How To Install Curved Wire Mesh Panel?

How To Install Curved Wire Mesh Panel?

Curvy wire mesh panel is a security and attractive fence with beautiful appearance, and it is ideal for residential area and entertainment venues.To get more news about ferrule type cable mesh, you can visit mesh-fabrics.com official website.

Curvy wire mesh panel can also be called 3D fencing. It is mostly made of stainless steel or carbon steel. Firstly, the workers weld the wires into panel, and then adopt bending machine to bend the wires on the short side of the rectangular shape, so the V-shaped curves are produced. It is important to note that the quantity of V-shaped curve depends on the height of welded wire panel. This uses the principle of triangle stability to provide additional strength and rigidity for the panel. In addition, curvy fence panel can be installed on flat areas or slopes, and it can also be applied in a variety of different land types such as general land surface or sand.

With stable, durable and flexible structure, curvy wire mesh panel is widely used as fence in airport, school, factory, residential area, garden, warehouse, stadium, military venue and entertainment place. We can install the lower curvy wire mesh panel in general place, but in military venue or prison, the height of curvy fence panel should be higher, you can choose the suitable height according to your application. Before installation, the construction department should be familiar with the location of the various pipes buried in the underground to prevent the underground facilities from damaging.

During the construction, the burial of the posts should be carried out in stages. Firstly buried end posts, and then buried the middle post.

If you want to put the posts into concrete, firstly you should drill holes on concrete surface, and then put the posts into it, finally pour the liquid concrete into the hole. During this time, remember to set up temporary cable or support to hold the posts in suitable place until the concrete is hardened.

The posts buried in the ground for a minimum of 0.5 m and a maximum of 1.2 m.

Spacing between posts would better be 0.3 m.