Stainless Steel Wire Mesh

Stainless steel is an alloy which is highly resistant to rusting, and is therefore longer lasting than galvanized or PVC coated wire mesh. If you are located near to the sea or in an area of high pollution then stainless steel (particularly Grade 316 stainless steel) is a good choice, as these are factors that can accelerate corrosion. Stainless steel is also often used in the food industry.

We offer a large range of products in a number of different hole sizes, wire thicknesses, and dimensions to ensure that you can find the perfect mesh for your application. We carry in stock:

  • Woven stainless steel (the wires are woven over and under each other);
  • Welded wire mesh (the wires are welded together);
  • Wire netting (the wires are twisted together to form a hexagonal shape).

If you have any difficulty in deciding on which is the ideal mesh for you, then our sales team will be more than happy to help. Please don't hesitate to contact us.

Stainless Steel Wire Mesh
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    We offer a large range of woven stainless steel mesh sold by the metre.

    Stainless steel provides the highest resistance to rusting, and lasts for decades.

    Light-weight stainless steel fencing with a woven hexagonal hole.

    A range of stainless steel welded mesh panels 2.4m x 1.2m (8ft x 4ft).

    Dutch weave stainless steel, also known as Hollander mesh.

    Check our selection of off-cut pieces of woven mesh for a suitable size.

Stainless steel is an alloy which is highly resistant to rusting, and is therefore longer lasting than galvanized or PVC coated wire mesh. If you are located near to the sea or in an area of high pollution then stainless steel (particularly Grade 316 stainless steel) is a good choice, as these are factors that can accelerate corrosion. Stainless steel is also often used in the food industry.

We offer a large range of products in a number of different hole sizes, wire thicknesses, and dimensions to ensure that you can find the perfect mesh for your application. We carry in stock:

  • Woven stainless steel (the wires are woven over and under each other);
  • Welded wire mesh (the wires are welded together);
  • Wire netting (the wires are twisted together to form a hexagonal shape).

If you have any difficulty in deciding on which is the ideal mesh for you, then our sales team will be more than happy to help. Please don't hesitate to contact us.