With more than 15 years of experience in the production of reinforcing mesh, Vulcania Reinforcing has become a leading supplier of customised reinforced mesh products to most industry sectors. Reinforcing mesh has a wide variety of uses, ranging from the ordinary household to heavy industry.
Specialised machinery is used to produce weldmesh with non-standard aperture sizes. The spacing wires in either direction vary between 13mm and 150mm.
Customised Builders Mesh
Vulcania Reinforcing's customised Builders mesh will make all your complicated projects simple and effective. Customised Builders mesh is available on request according to specifications provided by the customer. Customers and design engineers should contact Vulacania Reinforcing before embarking on the design of such mesh. Feel free to contact us with your custom requirements regarding mesh by clicking here...
Features of Reinforcing Mesh
- • The unique deformed wire pattern (curry pattern) offers superior bonding, improved stress distribution and crack-width control.
- • Manufactured from hard drawn wire (smooth) and cold rolled wire (deformed).
- • All intersections are resistant-welded thereby not reducing the tensile strength of the wires.
- • Mesh has an average shear strength equal to 80% of the wire strength.
- • The wire used has physical properties which are rigidly controlled to produce mesh with maximum weld strength combined with ductility.
- • Specifications allow for cold rolled wire with a minimum ultimate tensile strength of 510Mpa and a high resistance to fatigue.
- • Mesh is available in black (pre-galvanised) and galvanised sheets or rolls.
- • Consists of parallel longitudinal wires (spaced at a required pitch) with a second series of wires (spaced at a required pitch) so welded to the first series as to form a rectangle or square mesh. The wires are welded together at their points of intersection by a resistance-welding process. As shown in picture on left.
- • The wire of welded steel fabric shall be hard-drawn steel wire of round cross-section, having a surface that is plain, indented or otherwise deformed, as required..
- • Welded steel fabric is the most commonly used form of prefabricated reinforcement and is particularly suitable for flat slab construction.