Mesh Rolls. These rolls share all the resilient features of our galvanised versions but come with the added advantage of a green PVC coating.
Q: How can the galvanised welded wire mesh rolls be fixed?
A: You can affix them to wooden fencing posts and frames using galvanised U-nails. It is also possible to weld the mesh to other steel products like frames, posts, and cages.
Q: How to maintain the mesh after cutting it?
A: Protect the cut ends with galvanised spray or paint to prevent rusting.
Q: What safety precautions should be taken while handling the mesh?
A: We advise that gloves are worn when handling this wire to avoid any potential injuries.
Features and benefits
- Provided as a roll for easier transport – simply unroll and cut as required
- Galvanised with a zinc coating to give it a longer life against the elements
- Resistant to corrosion and rust
- Welded at each mesh join to ensure it is strong, long-lasting and secure
- Galvanised steel finish
Fixing Galvanised Welded Wire Mesh to Wooden Posts
Staples can be used to loosely secure galvanised wire mesh to wooden posts, this is because the mesh needs to be able to move and flex a little to avoid damage during impacts and heat expansion. Staples should be installed at 15cm (6 Inch) intervals.
Securing the Bottom of the Welded Wire Mesh Fence
Using Steel U Pins, pin the bottom of the wire mesh fence into the soil by hooking the pegs through the holes at the bottom of the mesh. Pegs or Pins should be pushed into place at even distances around 60cm apart.
Fixing Welded Wire Mesh to Metal Posts
Similarly to the wooden fence post fixing method, cable ties should be fastened at 15cm intervals and with allowance for movement of the mesh fence to prevent damage from heat expansion and impact. Cut excess plastic from the cable ties once secured.
Extending the Length of Wire Mesh Fence with Overlapping
The length of the galvanised welded wire mesh fence can be extended by overlapping the sections of the fence and cable tying them together. Excess from the cable ties should be cut to give a discreet join.
Installing Galvanised Welded Wire Mesh to Concrete Posts
Tensioning wire is used to connect between the eye bolts this will help keep the fence tight and strong. Using cable ties the welded wire mesh can be fastened to the tensioning wire for a robust connection. This should be done with even spacing to make sure that the fence is securely attached to the tensioning wire all along the fence line.
|Product:||Galvanised Welded Wire Mesh Rolls|
|Height:||0.9m, 1m, 1.2m, 1.6m|
|Length:||10m, 15m, 30m|
12 Gauge,14 Gauge, 15 Gauge, 18 Gauge, 19 Gauge
|Hole Size:||13mm, 25mm, 50mm|
|Material:||Galvanised Steel Wire|