Wire mesh framed in angle iron with powder coated finish
FPZ-52 woven wire mesh wrapped around angle iron frame in powder coat finish
FPZ-46 wire mesh framed in stainless angle iron frame
M44-2 wire mesh frame in stainless angle iron frame with counter sunk holes for mounting
Stainless S-15 wire mesh framed in a plain steel angle and bar frame
Angle Iron Frame designed with custom mounting tabs
Custom Angle Iron frame in the shape of an oval
M33-2 wire mesh framed in stainless steel angle iron frames
Angle Iron

When properly executed, angle iron can be very effective in framing wire mesh. As a fundamental structural shape, angle iron is readily available in many different sizes and profiles.  It can be used to create a strong and suitable interface method.

The common configurations of using the Angle Iron frame style with wire mesh are “Standard”, “Bar and Angle”, and “Wrapped”. The “Standard” option is to weld the wire mesh to the backside of an Angle Iron perimeter. “The Bar and Angle” approach is a non-welded, friction-fit solution for mesh that is unable to be welded to the frame or for when an aesthetic makes the visible tails of the mesh less desirable. The “Wrapped” option is better suited for a tighter, slightly more opaque wire mesh where a frameless appearance is desired. In this configuration, the wire mesh is bent on a press brake and then positioned around the outside of the Angle Iron.

Call Banker to discuss the right configuration for your next project.

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Angle Iron - Standard
Angle Iron - Flat Bar
Angle Iron - Wrapped

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Angle Iron Mounting System

What You Should Know

  • Angle Iron can provide the stiffness needed when the size of the panel is extreme or the mesh being framed is not rigid enough.
  • Many different angle iron profiles are readily available to suit the desired look and function
  • The 90 degree angle finishes off the mesh from the front and provides a unique mounting opportunity along the return legs.
  • Angle iron creates a natural stand-off to a vertical surface when mounting it to a wall or casework.
  • A very useful strategy whether done in a shop environment or at the jobsite.  

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