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Also called rhombic wire mesh because of the shape of its gauges, diamond mesh is constructed out of linear wires that are linked together and form a series of diamond-shaped holes. Read More…

Diamond Mesh Diamond mesh is a type of metal wire mesh that is usually woven to form what is commonly known as chain link fencing. It is a relatively inexpensive method of creating a partition, and offers strength, durability and flexibility.
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Hanover, PA  |  800-232-3332

We’ve been a leading manufacturer and distributor of wire cloth/mesh for 70 years, sourcing and stocking North America’s largest selection of wire cloth products – over 5000 in our warehouse. We offer processing capabilities such as precision cutting, calendering, heat treating, cleaning and coating and weave domestically most alloys including brass, copper, Hastelloy, Monel and others into wire mesh, sieves, screens, strainers & filter cloth.

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Gerard Daniel Worldwide $$$

Southport, CT  |  203-259-1615

Jelliff Corporation is an integrated engineering and production facility for high quality wire, filter cloth, wire cloth, stainless steel wire cloth, wire mesh and electrical resistance wire. Jelliff Corporation is experienced in producing wire cloth in all meshes from large openings to fine mesh.

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Jelliff Corporation $$$

Toronto, ON  |  888-769-5280

Since 1912, Ferrier Wire Goods has been manufacturing a wide variety of quality wire mesh and products. We stock brass, copper, galvanized, mild steel, welded and stainless steel wire mesh. Our products and services also include perforated metals, custom weaving, fabrication, and worldwide sourcing. Our website has a complete list of materials, as well as more information about our design and architectural products.

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Ferrier Wire Goods Company Limited $$$

St. Paul, MN  |  866-777-8607

Since J&L Wire Cloth was founded in 1980, we have become a leading manufacturer of welded and woven wire mesh products. Our customers trust our cutting, welding, weaving and forming services because we use only the best grade of wire to produce wire decking, galvanized wire, straight and cut wire, confinement panels and many other products that are used in agricultural and industrial applications.

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J&L Wire Cloth LLC $$$

Northbridge, MA  |  800-762-6374

We have been creating wire mesh since 1979 and we strive to bring you the best. Our teams will help to find the perfect size and weave mesh for whatever your needs may be. There is no project too complex for Riverdale Mills Corporation. Contact our representatives to find out how we can get you started toward obtaining your goal! Our qualified staff is standing by awaiting your email, letter or phone call.

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Riverdale Mills Corporation $$$
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Diamond mesh can be used anywhere-from confining sports areas like baseball fields and tennis courts to containing industrial work areas and construction zones, this fencing is extremely common and widely-used. It is found around swimming pools, parking lots of all sorts, school playgrounds to keep children from leaving the campus, airports, highways, river banks and residences.

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Diamond mesh fencing is mostly used for privacy and safety, and to keep individuals away from dangerous areas. Livestock and animals are often fenced in by diamond wire mesh because it is able to keep predators out and animals in, without hurting them if they try and get out due to the flexibility of the diamond pattern. Diamond mesh is also used to cover windows. It prevents trespassing and protects the window from breaking, without sacrificing visibility.

There are many benefits to using diamond wire mesh as fencing. It is springy and flexible, won't sag or roll, and yet is still considered very strong and durable. Wires made of iron, stainless steel, aluminum or carbon are vertically woven and bent into a zigzag pattern, where each wire is linked to another, forming the diamond pattern. They are rarely if ever welded, but woven by hand, a manual machine or a fully automated weaving system. The wires are often galvanized, giving the metal material added strength and resistance to outdoor elements. After the mesh is woven, it is often dipped in molten zinc, which provides superior rust resistance.

Some diamond mesh is coated in PVC (polyvinyl chloride), giving the fencing a smooth finish, many color options and a protective coating. The PVC is thermally fused or bonded with the metal wires through a hot dipping process. Fencing coated in thermoplastic material is by far the most costly, but is also very temperature, moisture and rust resistant in any climate, and can be any color. Diamond mesh is always sold in sheets or rolls. After metal poles have been embedded into the ground, the mesh is secured to them by fasteners, creating a partition that may be several stories high if necessary.

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