Material: In generally, the materials are low carbon, stainless steel,
aluminum . Guarantee high quality raw materials .and We can supply
the material quality certificate .
Process of Raised Mesh
Raised Mesh (Raised expanded metal ) is supplied in the condition
in which it is produced
on the machine where the individual strands are set at an angle to
the plane of the sheet.
Raised mesh is typically stronger and more robust than an
equivalent flattened mesh
due to the structural strength gained from the mesh bonds and
strands being set at an angle.
Open area/visibility through raised mesh is variable depending on
the angle at which the mesh is
installed / used.Raised mesh also provides excellent grip when used
as a decking material
fixed on top of timber boards or if a suitably heavy duty mesh is
selected,it can be used
as an effective antislip deck for vehicle ramps where dirt and
water can easily fall through the mesh.
By passing the mesh through a set of heavy duty pressure rolls, the
angled strands are
flattened back to the original plane of the sheet. It is common
that the material thickness is reduced
slightly when flattened to ensure a level and even condition. Flattened mesh allows for a more
consistent open area and the finished product is easier to shear to
Fixing and welding Flattened Mesh is made easier due to the more two dimensional section of
Hole shape:diamond ,square hole,scale hole or as the customers’ request
The expanded metal range covers building products, general
industrial applications such as guarding,
walkway and flooring products, large and small mesh used for
fencing and security, plus architectural
sun screening and facade products. The expanded range is covered in
detail in the Architectural,
Industrial Flooring and General Industrial sections of the website.
SURFACE TREATMENT:hot galvanized,Electra galvanized,painting,powder coating,anodized
etc.We have a full and comprehensive finishing service for all of our
materials including cutting,notching,
rolling,annealing,forming,welding,painting and anodizing.