Industrial Woven Wire Mesh

Your industrial wire mesh manufacturing partner

Banker Wire is your quality driven manufacturing partner for industrial “Pre-Crimped” woven wire mesh. With the largest manufacturing capability in the industry, Banker Wire provides unmatched quality at an unbeatable value. Nowhere else will you find manufacturing flexibility, precision and dedicated customer service like you receive when working with us.

We Are Wire Mesh

Banker Wire was established in 1896. When you practice a craft consistently for over 120 years, you become an expert in it. With our knowledge, experience, and dedication to efficiency, we are the go-to manufacturer of wire mesh.

Our products are manufactured to order and made to size, allowing us to provide you with the best quality at the best value. No request is too large or too small. With thousands of patterns, enormous range of in stock raw materials, nearly unlimited customization options, fabrication, and in-house tooling, we can meet all of your wire mesh needs.

Woven wire mesh manufacturing process starts with a hand sample to make sure the crimper setting are just right.
Banker Wire manufactures thousands of industrial woven wire mesh specifications to the quantity and size that is requested by the customer

Industrial Woven Wire Mesh Products

Our manufacturing capabilities of “Pre-Crimped” industrial woven wire mesh products is extensive. Specializing in coarse pre-crimped wire mesh from 8 mesh to 6” clear opening, the combinations of wire spacing, crimp style, raw material, and wire diameter is nearly limitless. Weaving widths of up to 120”, we offer “Woven to size” capabilities in either sheets or rolls.

Our product page displays detailed technical information with the ability to sort through the individual wire mesh specifications to help identify the right mesh for your needs. Please keep in mind that we can manufacture many additional mesh configurations than what is on the list. Please contact our sales department and we will be happy to help you. In house tool making allows us to create a mesh specification that does not yet exist typically within only a few days.

Feel free to contact us, toll free 1-800-523-6772 or by email at [email protected], and one of our customer service agents will be happy to help you.

Our Equipment

In addition to weaving on the loom to the dimensions you specify, Banker Wire offers many additional services that may be beneficial to your operations.

  • Banker Wire operates 15 wire mesh looms with all-encompassing capabilities to handle both large and small jobs. 120” wide weaving capabilities.
  • Shearing up to 14′ wide
  • Laser Cutting up to 60″ x 120″
  • Wire mesh bending and forming on press brakes up to 14′ wide.
  • Welding and perimeter fabricating.

We are your wire mesh manufacturing partner. Contact us today to learn how we can help you. Toll free at 1-800-523-6772 or by email at [email protected]

Raw Materials

Banker Wire maintains the largest selection of raw materials to support your needs. Our selected inventory of wire comes from vendors that always meet our high standards of quality and consistency. Every production run records and uses materials that are inspected and certified prior to manufacturing. Wire mill certificates of compliance are always available upon request, free of charge. Below you’ll find a list of our current available raw materials.

  • Stainless Steels
  • High Nickel Alloys
  • Plain Steel
  • Galfan®
  • Weathering Steel
  • Pre-Galvanized
  • Abrasion Resistant
  • Aluminum
  • Bronze
  • Brass
  • Copper
  • Titanium

All of the products we manufacture are in a bare, mill-finished condition. Secondary finishes may sometimes be desired to protect the mesh or to enhance a desired performance or aesthetic. We can facilitate the process of secondary finishes such as powder coating and plating if required.

See How Woven Wire Mesh Is Made

Curious about how wire mesh is manufactured on a loom? The video on the left 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.