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

    Stainless steel welded wire mesh is an extremely popular and versatile item that many different customers use for many different applications. Darby specializes in supplying high quality stainless steel welded wire mesh, available in both T-304 stainless steel and T-316 stainless steel. Stainless steel welded wire mesh is corrosion resistant, uniform in appearance and available from stock or through custom manufacturing.

    The popular specifications featured here range in opening size from approximately 4" to 1" with diameter wires that are commonly requested by the majority of users. Many of these specifications are custom manufactured in sheet form and in popular widths of 36”, 48” and 60" wide.

    Of course, these specifications are commonly used in a wide array of industrial and commercial applications, including fan and machine guards, security retention, basket fabrication, industrial separation and soffit screens.

    Designers and architects frequently use these heavier duty items for infill panels, room dividers and ceiling panels.

  • Stainless Steel Welded Wire Mesh: From 2 x 2 Mesh to 4 x 4 Mesh

    Stainless steel welded wire mesh is an extremely popular and versatile item that many different customers use for many different applications. Darby specializes in supplying high quality stainless steel welded wire mesh, available in both T-304 stainless steel and T-316 stainless steel. Stainless steel welded wire mesh is corrosion resistant, uniform in appearance and available from stock or through custom manufacturing.

    The popular specifications featured here range in opening size from approximately 1/2” to 1/4” with diameter wires that are commonly used by the majority of customers. Many of these specifications are custom manufactured in roll form and in popular widths of 36", 48" and 60" wide.

    Of course, these specifications are commonly used in a wide array of industrial and non-industrial applications, including animal caging, critter and varmint control, agricultural use, air vents, basket fabrication, food applications, aviary and bird screen and industrial separation.

    Residential do-it-yourselfers gravitate towards these specific items because they offer tremendous value and versatility for projects around the home. In most normal environments, stainless steel will have a longer life cycle than a comparable galvanized mesh.