Thanks to the weaving of the wires post galvanization, Weld Meshes often act like indestructible fortress walls, making them ideal for construction or industrial sites with heavy machinery and bulky raw materials. Moreover, the v-bends in the weld mesh panel adds additional stability to the fence against wind loads, thereby eliminating any waviness.
Weldmesh fences, also known as mesh fencing are made of high-quality steel wires that are electrically welded together to make mesh-like grids. Because of their structure, they are strong inbuilt, and climb-free as there are very few spaces in between the grids. They are also considered more durable as compared to woven fences. They are easy to install, have the capability to endure more pressure, anti-cut, and anti-break due to their welded formation.
Weldmesh fences are considered quite strong for the way they are made, this is why they are mostly used in high-security zones like a prison and nuclear facilities, etc. Apart from that, they are also used for the demarcation of agricultural land, security cages and fences, construction sites, factories, warehouses, sculptors, and animal enclosures.
Weldmesh fences are surely more weather friendly as compared to many other fences. This is because of its durable finish and enough space for air or wind to pass through. This reduces the pressure on the fence even when installed in areas where the climate is prone to strong winds. This makes them last longer with minimum maintenance.
One of the key factors that make weldmesh fences so common is the kind of visibility they provide apart from being strong and durable. There is enough space in between grids to see through clearly and so they are also used in places like sports stadiums, schools, business units, etc.
Apart from being safe and durable, weld mesh fences can be made aesthetically pleasing as well by using different kinds of coatings and colours.