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Stainless Steel Netting
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Height 90cm (3ft), 0.7mm Wire

90cm high x 50m roll 22g

 
Imperial Measurements : (3ft x 164ft)
 
Code: SSN1
 

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The wire gauge (or "g") refers to the thickness of the wire. Although it is counter-intuitive, the lower the wire gauge number the thicker the wire is. For example, a 20g wire is thicker than a 22g wire. Stainless steel is highly resistant to rusting.

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£164.99inc VAT

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Height 90cm (3ft), 0.9mm Wire

90cm high x 50m roll 20g

 
Imperial Measurements : (3ft x 164ft)
 
Code: SSW11
 

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The wire gauge (or "g") refers to the thickness of the wire. Although it is counter-intuitive, the lower the wire gauge number the thicker the wire is. For example, a 20g wire is thicker than a 22g wire. Stainless steel is highly resistant to rusting.

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£199.98inc VAT

13 In stock

Immediate dispatch available

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Stainless steel is highly resistant to corrosion, and therefore is longer lasting than a galvanized finish mesh. Stainless steel has a wide variety of applications where a higher level of rust resistance is required.

Chicken wire netting has a hexagonal hole, and is an excellent choice for light-weight fencing options. Amongst other things, this product has been used flat on the ground on walkways and wooden bridges, to reduce the risk of slipping. It has also been used as a long-lasting anti-bird netting to keep out larger birds such as pigeons and seagulls.

Specification


  • Material: Grade 304 stainless steel.

  • Hole size: 25mm (1 inch).

  • Wire thickness: 20 gauge (0.9mm), 22 gauge (0.7mm).

  • Weight per square metre: Approx. 455 grams for 20 gauge, approx. 355 grams for 22 gauge.

  • Roll Heights: The heights of the rolls are manufactured to imperial measurements (feet and inches). We have rounded up the imperial height conversions for simplicity. The accurate height is as follows: 900mm (35.4 inch) high.


All measurements +/- 10%. If you require a micrometer reading of the wire thickness then please call us on 01782 820 970.

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I am looking at putting plastic mesh on my decking to reduce slipping risks ... what do you recommend ??

Thank you for your enquiry.

Plastic mesh increases the risk of slipping.
Wire netting is the most commonly used product in 25mm aperture with a 20 gauge wire. Galvanized has a zinc coating on the wire and in time this will wear off when walked on and will show signs of rust after time.

If you want something that will last for many years then select Stainless steel

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

At the moment, we are processing and dispatching orders however delivery days may be possible due to the Coronavirus situation. Having anticipated short supplies of goods at the beginning of the year, we have filled our warehouse with stock. Whilst a certain product may be out of stock on our website, we will have an alternative option available which will be in stock – please feel free to ask our live chat agents for alternatives if you cannot find a suitable product for your application.

We may find that over the next few days or weeks that the speed of service we take pride in providing may be delayed slightly, either due to the requirement for staff members to self-isolate, or due to the pressures on the courier networks. Should this issue arise, we will do our very best to keep you fully informed, and rest assured that we will do everything possible to dispatch and deliver your order. If we could ask that you bear with us that would be very much appreciated, especially in the case of potential delivery issues. Some delivery delays may be unavoidable, as all UK courier networks are at full capacity due to  unprecedented levels of deliveries, combined with a potential shortage of drivers due to self-isolation requirements.

Delivery Costs UK Mainland (Excluding Scottish Highlands)

Orders over £60:
Standard service up to 4 Working Days (any order over £60.00) - FREE

Express service up to 2 Working Days (any order over £60.00) - £2.98 per order (CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE)
Next Working Day for orders placed by 2pm (any order over £60.00) - £8.98 per order (CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE)

Orders under £60:
Standard service up to 4 Working Days (any order under £60.00) - £6.98 per order

Express service up to 2 Working Days (any order under £60.00) - £8.98 per order (CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE)
Next Working Day for orders placed by 2pm (any order under £60.00) - £12.98 per order (CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE)

Please note that delivery dates are not guaranteed. There is always a risk that consignments may be delayed by couriers.

Please also note that whilst our courier offers a next day delivery service to most of Scotland (excluding Scottish Highlands), there are some postcodes where only the standard delivery service is available at the Checkout.

A next day delivery is also not available for the following England postcodes: TD15, CA8, CA20.

Isle of Wight up to 4 Working Days
Orders over £ 60.00 -  delivery charge £12.98
Orders under £ 60.00, delivery charge £19.98

Northern Scotland, Scottish Highlands* 3 - 5 day service only
Any order under £ 60.00, delivery charge £29.98
Orders over £60.00 - delivery charge £22.98

*This delivery charge only applies to certain postcodes. Please enter your postcode at the checkout to generate the shipping cost.

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