welded wire mesh

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welded-wire fabric, welded wire mesh

welded-wire fabric
A series of longitudinal and transverse wires arranged at right angles to each other and welded together at all points of intersection; used as reinforcement in reinforced concrete.
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Therefore, as an alternative of steel fiber, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) coated welded wire mesh might become a low cost solution.
The product range includes steel billets, rebars, epoxy coating, welded wire mesh and cut & bend.
The new Return On Investment calculator enables customers to input details of their projects and obtain potential savings that could be achieved by replacing existing rebar and welded wire mesh with Helix Steel's patented Helix Micro Rebar product.
It's made out of welded wire mesh which is galvanized to protect it from the coating getting scraped off, and it's plastic-coated to prevent the Atlantic Ocean from attacking the steel.
Covered by a two-year warranty, a line of welded wire mesh decking is constructed with flared or standard U-channels to fit most beam styles.
At the top he installed welded wire mesh to hold in place halved soda bottles in which the growing kangkong is planted.
This pen is flamed with 1-inch Schedule 40 plastic pipe, and its walls are covered with 1-by-2-inch welded wire mesh. A removable panel of 2-by-4-inch welded wire mesh covers the bottom, which gives the chickens room to scratch but is easy to take off if you wish to set the coop on a garden bed and let the chickens till in their manure.
The company's production range includes: Woven wire mesh in all metals; welded wire mesh in all metals; perforated sheets in all metals; demister pads/Mist eliminators; wedge wire screens; gratings in steel and special alloy of stainless steel grade packings; architectural wires mesh products; aluminium Insect screen; and other internals for separation application.
On plant visits, however, it became evident there existed potential opportunities for several other critical and large-volume, high-value coating materials such as coal tar enamel, welded wire mesh, iron ore and others for which the coating plants were dependent on only one or two approved international suppliers with rigid terms not always to the liking of the coating industry.