Welded meshes are made up of overlaid wires at right angles to each other, joined by spot-welding. Depending on the distance between the wires in the two directions and their diameter, it is possible to obtain square or rectangular meshes with variable levels of stiffness and strength.
These meshes can be made from all metal materials and alloys that can be drawn into wire, such as carbon steel, stainless steels, Nickel-chromium alloys, pure metals.
Welded meshes can be supplied in rolls of various widths and in flat shaped panels.
They are used in various fields of application, such as the construction, mechanical and food sectors.