Welded wire mesh or welded wire fabric or "weldmesh" is an electrofusion welded prefabricated joint grid consisting of a series of parallel longitudinal wires whose gaps are precisely welded to the intersecting wires.
The machine is used to produce meshes with precise dimensional control. This product can save a lot of time, manpower and money.
Use of Welded wire mesh
The welded wire mesh is a wire mesh made of low carbon steel wire or stainless steel wire. It comes in a variety of sizes and shapes. It is widely used in agriculture, industry, transportation, horticulture and food procurement. Welded wire mesh is also used in mining, gardening, machine protection and other decoration.
Welded mesh is a barrier fence made of square or rectangular mesh made of steel wire welded at each intersection.
Wire fabric (WWF) is also sometimes used for reinforced concrete, especially for slabs.
Type of Welded wire mesh
There are several types of welded wire mesh that can be classified according to their structure, purpose, and characteristics.
Welded wire fabric (WWF) for concrete slab reinforcement
This type of grid is a uniformly placed grid of grids that are welded at all intersections and meet the requirements of ASTM A185 and A497 or other standards. The size is specified by combining the pitch in inches or millimeters and the wire cross-sectional area in a few hundredths of a square inch or millimeter.