Size & Applications
||Bird Feeders, Small Animal Hutches, Rodent-proofing, Air & Water Intakes, Sculptures, Constructions, Industrial applications
||Bakery Baskets, Degreasing Baskets, Cooling Trays, Fruit Cages, Sculptures, Bird Aviaries & Protection
||Baskets, Cooling Trays, Bird Screens, Racking & Storage, Sculptures
|Material & Construction
||Grade 304 stainless steel (AKA. inox, the alloy containing 18% chromium & 8% nickel).
||Aesthetically attractive, smooth finish, metallic grey, silver look.
||Strong material that holds its shape. Cut with tin snips.
||Does not need any coating or paint to protect it, thus requiring very little maintenance.
|Not suitable for…
- Boundary demarcation and security fencing – Use chain link fence instead.
- Insect-proofing – Use something with smaller holes instead, such as insect netting.
- Infill panel & railing systems
- Industrial fan & machine guards
- Animal retention (cages)
- Small critter control
- Decorative signage
- Room dividers
- Wall cladding
- Ceiling panels
- Air vents & soffit screens
- Basket fabrication
- Food applications
- Racking & storage
- Aviary & bird screen
- Industrial separation
How can I join two pieces of stainless steel mesh together?
You can use line wire and thread it between two overlapped sections or connect them with cable ties or hog rings.
Will rodents or birds be able to chew or claw through the mesh?
No, the material is too strong, making it adequate for protection against rodents, as well as building animal cages and enclosures.
Is the material suitable for use in the healthcare or food industry?
Yes, it’s made of grade 304 stainless alloy, also known as inox, providing a high corrosion resistance as well as strength and hygiene properties.