Galvanized After

Wire cloth woven of high grade bright basic wire and passed through a pickling process before being dipped and hot galvanized with zinc. In this process the wire intersections appear as soldered. Galvanized is an economical means of resisting rust and corrosion and is especially effective with the presence of atmospheric moisture. This process is not recommended for counts greater than eight wire mesh. The process tends to blind the openings, thus cutting down the open area of the wire cloth.

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