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Galvanized Chicken Wire

Galvanized Chicken Wire

 

Wire materials for galvanized chicken wire (Galvanized  Hexagonal Wire Netting)are quality mild steel wire, zinc coated.
Weaving Patterns: Straight twist, reverse twist, double twist.
Process: It is made galvanized after weaving or galvanized before weaving.
Finish: Electric galvanizing, hot-dip zinc plating

 
 
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Specification List of Galvanized Chicken Wire (Galvanized Hexagonal Netting):
1.5cm 1/2"x 22. Max. roll width: 2m, single or double edge.
2cm 3/4"x 20. Max. roll width: 2m, single, double edge, or reinforced
1.8cm 5/8" x21. Max. roll width: 4', single or double edge
2.5cm 1"x 19. Max. roll width: 2m, straight or reverse twist
3cm 1.25"x 19. Max. roll width: 2m, straight or reverse twist
4cm 1.5"x 18. Max. roll width: 2m
5cm 2"x 18. Max. roll width: 2m

The most popular chicken mesh among all the materials made of galvanized hexagonal opening wire netting.

Our standard quality galv. chicken wire mesh is made to the highest standard and specifications. The product is double galvanized for extra life, but maintains the standard quality price bracket making it exceptional value for money.

Standard roll length of galv. chicken mesh: 50m.
Processing: Made with pre-galvanized wire or galvanizing after weaving.

Specification List of Electro Galvanized Chicken Mesh
Specification in Metric UnitSpecification in InchWire Diameter in BWGTechnical Note
1.5cm1/2"22Max. roll width:
2m,single or double edge
24
2cm3/4"20Max. roll width: 2m,single, double edge,or reinforced
22
24
1.8cm5/8"21Max. roll width: 4', single or double edge
23
25
2.5cm1"19Max. roll width: 2m, straight or reverse twist
21
23
3cm1.25"19Max. roll width: 2m, straight or reverse twist
21
4cm1.5"18Max. roll width: 2m
20
22
5cm2"18Max. roll width: 2m
20
22


Galvanized hexagonal wire netting are made of low carbon iron wire,re-drawing galvanized wire etc.
the kind including electro or hot dipped galvanized before weaving and electro or hot dipped galvanized after weaving.
For many years, chicken wire was thought to have been the best source for containing flocks of chickens (hence the
name, chicken wire), but new research and technologies have provided for much stronger, and durable means of
enclosure, such as welded wire. Chicken wire, having such a small gauge, is found to be too flimsy.
While it keeps the average chicken from escaping, it shows to be a bad source for keeping out predators, such as
opposum, skunk, and commonly dogs as well.