If you’re looking for a cost effective mesh solution other than stainless steel, Metal Mesh has just the right products for you. We specialise in offering a wide range of brass mesh in various weave types. These offer a cost-effective solution for a number of architectural and industrial applications and also deliver better creativity compared to the traditional infill systems. Our mesh gives complete freedom to the architect to uniquely design the open areas of the mesh while still complying with all the health and safety regulations. Plus, most of our products offer great transparency that doesn’t interfere with the visibility of the building for anyone looking from outside. Trust Metal Mesh to deliver an outstanding product for any and every architectural requirement of meshes!
Key Characteristics of Brass Mesh
Our brass mesh comprises 30% zinc and 70% copper. The involvement of zinc in the product helps in strengthening the mesh and transfers a number of properties that can be customized for specific applications. It is also resistant to corrosion and offers an anti-sparking feature that makes it possible to use this mesh in sensitive and combustible areas as well. You can also complete the mesh with a protective coating to keep its colour intact for a longer duration. Due to the durability, affordability and aesthetic beauty offered by a brass mesh, it is often a favourable option for many architectural and industrial needs.
Advantages with Metal Mesh
All our products are rigorously tested to ensure they comply with stringent quality standards as per our industry. When you choose Metal Mesh, you can be assured of the best-in-class quality, superior functionality, and a highly cost-effective pricing. We can also offer a material certificate along with your brass mesh that gives you the assurance that your chosen products exceed industry standards. Whether you want a standard sheet or cut pieces or a custom fabricated mesh, we will be happy to deliver the best brass mesh for your needs.
Brass Mesh are commonly used in Architectural applications, Interior Design, Shopfitting, Partitions, Kitchen cabinets and many more applications.