Square Wire Mesh
PalmSHIELD’s Architectural Open Screening is a work of artistry, design and engineering to provide a unique decorative architectural screening system for applications that require a more upscale design and a level of openness. Whether you select our decorative laser cut metal panels, decorative perforated or wire mesh system, we can complement and enhance the outward appearance of your building, mechanical equipment screening, rooftop screening, or other application. Our design team will work closely with you to provide a unique one-of-a-kind work of art utilizing one of our endless designs or material types. All of our architectural open designs easily incorporate into PalmSHIELD’s engineered full framework systems or may be used as a standalone application attached to your building or structure. All of our decorative architectural screens require a great deal of expertise and year’s of experience in providing a beautiful and lasting coating. PalmSHIELD recognizes these decorative laser cut metal panels, architectural perforated panels, and wire mesh panels present a great deal of edges, corners and tight spaces resulting in real care in coating. Our architectural open designs are available in any gate configuration using our Gorilla hinges and Locinox internal locking system.
Features & Benefits
- Custom artistic designs
- Incorporate your logo, mascot or symbol
- Endless panel configurations and sizes
- Structural picture frame system
- Pre-engineered systems ease to install
- HVAC Screens
- Hot tubs
- Pool equipment
- Propane tanks
- Rooftop enclosures
Square Wire Mesh
Infill: 2” x 2” x ¼” woven crimped popular. A wide variety of options available.
Openness: 95% +/-
Vertical supports: 3” x 3” x ¼” angles
Top Cap: 3” x 3” x ¼” angle
Bottom Cap: 3” x 3” x ¼” angle
Structure: PalmSHIELD exclusive fully framed.
Panel width: Unlimited. Standard is 48” to 60”.
Panel height: Unlimited. Standard is up to 10’.
Post and Panel Colors: Unlimited RAL Colors
PalmSHIELD’s DANTE mechanical equipment screening incorporates both welded and woven wire mesh. Wires are woven together to create wire mesh in different patterns. Welded wire mesh simply lays the vertical wires over the top of the horizontal wires and uses a welding process that fuses the two wires together. The most common materials used to create woven wire and welded wire mesh include carbon steel, galvanized steel, aluminum mesh and stainless steel. Heavier woven wires must be pre-crimped. The material remains very strong and firm after the crimping process.