Welded protective meshes

Manufacturing and Stock Metal Meshes

Welded protective meshes are made of steel wire which can be powder coated according to the RAL colour chart. The steel wires can also be hot-dip or electro galvanised. The mesh is easy to shape and cut. The mesh is delivered in the form of straight sheets on a pallet, facilitating transportation of the product and protecting the mesh from damage caused by transport.

Applications include suspended ceilings, façades, partition walls, machinery covers, etc. The dimensions of the wires on a standard mesh are Ø 2.8…4.8 mm. The wires meet the requirements of the EN ISO 16120-2:2011 standard. Welded protective meshes can be manufactured by special order up to a wire thickness of Ø 8.0 mm.

Things to know about welded mesh:

  • The maximum size of the welded mesh sheets is 1.8 x 3.0 m.
  • The mesh can be manufactured in rolls. The maximum width of a welded mesh roll is 1.25 m.
  • The best corrosion protection for the welded mesh is obtained by hot-dip galvanising the mesh after welding.
  • Hot-dip galvanising provides the product with dozens of years of rust protection.
  • Welded mesh can be powder coated after welding. Powder coating is done electrostatically, after which the powder is burned in a furnace onto the mesh. This method gives a durable and high-quality painted surface. For indoor use, we recommend using epoxy or polyester powder coating. For outdoor use, we recommend polyester powder coating.
  • The maximum size of the painted mesh in our powder-coating line is 1.8 x 3.0 m.
  • The mesh can be painted in colour shades from the RAL colour chart. The most commonly used colour shades are white (RAL 9010), grey (RAL 7035), and black (RAL 9005).
  • The type of welded mesh is always indicated by the wire pitch (the distance between the middle of a wire to the middle of the next wire, as shown in the illustration below).
  • A welded mesh sheet can be manufactured with wire ends (wire spikes on the edges of the mesh) or without wire ends (wire spikes are as short as possible on the edges of the mesh).
  • The welded mesh is easy to shape and cut. Cutting the mesh can be done using wire cutters or, for example, an angle grinder.
  • The uncoated mesh can be welded to a frame or pipes. The fastening of hot-dip galvanised or powder-coated mesh is best done using flat bar or corner iron, for example. In this way the mesh coating isn’t damaged.

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ArticleCoating*Pitch (c/c)
Ø mm
Tile size
#Wire end
length wire mm
#Wire end
cross wire mm
In stock
2074520MP25 x 252,81000 x 20003,912,512,5 
2074525MP25 x 252,81250 x 25003,912,512,5 
2074532MP30 x 302,81000 x 20003,22025 
2074531MP30 x 302,81250 x 25003,22520x
2074535MP30 x 303,41500 x 30004,61515x
2074540MP40 x 402,81250 x 25002,42530 
2074542MP40 x 4041000 x 20005,02020 
2074541MP40 x 4041250 x 25005,02530x
2074545MP50 x 502,81000 x 20002,02525 
2074551MP50 x 502,81250 x 25002,02525x
2074552MP50 x 503,41500 x 30002,92525x
2074553MP50 x 5041000 x 20004,02525 
2074554MP50 x 5041250 x 25004,02525x
2074555MP50 x 5041500 x 30004,02525 
2074557MP50 x 504,81250 x 25005,82525 
2074531ZK30 x 302,91250 x 25003,71020x
2074535ZK30 x 303,51500 x 30005,31515x
2074541ZK40 x 404,11250 x 25005,82530x
2074551ZK50 x 502,91250 x 25002,32525x
2074552ZK50 x 503,51500 x 30003,32525x
2074554ZK50 x 504,11250 x 25004,62525x

* P = Uncoated, K = Hot-dip galvanised


Michael Qvarnström

Sales Manager