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Steel MeshIn modern construction, welded wire reinforcement steel mesh is the go-to material for concrete reinforcement. This high-tensile wire steel mesh is spot welded into square or rectangular mesh mats prefabricated for use in concrete elements. It undergoes electro- and hot-dipped galvanisation to give it a corrosion-resistant quality and durability for extended use. Concrete reinforcement welded steel mesh sheets comprise wire or rebar pieces welded together, forming a grid pattern. Reinforced steel mesh is used in a wide range of structures, including airport runways, beams and column floors, box culverts, bridge decks, concrete pavements, dock floors, roofs, walls, tunnel linings, prefabricated components and other industrial and civil housing components.
Benefits of steel meshWelded steel mesh offers not only manifold applications but also several benefits:
- Superior project quality: Welded steel mesh comprises high-quality cold-rolled ribbed steel bars manufactured through an automated intelligent production line, ensuring the product adheres to specific mesh number, diameter, spacing and industry standards. This not only ensures product consistency and quality but also safety in the buildings where it is used.
- Strength and durability: Characterised by superior rigidity, welding joint strength and a good amount of elasticity and shear strength, high-quality reinforced steel mesh ensures the load is equally distributed across the concrete structure where it is used. Moreover, it improves the internal quality of reinforced concrete and its bond strength, thereby preventing the formation of fissures or cracks.
- Building efficiency: The use of factory-welded steel mesh reduces onsite production work significantly when compared with manual tying. This also addresses the practical challenges posed by narrow construction sites, as well as the noise pollution generated by steel straightening activities when manual tying is being done.