We are a well-known Manufacturer and Supplier of high quality Expanded Metal. Fabricated using finest metal, Expanded Metal are stretched and raised into a diamond pattern. Due to its flexibility and availability in various sizes, Expanded Metal is used in various fields like filtration, walkways, ramps, and catwalks of all types. Expanded Metal in thicker size is used for partitioning and covering for security. Delivery of all orders on time and affordable prices are our priorities.
Details : Manufactured in Mild Steel (M.S.), Galvanized Iron (G.I.), Stainless Steel 304, 316 (S.S.) Aluminum (AL) from 0.5 mm opening to 50 mm opening in all possible thickness
Expanded Metal Style Designation : Expanded metal mesh products are designated by a series of numbers that identify a given style. The first number is the nominal diamond dimension Short Way of Design (SWD). The second number used in conjunction with the first number MAY specify the gauge of metal, weight per hundred square foot, or may have some other significance. Therefore, the word "GAUGE" SHOULD NEVER BE ADDED TO THE STYLE DESIGNATION. Grating products are designated by weight per square foot of the finished product.
Expanded Metal Strands :The individual slit metal strips, or slides of an expanded metal pattern. Strand thickness in standard expanded metal mesh is the gauge or thickness of the sheet or coil from which the expanded metal was produced. In flattened expanded metal, it is the overall thickness of the finished sheet. Strand width in standard expanded metal mesh is the amount of metal fed into the expanding machine, which is slit and stretched with each stroke of the upper die. In flattened expanded metal, it is as the name implies, the width
Percent Open Area :The amount of open area to determine the amount of light or air passage.
SWD :The distance from a point on a bond to a corresponding point on the following bond measured across the Short Way of Design. This distance is also sometimes referred as "pitch SWD".
LWD :The distance from a point on a bond to a corresponding point on the following bond measured across the Long Way of Design. This distance is also sometimes referred as "pitch LWD".