Welded Wire Mesh

Your Welded Wire Mesh
Manufacturing Partner

 

Banker Wire is your quality-driven manufacturing partner for welded wire mesh. Our commitment to excellence, innovation, and value is the foundation of our company. That’s why we only manufacture products that meet the highest industry standards of quality. Banker’s welded wire mesh is suitable for both architectural and industrial applications. Our state-of-the-art grid welding equipment creates an almost limitless range of product choices. We configure wire alloys, spacing size, wire diameter, and edge trimming options to meet each customer’s requirements.  Our manufacturing flexibility, variety, and precision are unmatched.

All Banker Wire employee take great care to provide the highest quality welded wire mesh possible.

Welded Wire Products

Banker Wire’s list of welded wire mesh products is extensive. Every pattern is customizable, allowing us to provide you with the mesh that best fits your needs. We make all welded mesh panels to order per each customer’s specification. With the combinations of spacings, openings, and wire diameter, the options are nearly endless.

Our Wire Mesh Finder features a detailed table with a dynamic set of filters. This tool will help you identify the right welded mesh for your industrial needs.

The Ornamental Products page displays an assortment of large-scale patterns. These products are ideal for architectural applications and decorative designs.

 

If you don’t find the welded wire mesh that you’re looking for, our sales staff is happy to help.

Materials for Welded Wire Mesh

Banker Wire maintains the largest selection of Raw Materials for welded wire mesh.  Our selected inventory of wire comes from vendors that always meet our high standards of quality and consistency. To provide our customers with the best product options, we offer a variety of materials for use in both standard and ornamental patterns. Our welded wire mesh is available in:

  • Stainless Steel  Stainless Steels
  • Galfan  Galfan®
  • Pre-galvanized  Pre-Galvanized
  • Plain Steel  Plain Steel
  • Weathering Steel  Weathering Steel

Banker Wire manufactures all products in a bare, mill-finished condition. This process supports our goal to produce superior welded wire mesh efficiently, bringing you the best value possible. Every production run records and uses materials that are inspected and certified before manufacturing. Wire mill certificates of compliance are always available upon request, free of charge.

Banker Wire maintains an inventory of stainless steel, plain steel, pre-galvanized, weathering steel, and Galfan for our wire mesh.

Secondary Finishes

Raw materials react to their local environment in varying ways. The addition of Secondary Finishes can help materials look and perform at their peak. Banker Wire utilizes trusted outside vendors for secondary finishing. We are happy to facilitate the process to deliver you a ready to install product.

There are several popular forms of secondary finishing available for our welded wire mesh. Hot Dip Galvanizing (galv-after) is an alternative to pre-galvanized wire. In this process, submerging the completed mesh panel into a tank of molten zinc creates a long lasting sacrificial layer across all surfaces. Powder Coating is the process of adhering fluidized powder to the wire mesh. This is a cost-effective way to add color to any project. Decorative Plating adds a thin layer of brass, nickel, chrome, or copper to the mesh, enhanced with bright or antique finishes. We recommend decorative plating for use only in interior applications.

Quality Is Our Goal

Banker Wire manufactures all products with a strict set of internal standards. This guarantees the highest possible quality and consistency in our welded wire mesh. Throughout each production run, we check panels for dimension, squareness, and strength. We confirm that every sheet meets our standards and is exactly the same as the one before it.

However, quality isn’t only measured in tests. At Banker, we understand “time is money”. That’s why we put emphasis on efficiency as well. Over the years we’ve developed methods of manufacturing that guarantee high performance. Our equipment is regularly improved, and our staff is continuously trained. We make certain our customers always receive the best value without sacrificing the high standards that make us Banker Wire.

 

All welded wire mesh by Banker Wire is made to a strict set of quality standards.
Banker Wire's state of the art grid welders create wire mesh panels with precision and efficiency.

Our Welding Equipment

Our approach to welded wire mesh is to bring you, the customer, the highest quality product possible. We make efficiency a priority. By investing in our equipment and our staff we make sure you’re delivered exceptional wire mesh at an unbeatable value. With our numerous CNC grid welders and jig welders we provide:

  • Customizable patterns
  • Small to large production runs
  • Panels up to 78” wide and 240” long
  • Openings as small as ½” in rectangular patterns, 1” in square patterns
  • No maximum opening limit
  • Wire diameters from 0.105” to 0.375”
  • Trimmed and untrimmed edge conditions

Our equipment doesn’t stop at looms and welders. Banker Wire also offers a variety of fabrication options. Framing, cutting, forming, and additional welding services are also available to our customers.

How is Welded Wire Mesh Made?

Are you curious about how we make welded wire mesh? Take a look at our informational video to see the process in action.

To begin, the operator lays out line wires (also called long wires) on a pattern board. This sets the panel’s spacing width. Cross wires are then fed into a hopper. Programming is set to drop one at a time onto the line wires. Once in place, the cross wires are resistance welded at each intersection. This sets the panel spacing length. The panel then advances after each weld. This welding process repeats until each sheet finishes. The panel is then removed from the welder, and the next begins. To learn more about our products, visit our basics page below.