Stainless Steel Wire Mesh 13 x 13 mm holes 19 gauge
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Height 60cm (2ft)

60cm high x 30m roll

 
Imperial Measurements : (2ft x 98ft)
 
Code: SS10
 

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Grade 304 stainless steel welded mesh. 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 19g wire is thicker than a 20g wire.

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£169.00inc VAT

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Height 90cm (3ft)

90cm high x 6m roll

 
Imperial Measurements : (3ft x 19ft)
 
Code: SSW3(W6)
 

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Grade 304 stainless steel welded mesh. 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 19g wire is thicker than a 20g wire.

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£59.99inc VAT

4 In stock

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90cm high x 15m roll

 
Imperial Measurements : (3ft x 49ft)
 
Code: SSW5(W14)
 

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Grade 304 stainless steel welded mesh. 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 19g wire is thicker than a 20g wire.

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£132.90inc VAT

17 In stock

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90cm high x 30m roll

 
Imperial Measurements : (3ft x 98ft)
 
Code: SS1(W28)
 

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Grade 304 stainless steel welded mesh. 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 19g wire is thicker than a 20g wire.

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£239.00inc VAT

13 In stock

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Height 1.2m (4ft)

1.2m high x 15m roll

 
Imperial Measurements : (4ft x 49ft)
 
Code: SS2(W18)
 

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Grade 304 stainless steel welded mesh. 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 19g wire is thicker than a 20g wire.

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£179.00inc VAT

23 In stock

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

This product is a lightweight welded wire mesh, which is primarily used for long lasting bird protection. This makes it the ideal choice for fruit cages, aviaries for small birds, and bird protection in louvres. The 19 gauge wire (approx. 1mm thick) is the same as the wire used in 19g chicken wire netting, however a welded mesh has slightly more structure and rigidity than chicken wire netting.

Specification


  • Material: Grade 304 stainless steel.

  • Hole size: 13mm (1/2 inch).

  • Wire thickness: 19 gauge (1mm).

  • Weight per square metre: Approx. 1037 grams.

  • Roll Heights: The heights of the rolls are manufactured to imperial measurements (feet and inches). We have rounded down the metric height conversions for simplicity. The accurate metric heights are as follows: 610mm (2ft) high; 915mm (3ft) high; 1220mm (4ft) high.



All measurements +/- 15%. If you require a micrometer reading of the wire thickness then please call us on 01782 820 970.

Frequently Asked Questions

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I want to make a cowling to go over the top of a chimney stack. What mesh would you recommend?

Thank you for the enquiry.

A 25mm x 25mm hole welded mesh will keep larger birds out, such as pigeons, crows, jackdaws. If you want to keep out smaller birds as well, then you should use 13mm x 13mm hole welded mesh. The 19 gauge lightweight mesh is strong enough to keep the birds out, but is quite flexible. If you require a stronger, more rigid mesh then please select 16 gauge.

Some of our customers use a stainless steel mesh for a longer lasting cowl

Hello, I'm looking to purchase a metal mesh (can be PVC coated in black) to use as a cover over a saltwater aquarium to prevent fish jumping out.

Do you think the stainless steel mesh with 13mmx13mm holes is sturdy enough to be unsupported over a 1mx2m area? If not, could you suggest something similar with aperture range of 10mm - 20mm. Thanks

Thank you for the enquiry.

The 19 gauge mesh would be too flexible to be self-supporting over a 2m section, and so you would need at least a 16 gauge wire (1.6mm thick) to provide sufficient rigidity.

The other consideration is that the mesh will be in a saltwater aquarium. For mesh used in and around saltwater we would strongly recommend using the higher grade of stainless steel i.e. grade 316. This is substantially more resistant to corrosion in saltwater and marine environments.

The option we have available for a grade 316 stainless steel mesh, with the hole size and wire thickness required, would be our woven stainless steel 2 Mesh (this has an aperture of 11mm, and a wire thickness of 1.6mm). Please note that a woven mesh should be framed - given that the mesh is woven together, the frame will prevent the mesh from moving around, or the outer strands from pulling out. Once framed, the mesh will be panel-like.

Please feel free to call on 01782 820 970, or e-mail if you have any further questions.

Hello, Can you please confirm the free area percentage for this product? Thank you

Thank you for your enquiry.

The 13mm mesh has an 85% open area.

How would I connect 6mm x 6mm stainless mesh together?

Thank you for your enquiry.

There are two methods to connect this mesh. You can use stainless steel 1mm line wire and thread it between two overlapped sections of mesh or you can use stainless steel cable-ties. This fixing method will also work for 13 x 13mm stainless 19g mesh.

If used as a leaf guard on gutters, fastened with cable ties, would the rain go through your PVC coated fibreglass soffit mesh or would surface tension make it sit on top? Other suggestions?

Morning Robert,

Thank-you for the e-mail.

The fiberglass soffit mesh has an open area of around 72%, and so will allow water to pass through it. However, whether or not some water will still sit on top when it rains will depend on the volume of water, speed of flow etc. and so this is a little outside of our field of knowledge. Another issue with using fiberglass is that the material is cloth-like i.e. it doesn’t have any rigidity to it. Therefore, you will most likely find that the mesh will flop to the bottom of the gutter.

As an alternative, customers have used a welded wire mesh in the past to make gutter guards (typically a 13mm x 13mm 19 gauge welded mesh). The best option to avoid rusting would be to use stainless steel. The 13mm x 13mm 19g welded mesh has more structure, and will allow the water to run through.
Kind regards,

Thank you for your prompt and perfect answer!
Best wishes,
Robert





Reviews

Excellent Service

I placed my first order with you Monday,and my 30 m of mesh arrived today!Thank You for an excellent service,its very much appreciated,and I will come back again! Thank You - by M.C from Gloucester

Very pleased with the service

Just a quick email to say we received the mesh today and it's perfect.
Very pleased with the service we had from you and the company and would use and recommend you again.
Have a good weekend.
- by S.H. from Surrey

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