Welded masonry mesh (armopoyas)
made of steel wire.
This type of mesh belongs to building materials.
The map of such a mesh has clear overall dimensions, ideally even geometry of cells and has a high strength of welded joints.
It is manufactured both in a standard overall size, mesh size and wire thickness, and according to individual requests.
The main areas of application of masonry mesh:
- reinforcement of reinforced concrete
- reinforcement of floors, floors
- reinforcement of paths, foundations, blind areas
- reinforcement of asphalt-concrete road surfaces
- bridge building
- reinforcement of brickwork, building blocks
- reinforcement for plastering and facade works
- for monolithic housing construction
- for sheathing of pipelines
- installation of insulation on the roof
- production of aviaries, cages for animals
- for fencing the territory and areas
- for the manufacture of grilles for ventilation shafts
- production and installation of fences
- production of frames for greenhouses and hotbeds, as well as in the form of a plaster mesh
Due to a large margin of safety and a long period of operation, a product of this type can be used at various facilities – from small household structures to residential buildings and large industrial buildings.
There are two forms of release:
- Rolls, if the diameter of the steel wire or reinforcement is up to 5 mm. Sometimes a little more. Or it is a composite mesh with a fiber diameter of 1.5 to 8 mm.
- Maps (sheets), which is typical for steel masonry mesh with a large diameter of reinforcement. Although in this case, one of the technologies involves the purchase of reinforcement rather than mesh. A mesh is formed from it directly at the construction site.
Distinctive characteristics of the masonic network:
- The smaller the mesh size, the stronger the mesh, and the higher its ability to withstand heavy loads
- The presence of a polymer or zinc coating will help resist corrosion and environmental influences.
- The weight of the masonry mesh affects its strength: the greater the weight, the more load the mesh can withstand. The strength of the mesh can be determined by its weight: you need to weigh the roll of masonry mesh, calculate the weight of 1 sq. m and compare with the theoretical (reference) weight. If the difference in weight is more than 5%, then the quality of this roll is poor.