One of our best sellers is our wire mesh products. In virtually every industry wire mesh products of some kind are used. Wire nettings have many uses and many designs. The vast range of materials that it can be produced from is incredible. Some popular steel mesh applications are in these industries: Architecture, Automotive, Computer, Electronics, Food Processing, Metalworking, Mining-Smelting, Railroads, Steel Producers and many more. Wire mesh is both rigid in design yet flexible to meet both structural and decorative needs. Wire mesh is typically used for safety guards, grills, gates and fencing and is adaptable to meet ADA guidelines. Our wire mesh products are available as galvanized steel mesh, welded stainless mesh, and stainless steel wire mesh. Custom steel mesh products such as galvanized wire, wire cloth screens, wire mesh screen and wire cloth applications are also available.
Welded Wires Mesh Design Options:
Peterson Company is proud to offer one of the largest inventories of welded wire in the Rocky Mountain region. Various patterns and gauges are available in standard panels sizes or we can cut it to size to fit your needs. And we’re the experts in supplying the non standard sizes. Through our vast supplier chain, we can obtain just about any pattern gauge or alloy imaginable. Call any of our wire experts for help in finding the right welded wire mesh for your job.
Wire Mesh Design Options:
Plain Weave: Openings are square and wire sizes are the same in both directions. Each warp wire passes over and under the shute wire at right angles in both directions. Plain Weave is one of the standard types of weaves for wire cloth.
Lock Crimp: This crimp provides an accurate screen opening for the life of the wire mesh screen. Lock Crimp is used when plain weave will not hold their accurate wire mesh screen openings.
Intercrimp: This woven wire is mainly used with larger openings and with greater stability, maximum rigidity and tightness.
Flat Top Crimp: The crimping is offset to one side producing a woven wire with all wire surfaces in a single plane on the top. The even and flat surface allows materials to flow smoothly over the top of the wire cloth.