Galvanized Hexagonal Wire Netting after Weaving for Chicken Fencing

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Introduction of 3/4 Inch Galvanized Hexagonal Wire Mesh before weaving for Chicken Fencing

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 3/4 Inch Galvanized Hexagonal Wire Mesh before weaving for Chicken Fencing

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 3/4 Inch Galvanized Hexagonal Wire Mesh before weaving for Chicken Fencing

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

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

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

 

Galvanized Hexagonal Wire Netting after Weaving for Chicken Fencing

Galvanized Hexagonal Wire Netting after Weaving for Chicken Fencing

Galvanized Hexagonal Wire Netting after Weaving for Chicken Fencing

 

Specification of Galvanized Hexagonal Wire Mesh

Mesh Opening

Wire Thickness

Width

inch

mm

bwg

mm

inch

m

3/8

10

27; 26; 25; 24; 23

0.40-0.63

12-48

0.3-1.2

1/2

13

27; 26; 25; 24; 23; 22; 21; 20

0.40-0.88

12-80

0.3-2.0

5/8

16

27; 26; 25; 24; 23; 22; 21; 20

0.40-0.88

12-48

0.3-1.2

3/4

19

27; 26; 25; 24; 23; 22; 21; 20

0.40-0.88

12-80

0.3-2.0

1

25

27; 26; 25; 24; 23; 22; 21; 20

0.40-0.88

12-80

0.3-2.0

1-1/4

30

24; 23; 22; 21; 20; 19; 18

0.56-1.25

12-48

0.3-1.2

1-1/2

40

23; 22; 21; 20; 19; 18

0.63-1.25

12-80

0.3-2.0

2

50

23; 22; 21; 20; 19; 18; 17

0.63-1.47

12-80

0.3-2.0

3

75

23; 22; 21; 20; 19; 18; 17; 16; 15

0.63-1.83

12-80

0.3-2.0

4

100

16; 15; 14; 13; 12

1.65-2.77

20-160

0.5-4.0

 

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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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3. How long can we receive the product after purchase?

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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