Large openings in this Las Vegas parking garage were filled with FPZ-16 wire mesh constructed with Galfan wire. Galfan wire is a special alloy galvanized wire with a diameter ranges from 1.24mm to 5.5mm. Because of Galfan’s superior corrosion resistance, it was chosen as an alternative to stainless steel. A “Desert Sand” powder coat was applied as the final finish to blend in with its surroundings.
Even though the FPZ-16 is a large scale wire mesh, the appearance of the pattern becomes quite fine from the viewers perspective on the ground. Banker Wire can scale the wire mesh to suit the performance and appearance desired for your next wire mesh parking garage design.
FPZ-16 features flat top warp. Additionally, its plain crimp fill creates this large scale woven wire mesh that is suitable for all types of architectural applications. From railing infill panels to large span parkade panels, the FPZ-16 is strong and adaptable to many different design budgets. See more architectural woven wire mesh projects here, in our project portfolio.
Additional projects that include FPZ-16 include the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Walkways project, the University of Pittsburgh at Greenburg project, and the Woven Wire Mesh Benches project. Learn more about these projects by viewing the FPZ-16 information page here.