Diamond or hexagon grating
Hexagon wire grating is widely used to make economical fencing for animals, and is commonly known as “chicken wire”. But it is also often used in masonry and gardening as a support.
They are very often made of hot-dip galvanised steel, sometimes with a green plastic coating (19 mm mesh).
They have hexagonal meshes of 13 / 16 /19 / 25 / 31 / 41 / 51 mm.
The wire diameter is 0.7 mm.
They are available in heights (or widths) of 0.50 to 2.00 m (depending on the mesh).
They are sold in rolls of 10 and 50 m (depending on mesh and height).
Diamond grating is widely used to make economical garden fences. They are usually made of hot-dip galvanised steel or plastic-coated steel (double protection), generally green colour, but also available in other colours.
They have a 50 mm mesh. Quality varies according to the diameter of the wire, between 1.8 and 2.7 mm. They are available in heights from 0.80 to 2.00 m. They are sold in rolls of 25 m.
However, thanks to its flexibility, diamond grating is also often used for protection (falling stones, stained glass, lifting machine aprons, etc.), decorative cladding and separation.
They are available in a wide range of mesh and wire combinations.
Mesh can be square, diamond-shaped or round, starting from 3 mm and going up to 100 mm. Wires can be made of galvanised steel, stainless steel (all grades), copper, brass, etc. and have a diameter of 1 to 4 mm. Edges are welded or looped
These products are made to measure. Any size is possible.