Stainless-steel wire mesh panels have two key advantages – they allow fast installation and are customisable to meet the requirements of individual projects.
The panel size, aperture opening size and shape, and wire size and configuration can all be adjusted as needed.
Here are some examples of creative uses for these versatile panels.
Playing it safe in parks
Mesh panels can be installed as a safety element on children’s climbing structures.
At Bungarribee Park in Doonside NSW, over 95 customised panels were installed on the climbing tower’s ‘window’ openings.
Made from 40mm x 1.5mm mesh, the panels provide fall protection without impeding views or light. Panelising the mesh in this way made for a very speedy installation.
When form meets function in public spaces
Panels can be installed on multi-storey carparks, public walkways, bridges and other structures for safety and fall protection.
A decorative element can be attached to the mesh – such as colourful discs, artwork, climbing plants, or planter boxes.
Creative uses inside buildings
Mesh panels of all shapes and sizes can be installed as balustrades on staircases, for fall protection on balconies, lofts or upper-storey window, or as room dividers where walls are not desired or practical.
Panelised green walls
Using a panelised mesh system to support greenery makes a green wall or facade easier to install and manage. Individual panels can be more easily removed for plant maintenance for example, and a series of panels can allow for a wider variety of plant species.
Other applications include in fencing, animal enclosures, moveable art displays, sports stadiums, lighting displays, or to create an indoor industrial-type theme.
Using mesh wire in panelised form allows for a faster installation in many projects. If you have a project in mind that could benefit from wire mesh panels, feel free to get in touch with our team for a discussion.