Chicken wire mesh
Chicken wire with flexibility structure for plaster - no injury
Chicken wire has specific properties for plastering use. Chicken wire mesh is formed by twisting two adjacent wires at least four times, forming a strong honeycomb mesh structure. So, it has a high strength and durability. Even if a place is cut off, it will not lead to the entire chicken mesh structure destroyed. When using for plastering, plaster layer and the reinforcing metal layer have different thermal expansion coefficient. Therefore, subject to extreme changes in temperature, chicken wire (durable twisted woven mesh - no rigid mesh) is more acceptable for plastering than welded wire mesh or expanded metal. Using it when plastering effectively prevents plaster layer drying out and cracking.
Its hexagonal shape prevents the formation of internal stresses. Due to its flexibility structure, chicken wire is convenient for mounting on curved and angled surfaces. Its other benefits are twisted mesh improved corrosion resistance and no risk of injury at work. As its special physical and mechanical properties, chicken wire is perfectly suited for reinforcement plastering in construction, reinforcement waterproofing, leveling floors and facade work.
- Chicken wire for plaster is available in different materials, mesh size, and wire diameter.
- Materials: galvanized low carbon wire, annealed wire.
- Mesh size (distance between the faces of the hexagon ) from 13 to 50mm.
- The diameter of the wire mesh from 0.6 to 2.0mm.
- Delivered in rolls, roll width 1m to 2.5m and roll length 50m, 100m, 200m.