• Plain Steel Wire Mesh: From 4" x 4" Opening to 1" x 1" Mesh

    In the wire mesh industry, plain steel – or carbon steel, as it sometimes referred to—is a very popular metal that is commonly manufactured in both woven and welded wire mesh specifications. It is comprised primarily of iron (Fe) with a small amount of carbon (C). It is a relatively low cost option that is versatile and widespread in its use.

    Plain steel wire mesh, whether it is available from stock or custom manufactured, is strong, durable and magnetic. Oftentimes, it is dark in color, particularly when compared to bright aluminum or stainless steel meshes. Plain steel does not resist corrosion and will rust in most atmospheric conditions; because of this, in certain industries, plain steel wire mesh is a disposable item.

    The popular specifications featured here range in opening size from 4” clear opening to approximately 1”. These items are constantly manufactured, so if they are not on the floor ready to ship, they soon will be. These heavy duty items are manufactured and stocked in sheet form, with 4FT x 8FT and 4FT x 10FT sheets being most requested.

    These specifications are commonly used in a wide array of industrial and commercial applications, including machine and window guards, animal enclosures and infill panels. Architects, designers and builders routinely use these specifications in their projects.

  • Plain Steel Wire Mesh: From 2 x 2 Mesh to 4 x 4 Mesh

    In the wire mesh industry, plain steel – or carbon steel, as it sometimes referred to—is a very popular metal that is commonly manufactured in both woven and welded wire mesh specifications. It is comprised primarily of iron (Fe) with a small amount of carbon (C). It is a relatively low cost option that is versatile and widespread in its use.

    Plain steel wire mesh, whether it is available from stock or custom manufactured, is strong, durable and magnetic. Oftentimes, it is dark in color, particularly when compared to bright aluminum or stainless steel meshes. Plain steel does not resist corrosion and will rust in most atmospheric conditions; because of this, in certain industries, plain steel wire mesh is a disposable item.

    The specifications featured here range in opening size from approximately 1/2” to 1/4" and are used in a wide array of industrial and non-industrial applications. Users tend to gravitate toward the 2 x 2 Mesh and 4 x 4 Mesh specifications because they are available from stock, or can be quickly manufactured, depending upon a customer’s requirements. These items are versatile, durable and are commonly used as window guards, as shaker screens, by the mining and coal industries, in cabinets and wine lockers and in unique architectural and decorative applications, like wall coverings, building projects or artistic sculptures.

  • Plain Steel Wire Mesh: From 5 x 5 Mesh to 18 x 18 Mesh

    In the wire mesh industry, plain steel – or carbon steel, as it sometimes referred to—is a very popular metal that is commonly manufactured in both woven and welded wire mesh specifications. It is comprised primarily of iron (Fe) with a small amount of carbon (C). It is a relatively low cost option that is versatile and widespread in its use.

    Plain steel wire mesh, whether it is available from stock or custom manufactured, is strong, durable and magnetic. Oftentimes, it is dark in color, particularly when compared to bright aluminum or stainless steel meshes. Plain steel does not resist corrosion and will rust in most atmospheric conditions; because of this, in certain industries, plain steel wire mesh is a disposable item.

    The specifications featured here range in opening size from approximately 1/4” to 1/32” and represent items that many users select for general industrial use. Darby specializes in stocking many of the standard or market grade specifications, which are commonly used in various sifting, filtering and separating applications, including oil strainers.

    While industrials users tend to use many of these specifications, non-industrial users also tend to gravitate toward these items because they offer versatility and durability. Some of these items are used for radiator covers, fireplace screen, furniture use and unique decorative designs.

  • Plain Steel Wire Mesh: From 20 x 20 Mesh to 40 x 40 Mesh

    In the wire mesh industry, plain steel – or carbon steel, as it sometimes referred to—is a very popular metal that is commonly manufactured in both woven and welded wire mesh specifications. It is comprised primarily of iron (Fe) with a small amount of carbon (C). It is a relatively low cost option that is versatile and widespread in its use.

    Plain steel wire mesh, whether it is available from stock or custom manufactured, is strong, durable and magnetic. Oftentimes, it is dark in color, particularly when compared to bright aluminum or stainless steel meshes. Plain steel does not resist corrosion and will rust in most atmospheric conditions; because of this, in certain industries, plain steel wire mesh is a disposable item.

    The specifications featured here range in opening size from approximately 1/32” to 1/64” and represent items that many users select for general industrial use. Darby specializes in stocking many of the standard or market grade specifications, which customers use for various sifting, filtering and separating applications.

    While industrials users tend to use many of these specifications, non-industrial users also tend to gravitate toward these items because they offer versatility and durability. These non-industrial users are inclined to use these medium to fine plain steel meshes in decorative and artistic applications.

  • Plain Steel Wire Mesh: From 50 x 50 Mesh to 100 x 100 Mesh

    In the wire mesh industry, plain steel – or carbon steel, as it sometimes referred to—is a very popular metal that is commonly manufactured in both woven and welded wire mesh specifications. It is comprised primarily of iron (Fe) with a small amount of carbon (C). It is a relatively low cost option that is versatile and widespread in its use.

    Plain steel wire mesh, whether it is available from stock or custom manufactured, is strong, durable and magnetic. Oftentimes, it is dark in color, particularly when compared to bright aluminum or stainless steel meshes. Plain steel does not resist corrosion and will rust in most atmospheric conditions; because of this, in certain industries, plain steel wire mesh is a disposable item.

    The specifications featured here range in opening size from approximately 1/100” to 1/150” and represent some of the most fine plain steel wire mesh options available in the industry. Darby stocks many of the standard or market grade specifications, which can be used in both industrial and non-industrial applications. Some of the items below are in stock, while others require custom manufacturing.