Types

A Wire mesh made of groups of ropes in a lengthwise direction (warp) and round wires laid crosswise (weft).
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B Wire mesh made of single ropes in a lengthwise direction (warp) and pre-crimped round wires laid crosswise (weft).
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C Metal mesh made of wire spirals or flat bars linked by pre-crimped connecting rods.
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D Metal mesh obtained from wire spirals linked together.
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E Wire mesh made using groups of several copper (or steel) wires in both the warp and the weft.
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F Rigid wire mesh obtained from weaving straight wires on the warp and pre-crimped, laminated wires on the weft.
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G Metal mesh obtained by weaving straight warp wires and pre-crimped weft wires.
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H Wire mesh obtained by weaving wire straps both in the warp and in the weft.
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I Wire mesh obtained from round section wires both in the warp and in the weft. The latter are pre-crimped.
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J Wire mesh made from interwoven round section wires both in the warp and in the weft.
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K Metal mesh made from very closely connected alternating twisted spirals (left / right).
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L Wire mesh obtained by weaving thin round wires in the weft and groups of ropes into bands in the warp.
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M Metal grille made from strips of metal plates assembled together with special press-formed clamps.
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R Wire mesh obtained by a special kind of weaving in which the weft wires, normally of smaller diameter than the warp ones, are woven so that they are fully joined together.
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V Metal grille wires formed by triangular section wires, welded to the support straps.
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