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Green PVC coated 50 x 50mm Holes 12 Gauge
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Height 90cm (3ft)

90cm high x 12.5m roll

Imperial Measurements : (3ft x 41ft)
Code: FB2(W19)

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Our green PVC coated wire mesh has a fully galvanized core wire underneath the plastic coating. The core wire under the PVC coating is approx. 2.5mm thick.

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£98.98inc VAT

18 In stock

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Height 1.2m (4ft)

1.2m high x 12.5m roll

Imperial Measurements : (4ft x 41ft)
Code: FB1(W24)

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Our green PVC coated wire mesh has a fully galvanized core wire underneath the plastic coating. The core wire under the PVC coating is approx. 2.5mm thick.

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£129.99inc VAT

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Our green PVC coated wire mesh has a fully galvanized core wire under the plastic coating, and is sourced from high quality manufacturers. The green PVC finish transforms the mesh into an attractive and inconspicuous fencing for your garden.

This product is a heavy-weight welded wire mesh, which is ideal for enclosures for medium to large dogs. It is also a great choice for fencing and security applications. The 12 gauge core wire (approx. 2.5mm thick) under the PVC coating provides the mesh with a lot of rigidity and strength. This is the same specification wire used on 12 gauge 8ft x 4ft panels. The galvanized core wire protects against rusting.


  • Material: Mild Steel and PVC.

  • Finish: Electro-galvanized core wire, green PVC coating.

  • Hole size: 50mm (2 inch).

  • Wire thickness: Core wire 2.5mm thick.

  • Weight per square metre: Approx. 1600 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: 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.

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hi there what posts are best for the dog mesh? thanks

Thank you for your enquiry. We stock green coated steel posts which need to be concreted into the ground. The dog mesh can be connected directly onto the posts with a clip tool and rings.

You may also wish to tension some 2.5mm line wire along the fence for added strength. In order to tension line wire, you will need to use strutted end posts which are available from our website and are sold complete with the neccesary fittings.
If using wooden posts you will need to add struts to the end posts and eye-bolts drilled through the end posts to tension the wire. You will also need a method of attaching the fencing to the line wire once it has been tensioned – you can use a clip-tool or hog-ring pliers with some hog-rings.

I have just bought a 12.5 Meter roll of 50mm mesh fencing from you.

Just two things: First: delivery speed and quality were/are brilliant.

Second: it is 2" mesh not 50 mm so I have had to re-drill all the location holes for this netting.

I wish you had specified it was 2 inch on the web, and I could have worked accordingly

Dear Mr Smith,

Thank you for the e-mail.

It is usual with wire mesh hole sizes to refer to the 2” x 2” welded mesh as 50mm x 50mm. Given that the metric conversion of 2” is 50.8mm, this measurement is typically rounded down to 50mm. However, I’m sorry that the slight variance between the metric and imperial measurement has caused you an inconvenience with your drilling.

We very much appreciate your feedback, and as a result I will add the imperial measurements into the product information on the website. We currently only state the imperial hole size at the hole size selection page.

This galvanised mesh looks like what I need to puppy proof my garden. what fence posts would I need to buy to fit it to and how many for a 17m stretch of garden?

Dear Catriona,

Thank-you for the enquiry.

In terms of posts, we can offer two options, as follows:

Option 1: Metal t-section posts

This is a steel post designed to be driven into the ground. For a 1m high fence you would need the 1500mm long post, or for a 1.2m high fence you would need the 1750mm long post. I would suggest a post every 1.5 to 2m (therefore, 10 to 12 posts for a 17m run). You can secure the mesh to the posts by wiring it on with some of our 1mm thick tie wire, alternatively you could use cable ties, which we have available in either plastic or stainless steel.

The t-section post is a driving post, and so can be driven into the ground. This can be the preferred approach where the fence is positioned right up against a hedge, where it is difficult to dig holes to concrete posts in.

Option 2: Tubular steel posts

If you would prefer to concrete your posts in, then we also offer our European made green powder coated tubular post system. You will need to bury these posts and concrete them into the ground. The mesh can be clipped directly onto the spine of the post using our FP20 single clip tool (you need the single clip tool rather than the auto-loading tool), and a packet of hog rings.

Please note, that we only offer this post system in a green finish. Therefore, you may wish to use our green PVC coated welded mesh if you decide on this post system (we offer a medium-weight green mesh with a 75mm x 50mm hole, or a heavy-weight mesh with a 50mm x 50mm hole).

Kind regards,

Mesh Direct

We are looking for green material mesh like sheets

Hi, thanks for the message. All of our green mesh is available on a roll. However, we do offer a heavy-duty green PVC coated mesh which is quite panel-like once unrolled and flattened. It has a 50mm x 50mm hole.

Hi - 12 SWG is approx 2.5 mm dia. If it comes in a roll, is it bendy? I need it quite stiff. Thanks

Thank you for the enquiry.

The core wire under the PVC coating is 2.5mm thick, and so it is a reasonably rigid mesh. Although the mesh is machine rolled (and so it does bend), it takes a bit of effort to bend the mesh, and it is not flimsy.

You will find that the mesh has a curve to it once it is unrolled, due to the rolling process. However, with a bit of back rolling and flattening the mesh will be quite panel-like.


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We are processing and dispatching orders as normal, and orders are usually dispatched either the same day or the next Working Day. Due to high pressures on all courier networks, some delays and split deliveries may be possible (please allow up to 2 Working Days for Express Deliveries and up to 4 Working Days for Standard Deliveries, excluding weekends and Bank Holidays). A slightly longer lead time may apply to certain postcodes, but this will be made clear in the Delivery Options at the Checkout. 

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 Delivery service 1 to 2 Working Days (any order over £60.00) - £6.98 per order (currently unavailable to certain Scottish postcodes)

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

Express Delivery service 1 to 2 Working Days (any order under £60.00) - £12.98 per order (currently unavailable to certain Scottish postcodes)

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

An Express Delivery service 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

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Any order under £ 60.00, delivery charge £29.98
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