Architectural Aluminum Crimped Mesh Grilll in Theater, Stadium,
Zoo, Exhibition Center
Aluminum is largely considered the most popular non-ferrous metal
in the world, and as such, aluminum alloys are commonly used in the
wire mesh industry. Aluminum alloys are composed primarily of
aluminum, and also contain other elements like copper, magnesium,
manganese, or silicon.
Aluminum woven wire mesh is lightweight; in fact, a good rule of
thumb is that, when compared to its stainless steel counterpart,
aluminum mesh is approximately 1/3rd the weight of stainless.
Aluminum wire mesh is also corrosion resistant in most normal
environments but will corrode quickly in the presence of alkaline
solutions and hydrochloric and hydrofluoric acids. With an
estimated melting point of 1218°F, aluminum has many benefits,
including a relatively low cost compared to other meshes. Aluminum
woven wire mesh is a popular choice for a wide array of industries
including aerospace and automotive, as well as marine and
electrical conductivity applications.
As a large supplier of aluminum woven wire mesh, Darby specializes
in stocking many of the standard or market grades of aluminum in
alloy 5052. As indicated in the chart below, the 5000 series of
aluminum contains magnesium which is the main secondary element.
This inclusion of magnesium serves as a hardener and offers good
corrosion resistance in marine atmospheres.
Alloys 1350, 5056 and 6061 are largely considered special order
items in aluminum wire mesh. There are times that these aluminum
alloys are on the floor or can be readily manufactured. The
chemical composition limits chart for the various alloys of
aluminum wire mesh is presented below:
Chemical Composition Limits for Various Aluminum Wire Mesh Alloys
Specification of wire cloth infill panel:
- Materials: stainless steel, mild steel, aluminum, iron, copper.
- Hole shapes: square, rectangular.
- Surface treatment: prime painted, galvanized, powder coated.
- Colors: sliver, gray, white, black, blue, yellow, or other RAL colors.
- Wire diameter: 0.02–2 mm.
- Open area: 45% – 65%.
- Technique: woven or welded.
- Width of wire panel: 0.6–1.5 m.
Specification of stainless steel crimped wire mesh:
|Material||Stainless steel||Opening Area||74%|
|Warp Diameter||2.75mm||Mesh Thickness||4.8mm|
|Warp Pitch||19.75mm||Surface||clean &free oil|
|Weft Diameter||2.75mm||Max Length||12mm|
|Weft Pitch||19.75mm||Max Width||4m|
|Weight||4.86kgs/m2||Application||Interior / Exterior|
|wire||aperture||open area||weight kg|
Crimped wire mesh is used in the waste water, oil refining, mining, construction,
safety and food processing industries for applications that require
strength and large-hole filtering and screening. Pre-crimped wire
cloth is also used in architectural and industrial design
Application Of Crimped Square Wire Mesh
Used as fencing
Used as filter
As screen in mine, coal factory, construction, etc.
As BBQ wire mesh to roast for food or meat
Features of wire cloth infill panel:
- Durability. It has sound structure due to lots of woven methods.
- Attractive appearance. With various colors and crimp styles.
- Safety. With high strength and loading capacity.
- Anti-corrosion. It is made of corrosion resistance material and
with anti-corrosion surface treatments.
- Easy to install and maintenance-free.