Banker Wire's L-62 Architectural Wire Mesh has a contemporary look that produces a sleek aesthetic. This unique lock crimp weave, which is characterized by a highly defined bump where its wires intersect, provides strength and durability. These characteristics make it ideal for providing fall protection and withstanding heavy use. The L-62 readily interfaces with all types of structures, from residential fencing to commercial railings.
The consistency of the woven wire mesh infill panels allows students to focus on the beautiful surroundings of this campus.
USES & APPLICATIONS:
- Outdoor Equipment
- Sports facilities
- Standard Finish: Banker Wire manufactures all of its products in a bare, mill finished condition. To enhance the appearance of the final product, we offer a variety of Secondary Finishes.
- Secondary Finishes: Banker Wire has researched a number of secondary finishes that work well with woven and welded wire meshes. Since different materials may react with varying local conditions, such as steel rusting or copper tarnishing, appropriate finishes for interior and exterior applications may be desired. Many secondary finishes can be applied to help achieve the desired color, reflectivity, or corrosion resistance characteristics required.
Other secondary finishes include:
- Powder Coating
- Oil Rubbed Bronze Finish
- Decorative Metal Plating (please call 800-523-6772 for more information)
- Assistance: Banker Wire is happy to assist in the early design stages by identifying the appropriate raw materials and secondary finish to establish a specification that will satisfy the desired final performance and aesthetic.
- Sizing: Opening limitation (maximum sphere diameter which will pass through opening): 1.81 inches
- Thickness: 0.380 inches
- Weight: 1.20 lbs/sq ft
- Additional features: Aspect ratio: 1:00:1
- Materials: Stainless, Mild Steel, Aluminum, Copper, Bronze, Brass, Pre-Galv, Galfan
For more information about Banker Wire's L62 Architectural Wire Mesh contact through our contact/quote button on top, visit Banker Wire's Page in Materials, or visit: www.bankerwire.com