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Chain Mesh wire

Chain Mesh wire

Chain Mesh wire has been specifically developed to suit most types of chain mesh machines. Its high quality enables manufacturers to achieve higher machine efficiencies.


Chain mesh wire is woven into chain mesh fences that are widely used for industrial security, tennis courts, parks, safety fences on freeways, domestic and industrial fencing.

Galvanised Chain Mesh Specifications

Galvanised Wire is made to AS/NZS 4534 "Zinc and zinc/ aluminium-alloy Coatings on Steel Wire"; BS EN 10244.

Given that galvanised wire is classified according to the amount of zinc coating, the following table outlines the difference between standard and heavy galvanised wire.

Nominal     Diameter

Minimum Coating Mass (g/m2)

Standard Galv.

Heavy Galv.

(W02)

(W10)

over 1.55mm up to and incl 1.80mm

35

200

over 1.80mm up   to and incl. 2.24mm

35

215

over 2.24mm up   to and incl. 2.72mm

40

230

over 2.72mm up   to and incl. 3.15mm

45

240

over 3.15mm up   to and incl. 3.55mm

50

250

over 3.55mm up   to and incl. 4.25mm

60

260


Diameter Tolerances
 

Nominal     Diameter

Standard Galv.

Heavy Galv

Tolerance

over 1.00mm up to and incl. 1.60mm

+/- 0.04mm

+/- 0.05mm

over 1.60mm up   to and incl. 2.50mm

+/- 0.06mm

+/- 0.06mm

over 2.50mm

+/- 0.07mm

+/- 0.08mm


Tensile Strength (MPa)

The tensile strength is defined as the maximum load achieved in a tensile test divided by the cross sectional area of the wire test piece. The tensile strength fro all sizes of Galvanised Chain Mesh is 380 to 500 MPa.

Steel Chemistry

 
The table below is indicative of steel chemistries used. 

Element

%

Carbon

Phosphorus

Manganese

Silicon

Sulphur

0.05 max

0.03 max

0.05 max

0.12/0.18

0.30 max

 


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