Welded Wire Mesh

Your welded wire mesh manufacturing partner

Banker Wire is your quality driven manufacturing partner for welded wire mesh in industrial and architectural applications. Our commitment to quality, innovation, and value is the foundation that provides welded mesh material of the highest industry standards in strength and flatness. Banker’s state of the art grid welding equipment provides a wide variety of wire alloy, spacing and diameter configurations, trimmed or untrimmed. We offer a wide range of standard products for industrial use, as well as a selection of ornamental welded wire mesh for architectural applications. Our product variety, manufacturing flexibility, precision, and dedicated customer service is unmatched.

Our Equipment

Our approach to welded wire mesh is to bring you, the customer, the highest quality product possible. We make efficiency our highest priority, investing in our equipment and our staff to make sure you’re delivered quality wire mesh at an unbeatable value.

  • Seven (7) CNC grid welders
  • Two (2) jig welders
  • Made to specification
  • Highly customizable
  • Small to large production runs
  • Wire diameters 0.105 up to 0.375
  • Trimmed and untrimmed edge conditions

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


Our list of welded wire mesh products is extensive. The combinations of spacings, openings, and wire diameter is nearly limitless. With such versatility, welded wire mesh can be used in both industrial and architectural applications.

On our Standard Products page you’ll find a detailed table with a dynamic set of filters that can be used in multiple ways to help you identify the right welded mesh for your needs.

On our Ornamental Welded Wire Mesh page you will find a variety of large scale patterns for architectural applications. These patterns are available in two different panel sizes suitable for a variety of Secondary Finishes and applications.

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
  • Galfan®
  • Pre-Galvanized
  • Plain Steel
  • Weathering Steel


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.


We manufacture all of our products to a strict set of internal standards that guarantees everything we produce is the highest possible quality and consistency. Throughout each production run, panels are checked for dimension, squareness, and strength to ensure that every panel meets our standards and is exactly the same as the one before it.

Quality isn’t just measured in tests and that’s why we also put an emphasis on efficiency. We understand that “time is money”, and we want to make sure we’re giving all of our customers the best possible value. Over the years we’ve developed proprietary efficiencies, and we’re always improving our equipment and training staff to make sure you are receiving quality and value from every angle of your order.

See How It’s Made

Have you ever been curious about how welded wire mesh is made? Take a look at the video on the right to fulfill that curiosity.

Line wires (also called long wires) are laid out on a pattern board to set the panel width spacing. Cross wires are fed into a hopper, and are programmed to be dropped one at a time onto the line wires. Then, the cross wires are resistance welded into place setting the panel length spacing. The panel advances after the weld and the process starts over again.

For more information on the basics of welded wire mesh, visit our informational page.