Wire Netting 13mm
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Height From 30cm To 60cm (1ft To 2ft)

30cm high x 50m roll 22g

 
Imperial Measurements : (1ft x 164ft)
 
Code: ZDW7(W7)
 

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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 22g wire is thicker than a 24g wire.

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£29.48inc VAT

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60cm high x 50m roll 22g

 
Imperial Measurements : (2ft x 164ft)
 
Code: ZD2(W14)
 

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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 22g wire is thicker than a 24g wire.

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£45.99inc VAT

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Height From 90cm To 1.2m (3ft To 4ft)

90cm high x 50m roll 22g

 
Imperial Measurements : (3ft x 164ft)
 
Code: ZD3(W19)
 

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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 22g wire is thicker than a 24g wire.

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£65.99inc VAT

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01782 820 970

1.2m high x 50m roll 22g

 
Imperial Measurements : (4ft x 164ft)
 
Code: ZD4(W27)
 

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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 22g wire is thicker than a 24g wire.

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£79.99inc VAT

105 In stock

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Height 1.8m (6ft)

1.8m high x 25m roll 22g

 
Imperial Measurements : (6ft x 82ft)
 
Code: ZD6(W20)
 

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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 22g wire is thicker than a 24g wire.

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£71.49inc VAT

9 In stock

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Details

Our chicken wire netting is woven from hot dipped galvanized steel wire, and is sourced from high quality manufacturers. Chicken wire netting has a hexagonal hole, and is an excellent choice for light-weight fencing options including boundary fencing, small animal enclosures such as chicken pens, and general garden use.

The 13mm hole size is an ideal choice for keeping out wild birds, and for fruit cages.

If you are looking to fox-proof your enclosure then you should select our fox protection mesh.

Specification


  • Material: Mild Steel.

  • Finish: Galvanized.

  • Hole size: 13mm (1/2 inch).

  • Wire thickness: 22 gauge (0.7mm).

  • Weight per square metre: Approx. 420 grams.

  • Roll Heights: The heights of the rolls are manufactured to metric measurements. We have rounded up the imperial height conversions for simplicity. The accurate heights are as follows: 300mm (11.8 inch) high; 600mm (23.6 inch) high; 900mm (35.4 inch) high; 1200mm (47.2 inch) high; 1800mm (70.9 inch) high.



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

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Please advise if your chicken mesh is galvanised after twisting or pre-galvanised?

Thanks

Thank you for your enquiry.

The netting is made from hot-dip galvanized wire which is galvanized before weaving.

I am wanting to erect a large fruit cage. Can bumblebees fit through these holes?

Thank you for your enquiry. Whilst we are not bumble bee experts, the 13mm wire netting may be quite tight for larger bumble bees, although I suspect that the smaller worker bees may fit through the holes. Other types of smaller pollinating bees should fit through without difficulty. The other thing to bear in mind is that with wire netting, the 13mm measurement is the vertical measurement on the hole, the hole is slightly wider than this on the horizontal.

The 13mm hole size is the most common size for fruit cages, and if the hole is much bigger than this then the wild birds will be able to fit through. One other option to consider would be our black plastic high tensile anti-bird netting, as this has a slightly larger hole at 18mm x 15mm. Whilst this plastic netting is very strong, it is also very flexible, and so it may need the support of tensioned line wire or a framework to provide the structure.

I am making an enclosure around my chicken house to protect hens from foxes and to keep wild birds out.

To keep wild birds out I was thinking about getting the chicken mesh that is 13mm wide, is that fox proof?

Thanks

Dear Mrs Killick,

Thank you for your enquiry.

The chicken wire netting is not suitable for fox protection. However the 13mm x 13mm 16 gauge welded mesh will provide you with fox protection.

What is the thickness of the wire? 1mm or 0.7mm?

Thanks

Thank you for your enquiry,

13mm netting is a 22g which is 0.7mm (+/- 10%).

What is the difference please between your chicken wire netting and your rabbit netting. Both are hot dipped but prices seem to differ for similar sizes.

Thank you for the e-mail.

Essentially, rabbit netting and chicken netting are the same product i.e. a woven wire netting with a hexagonal hole. The reason that one type of wire netting is categorised as “rabbit netting” is because it is the correct hole size and wire thickness for keeping out rabbits i.e. 31mm hole with an 18 or 19 gauge wire.

If you use one of the other chicken netting options then it is not as effective as the rabbit netting (this is because the 50mm hole is slightly too big, and the 25mm hole netting has a slightly thinner wire thickness).

The chicken wire netting and rabbit netting is woven using hot dipped galvanized wire i.e. it is galvanized before weaving.

I am looking for a mesh that will bend into shoes easily. What would you recommend....the fiberglass mesh looks interesting

Thank you for your enquiry.

The black fiberglass mesh insect mesh is quite a floppy product and so unless it is being attached to a structure I wouldn’t have thought that this would keep its shape (as it is not rigid).

Given that the application is a little outside of our field of expertise it is difficult to answer your question with any certainty. Having said that, customers in the past have used our 13mm hole chicken wire netting for creating sculptures.

can the 1200mm posts be used with the chicken 13mm netting rolls? thanks

Thank you for the enquiry.

The posts you have enquired about can be used with chicken wire netting, however this post type would need to be buried into the ground (it is a tubular steel post, and cannot be driven into the ground). The posts are 1800mm long, and so you would need to dig holes around 600mm deep if you are using the post with a 1200mm high fencing. Chicken wire netting can be clipped directly onto the spine of the post using our FP20 single clip tool and green rings. Please note that this post is only available in a green finish.

As an alternative, you could use our metal T-section posts. The T-section posts can be driven into the ground. For 1200mm high fencing we would suggest using the 1750mm T-section post. The chicken wire netting can be wired onto the post using some 1mm thick line wire. If you are using green PVC coated chicken netting then we can supply a green coated tie wire.

If you require any further information, then please do not hesitate to call us.

Hi, I'm looking to buy wire netting 13mm. Which of your tools should I consider for cutting the netting?

Thank you for your enquiry.

The tool to use for cutting galvanized wire netting would be the Aviation cutter.

Reviews

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Thank you mesh direct for prompt & excellent service. - by J.P. from Mansfield

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Thank you for a very fast delivery. Excellent service, well wrapped. - by M.B from Woodgreen

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New mesh received today and original one collected.
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- by A.N. from Oxon

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Got my fencing yesterday - how quick was that!
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Great service and great product.
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- by K.J. from Taunton

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