Wire Mesh 13mm x 13mm 19g
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Height 90cm (3ft)

90cm high x 15m roll

 
Imperial Measurements : (3ft x 49ft)
 
Code: BA4(W12)
 

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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 19g wire is thicker than a 20g wire.

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90cm high x 30m roll

 
Imperial Measurements : (3ft x 98ft)
 
Code: BA1(W25)
 

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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 19g wire is thicker than a 20g wire.

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£98.49inc VAT

38 In stock

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Height 1.2m (4ft)

1.2m high x 15m roll

 
Imperial Measurements : (4ft x 49ft)
 
Code: BA5(W15)
 

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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 19g wire is thicker than a 20g wire.

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£72.00inc VAT

10 In stock

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1.2m high x 30m roll

 
Imperial Measurements : (4ft x 98ft)
 
Code: BA3(W31)
 

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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 19g wire is thicker than a 20g wire.

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£126.49inc VAT

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Height 2m (6ft 8 Inch)

2m high x 10m roll

 
Imperial Measurements : (6ft 8 inch x 32ft)
 
Code: BA2(W22)
 

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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 19g wire is thicker than a 20g wire.

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Our 19g welded wire mesh is hot dipped galvanized, and is sourced from high quality manufacturers. Welded wire mesh has a square hole, which provides more structure than chicken wire netting.

This product is a lightweight welded wire mesh, which is primarily used for bird protection. This makes it the ideal choice for fruit cages, and aviaries for small birds. The mesh is also a good choice for small animal enclosures such as rabbit runs and chicken enclosures (for fox proof enclosures please select a medium-weight mesh), and for general garden use and lightweight fencing applications. 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. The mesh has a hot dipped galvanized finish to protect against rusting.

Specification


  • Material: Mild Steel.

  • Finish: Hot dipped galvanized.

  • Hole size: 13mm (1/2 inch).

  • Wire thickness: 19 gauge (1mm).

  • Weight per square metre: Approx. 850 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; 1830mm (6ft) high; 2032mm (80 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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I am making an outside bird aviary and have no idea what kind of wire to use.

The birds will be cockatiels and budgies I would like it to be strong without costing me more than the birds.

Thank-you

Thank you for the enquiry.

For small birds, such as budgies and cockatiels, you would normally use a 13mm x 13mm welded mesh with a 19g wire, or a 13mm x 25mm hole with a 19g wire.

Although these meshes are not a heavyweight mesh (i.e. they can be easily bent with your hands), they are the most common mesh used for small bird aviaries.

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.

Are the fence pliers suitable for cutting 13mm x 13mm 19 gauge wire mesh fencing?

Thank you for your enquiry.

The Fence plier is suitable for cutting 19 gauge wire mesh. If you are only planning to use this product to cut 19 gauge wire mesh, I would suggest using the wire mesh and netting cutter as it will be easier to use.

Is this mesh able to stop rats chewing through?

Dear Mr Celis,

You will need a thicker wire to stop a rat from chewing through. We would suggest using either a 19mm x 19mm 16 gauge mesh (link to 19 x 19, 16g) or a 13mm x 13mm 16 gauge mesh (link to 13 x 13, 16g).

Alternatively, if you want to stop both rats and mice you will need a 6mm x 6mm hole with a 0.8mm thick wire (link to 6mm x 6mm). Please note that you would need to select the 915mm x 10m roll with the 0.8mm thick wire to stop rats (product code IA3).

Kind regards

What galvanized wire mesh would you recommend to put in to soffits, eaves to stop birds going in to a loft?
Thank you

Thank you for your enquiry.

The product that we would suggest to stop birds getting in to lofts would be 13mm x 13mm 19g galvanized welded mesh.

Please Advise. The problem I have is to find a long-term solution for moles in the lawn. Please advise regarding which wire would be most suitable to be laid between the soil immediately underneath the turf of the lawn. Objective is to prevent the mole travelling through the topsoil layer, creating uneven ground followed by unsightly molehills. The area that need to be covered is approximately 30 m x 10 m.

Thank you for the enquiry.

Typically, you would use a 13mm x 13mm hole welded mesh in a 19 gauge wire to prevent moles.

If you require any further assistance, then please don’t hesitate to e-mail or call on 01782 820 970.

Hi, I'm looking for a 30m roll of galvanised wire mesh for one of our engineers to use outdoors to keep leaves out of the machinery. Could you advise on which one would be best?

Thank you for the enquiry.

In order to stop leaves, customers would tend to use a mesh with a 13mm x 13mm hole.

The 13mm x 13mm is available in either a lightweight mesh (13mm x 13mm 19 gauge wire) or medium weight mesh (13mm x 13mm 16 gauge wire).

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, 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.

Reviews

Really pleased

Thank you, I'm really pleased with the mesh. - by S.J. from Grimsby

Will recommend to everyone

thanks very much,
speedy delivery, lovely helpful chatty sales person will recommend to everyone
thanks

- by J.M from Halifax

Many thanks

Many thanks for the prompt delivery. Just have to wait for cooler weather for fruit cage construction!

Cheers
- by R.O. from Berkleley

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Thank you. And thank you for fulfilling my order so quickly. - by A.B from Horsham

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Many thanks – all arrived safely. - by S.W from Essex

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