Place of Origin: Tianjin, China (Mainland)
Material: Black Wire Mesh
Type: Reinforced Mesh
Application: Woven Wire Mesh
Weave Style: Plain Weave
Wire Diameter: 3-12m
Technique: Welded Mesh
Model Number: welded mesh
Brand Name: AGY
Wire diameter: 3mm to 12mm
Line wire spacing: min100 mm. larger line wire spacing in steps of 50 mm
Cross wire spacing: min 25mm. above programmable in increments of 0.1 mm.
Wire mesh length: 500- 12000 mm
Wire mesh width: 500- 3300 mm
Packaging & Delivery
|Packaging Details:||Reinforcement Concrete Welded Wire Mesh Black Sheet Standard export package(with pallet) or as per customers' request|
|Delivery Detail:||Within 7 days|
Introduction to welding mesh
Welded steel wire mesh made from low carbon steel wire rods, which undergo a cold-rolling and straightening process,and then arranged vertically in proper spacing in the welding equipment both at line wires and at cross wires ,and joint together by mean of electric resistance spot-welding(also directly welded with hot-rolled wire rods ), turning into steel fabric mesh sheets.
TENSILE STRENGTH Mpa/(ksi)
|ELONGATION (Reduction of area)||SHEAR STRENGTH (N/mm2)||BEND TEST|
Standard Specification for Steelwire/Steel Welded Wire Reinforcement,Plain,for Concrete
|ASTM A 82M-07||≥550(80)||(Z≥30%)||-||D=2d|
|ASTM A185M-06 ≥φ3.15mm||≥515(75)||(Z≥30%)||≥241xSmax||D=2d|
Steel Wire for the Reinforcement of
Steel Fabric for the Reinforcement of
|B500A||≤650||Agt≥2.5 (ifd<8mm,≥1.0)< td="">||≥125xSmax||D=4d|
Steel for the Reinforcement of
Concrete-Weldable Reinforcing Stee
|B500A||≤650||Agt≥2.5% (ifd<8mm,≥1.0)< td="">||≥121xSmax|| if d≤16(D=4d) if d>16(D=7d)|
Steel Reinforcing Materials
Steel Fabric for the Reinforcement of
|Square Mesh AS/NZS 4671- Class L|
|Product Code ||Std Unit||Longitudinal Wires||Cross Wires||Mass(kg)||Dimensions(m)|
|SL52|| sheet|| 10×4.77@200+4×4@100|| 30×4.77@200|| 21|| 6×2.4|
|SL62|| sheet|| 10×6@200+4×4.77@100|| 30×6@200|| 33|| 6×2.4|
|SL72|| sheet|| 10×6.75@200+4×4@100|| 30×6.75@200|| 41|| 6×2.4|
|SL81|| sheet|| 25×7.6@100|| 60×7.6@200|| 105|| 6×2.4|
|SL82|| sheet|| 10×7.6@200+4×5.37@100|| 30×7.6@200|| 52|| 6×2.4|
|SL92|| sheet|| 10×8.6@200+4×6@100|| 30×8.6@200|| 66|| 6×2.4|
|SL102|| sheet|| 10×9.5@200+4×6.75@100|| 30×9.5@200|| 80|| 6×2.4|
|×Diameter (mm) × Spacing (mm) |
|Rectangular Mesh AS/NZS 4671 - Class L|
|Product Code||Std Unit||Longitudinal Wires||Cross Wires||Mass(kg)||Dimensions(m)|
AGY can produce not only the mesh according to the national standard of Welded steel fabric for the reinforcement of concrete(GB/T1499.3-2010) but also the products compliance with the AS/NZS 4671:2001 (Australian and New Zealand standard), BS4483 (English standard), DIN488 (Germany standard), SIA 16211 S 550(Switzerland standard) and NFA35-016 (France standard) etc.
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