Galvanized Hexagonal Wire Netting-3/4 Inch for Chicken and Farm

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Introduction of Galvanized Hexagonal Wire Mesh for Farm and Chicken House

Galvanized Hexagonal Wire Mesh is made of by high quality galvanized wire, Low carton steel wire, stainless steel wire, iron wire, Galvanized steel wire.

Application of Galvanized Hexagonal Wire Mesh for Farm and Chicken House

Galvanized Hexagonal Wire Mesh is widely used in industrial and agricultural constructions, Rockwool, fence for poultry cage, fishing cage, playground fence and Christmas decorations

Surface treatment of Galvanized Hexagonal Wire Mesh for Farm and Chicken House

a. Black (mild steel wire)

b. Electro galvanized, (galvanized before welding, galvanized after welding)

c. Hot dip galvanized, (galvanized before welding, galvanized after welding)

d. Stainless Steel Wire

Advantage of Galvanized Hexagonal Wire Mesh for Farm and Chicken House

Our Galvanized Hexagonal Wire Mesh has strong corrosion-resisting and oxidation-resisting, stable shape, clean ends, good packing with good quality and rock bottom price.

Packing of Galvanized Hexagonal Wire Mesh for Farm and Chicken House

1. Waterproof paper then PVC shrinked

2. PVC shrinked only

3. Black waterproof paper only

4. Waterproof paper then metal/wooden pallet

5. Plastic film then carton

(Also as your request. )

Pictures of Galvanized Hexagonal Wire Mesh for Farm and Chicken House

Galvanized Hexagonal Wire Netting-3/4 Inch for Chicken and Farm

Galvanized Hexagonal Wire Netting-3/4 Inch for Chicken and Farm

Galvanized Hexagonal Wire Netting-3/4 Inch for Chicken and Farm

 

Specification of Galvanized Hexagonal Wire Mesh

Standard Welded Wire Mesh (in 30m length, Width of 0.5m-1.8m)

Mesh

Wire Gauge (BWG)

Inch

MM

1/4" x 1/4"

6.4mm x 6.4mm

22-24

3/8" x 3/8"

10.6mm x 10.6mm

19-22

1/2" x 1/2"

12.7mm x 12.7mm

16-23

5/8" x 5/8"

16mm x 16mm

18-21,

3/4" x 3/4"

19.1mm x 19.1mm

16-21

1" x 1/2"

25.4mm x 12.7mm

16-21

1-1/2" x 1-1/2"

38mm x 38mm

14-19

1" x 2"

25.4mm x 50.8mm

14-16

2" x 2"

50.8mm x 50.8mm

12-16

1/4" x 1/4"

6.4mm x 6.4mm

12-16

Welded Fencing Mesh (in 30m Length, Width of 0.5m -1.8m)

Mesh

Wire Gauge (BWG)

Inch

MM

2" x 3"

50mm x 75mm

1.65-2.5mm

3" x 3"

75mm x 756mm

1.65-2.75mm

2" x 4"

50mm x 100mm

2.1-2.9mm

4" x 4"

100mm x 100mm

2.0mm,2.5mm

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1. What is the storage condition?

The Galvanized Hexagonal Wire Mesh should be stored at room temperature and kept from wet and heat source.

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In the purchase of product within four working days, we will arrange the factory delivery as soon as possible. The specific time of receiving is related to the state and position of customers. Commonly 7 to 10 working days can be served.

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Q:How to insulate the space between the roof pitch and ceiling/wall in my older home?
Loose fill cellulose can be blown into your attic. I don't know if I understand the protrusions that you are describing but if you can freely blow the cellulose fiber into this space it should serve as a good insulation. You don't want to poke it in with a stick because you don't want to compress it. If you cannot blow this product directly into the space, you would be better off stuffing it lightly with fiberglass batting. Just don't cram it too tightly. It needs to be loose to be most effective.
Q:a roof that is built with the insulation covering the waterproof membrain is ?
Not done properly.
Q:Is it true that aluminium foil between insulation and roof covering will prevent aliens from observing you?
Make a hat out of tin foil like some of the people in the mental hospital do. No roofer in his right mind would go near your house if you tell him this outlandish story you claim to be circulating about space invaders. Mentally unstable people tend to scare normal folks away in droves, see a therapist or get a new joke writer because I'm not buying it either.
Q:Can you put fiberglass insulation on the under side of roof tiles in the loft in the house?
You should not be able to see your roof tiles from inside your house. So no, it can not be done. You can attach insulation to the rafters if that is what you meant.
Q:Can I install rigid insulation between roof decking and shingles on a sloped roof?
No. The shingles are applied directly to the decking (over felt paper). Nailing through rigid insulation will either cause dips from driving the occaisional nail too far, or the shingles won't be nailed down tight and will blow off in the wind. Insulate under the decking.
Q:Can I ask my landlord to put better insulation in the roof?
You can ask and I'm sure the landlord would be happy to have more insulation installed at your expense. There are many factors which contribute to heat loss including how much thermal mass in the home (furnishings, etc.) and how well it absorbs heat, the type of flooring, how well your basement/crawl space is insulated, cold leaks through windows and doors, chimneys, and so on. Then there is the outside ambient temperature to factor in. Personally, I think 4 degrees in 4 hours is very little heat loss. But, that would depend upon what the outside temperature was. Added: The far bedroom is probably the furthest from your heating source. If you have hot water radiant heat and a basement that won't freeze during the toughest times, you can insulate the heating pipes if not already done. Wrapping with newspaper is a cost-effective way of doing it and since the pipe will never get to 451F, there is no danger of it igniting. However, no matter what, the furthest away from the heat source is going to be the coldest. If "far corner" is N, NE, W NW, those are the coldest spots on a house during winter due to lack of sunlight. Here's a tip from my serviceman -- don't turn your furnace too low during the night. There is a break-even point where the energy used to heat up the environment is equal to the energy saved by keeping it at a lower temperature. The range is about 8 degrees on average, but that's here in the NE. This bore out very well last year during a bitterly cold winter that started in October and went well into May when I kept the heat "cranked up" higher at night. I used less fuel than I did the year before, which only had 6 months of normal winter. I used to turn it down to 55 at night, but I turned it down to 62 from 70. I was seriously overdoing it thinking I was doing me and the environment a favor :)
Q:We are putting a tin roof cap. Do we put some sort of insulation/stripping under the tin roof cap?
I'm assuming your talking about a ridge cap normally you would seal it in with tar or polyurethane caulk and put your shingles over it
Q:I want to install roof insulation at my house?
No blowing in some insulation will help but putting insulation against the roof wont help. the attic area is supposed to breath to avoid condensation and overheating. The only thing you would put on the roof side would be to help cooling in summer since the shingles heat up the wood underneath and heats the attic, which then works down through the ceiling.
Q:Is it good to get cavity wall / roof insulation in the summer?
please stop worrying.your house will be warmer,but not hot.it is also a good idea to open your windows for at least 20 mins a day to allow claen/fresh air to circulate.you are correct in doing the job now though.
Q:If you are putting a new roof on, shouldn't you put new insulation in?
I think everyone is misunderstanding your question. I think what you are saying is that your insulation got wet, becasue of your roof leaking. The roofer wants to replace the roof but not the insulation. If your talking about an insulation board under the roof then I think your roofer is right. Just put a new roof on. If you talking about some kind of fiberglass batt insulation then it probably should be replaced.

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