We offer a variety of expanded metal sheet, including perforated, galvanised mesh, coil mesh, and more. We also stock fixing bands and reinforcing steel bars.
Multiple openings are introduced into metal sheets, which are followed by a stretching process in the production of expanded metal sheets. A diamond-shaped mesh-like pattern emerges as a result of the stretch applied to the metal sheet, which is impervious changes in its structure as and presents itself as an economical and versatile product for fences, grates, and to support stucco or plaster.
Expanded metal sheets are fabricated in three varieties: standard, flattened, and metal grating. The standard variety is the metal sheeting that comes as is. The flattened type is cold-rolled for a flat and smooth surface and is about 5% lighter than the standard. The metal grating variety is usually manufactured from carbon steel, and has no joints or welds, which affords it the highest degree of robustness among the three. Each piece is produced by first being cut and then put through an expanding machine, which is similar to a plate-rolling device. The end result is the metal sheeting of varying thickness.
Perforated metal sheet manufacturing employs a mechanical process of imparting perforations to steel sheets in symmetrical rows or zigzag patterns depending on the amount of openings required. To safeguard structural strength holes are never punched at the boundary skirting the perimeter. Produced in numerous permutations of perforation types and gauge variations perforated metal sheets span a variety of roles in supporting heavy arrangements and fulfil aesthetic aspirations.
Welded wire mesh screens are a product of alloys comprising and copper, stainless steel, galvanized steel and brass. Employing electric fusion a network of parallel wires, at distinct intervals, is welded to wires running across them. Welded mesh wires are known for being thoroughly reinforced and warp resistant. Woven wire meshes are highly sturdy and are fabricated on the principle of cloth weaving. Warp wires and weft wires are woven at right angles using alloys of brass, copper, and stainless steel forging diverse widths and vents.
Expanded metal sheets are commonly found in industrial settings. Floor covering, fencing to cover construction sites, and security-related settings are some of the most common application scenarios for expanded metal sheets. Perforated metal sheets appear as vents, in light fixtures, and very commonly fashioned into waste bins and screens. Welded wire meshes are commonly sighted in industrial, mining, agriculture, and horticultural settings. Woven wire mesh is extensively used in agricultural and animal fencing, architectural applications in buildings, industrial, and safety settings.