What is Welded Wire Mesh?
Welded wire mesh, also known as welded wire fabric or welded mesh, is a grid-like structure made from intersecting wires that are welded together at their points of contact. It is commonly used in construction, industrial, agricultural, and residential applications for a variety of purposes.
Welded wire mesh is typically made from low-carbon steel wire or stainless steel wire. The wires are arranged in a precise pattern, with vertical and horizontal wires intersecting at right angles. The intersections are welded together using a specialized welding process, which ensures the wires are securely bonded.
The resulting welded wire mesh forms a grid of uniform squares or rectangles, creating a strong and rigid structure. The wire gauge (thickness) and mesh size (the spacing between wires) can vary depending on the intended application and the level of strength and durability required.