Architectural Wire Mesh

Your architectural wire mesh manufacturer

Banker Wire wire mesh for industrial and architectural wire mesh applications

Superior materials and 125 years of experience allow us to provide the perfect woven and welded wire mesh for your project. As the leading authority in the industry, we understand what you need at all stages of design and can provide you with all of the knowledge and documentation your project requires. In addition, our expansive range of products, customization, and installation options allow us to assist in the early stages of design to ensure that the end result is both beautiful and functional. We deliver a superior product and expertly engineered system for any need, at any scale.

Our Products and Systems

 

Banker Wire is a manufacturer and supplier of both rigid and flexible mesh for applications such as railing infill, enclosures, cladding, decorative mesh screens, facades, signage, and much more.

 

 

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Why Choose Wire Mesh?

As an extremely versatile material, mesh is ever-growing in popularity for use within a number of applications. Not only customizable, durable, and sustainable, architectural wire mesh is also available in thousands of patterns and a variety of engineered fastening systems. It’s the perfect medium to satisfy any project, no matter the function or aesthetic. We offer a wide variety of rigid and flexible woven wire mesh, as well as a selection of ornamental welded wire mesh for architectural applications. With more than 100 years of experience in wire mesh manufacturing, Banker Wire has the knowledge and product selection to achieve any budget or visual goal.

Secondary Finishes

Banker Wire offers a variety of Secondary Finishes that work well with our woven and welded wire mesh patterns through our outside vendors. Many of these finishes can be applied to help achieve a desired aesthetic for almost any project. We are happy to assist in the early design stages to identify the appropriate raw material and Secondary Finish for your needs. When appropriate, Banker Wire can also facilitate the specified finish and deliver the fabricate materials ready to install using our outside vendors.

Contact us to discuss your next project design goals.

Architectural Fabrication

Whether you want to form it, cut it, frame it, or install it in tension, Banker Wire has the capabilities, knowledge, and contacts to ensure your architectural project is a success. We have extensive experience and a large offering of fabrication options for both rigid and flexible mesh to help achieve any project goal. Banker will help you determine the right approach for mesh selection, fabrication, and framing or fastening technique to meet design needs and performance standards.

Continuing Education

Banker Wire offer a video-based continuing education course, Designing with Pre-Crimped Woven Wire Mesh. This course is eligible for 1 AIA HSW Credit or 0.1 IDCEC Credit.

Course Description: Designing with Pre-Crimped Woven Wire Mesh is a streaming video course that explores interior and exterior applications and functions for woven metal mesh products in architectural design. The course examines key functions of these materials, details the manufacturing process, and outlines critical specification considerations to ensure beautiful and long lasting installations.

See How It’s Made

Curious about how wire mesh is manufactured on a loom? The video on the right demonstrates how pre-crimped wire mesh is woven on both an automated and manual loom.

Individual lengths of wires are sent through a crimper to establish both warp wires (Long wires) and fill wires (Cross wires). The warp wires are individually positioned through the loom’s heddle frames. The heddle frames provide the movement that creates the “Shed” in which a cross wire will be inserted manually or automatically. Once the cross wire is in position, the loom’s sleigh will force it into the next available crimp pocket on the warp wires. Then, the heddle frames will reposition creating the “Over/Under” sequence.