Welded nets

Mesh welding technology

Production of technical nets

Welded nets are used for various purposes, mainly as technical nets. We manufacture them using various steel materials. We weld nets according to customer specifications, our nets are characterized by high strength.

The maximum size of the nets is 3 m long x 1.5 m wide

The production in our company includes welded nets with different mesh spacing, our standard mesh is:

  • 20 mm x 20 mm,
  • 25 mm x 25 mm,
  • 50 mm x 50 mm,
  • 75 mm x 50 mm,
  • 100 mm x 50 mm,
  • 100 mm x 75 mm.

In doing so, the mesh can be square or rectangular. The meshes differ in the thickness of the wire used (from 2 mm to 8 mm) and weight (from 2 kg/m2 to 8.9 kg/m2).

Our strengths

Modern machinery

Experienced staff

Short lead time

Quality guarantee

wide range of production possibilities

What are welded nets made of?

The net itself can be 60 cm, 100 cm, 120 cm or 150 cm high.

The maximum width of the welded mesh sheet will be 2500 mm, and the maximum length – 3000 mm.

We can offer you nets made of steel:

  • ordinary,
  • galvanized,
  • stainless.

The steel wire is joined into a mesh form using a welding technique. The resulting welded nets are extremely durable, so we can guarantee their use for many years.

What is the manufacturing technology of welded mesh?

When we proceed to make standard welded mesh or mesh for individual customer orders, we usually make them with perimeter wire. Only some are open. Welded mesh is formed by welding round wires at points of contact. Comprehensively, we perform all stages of production by machine – automatically. We have precise computer-controlled machines that allow us to bend wires of different diameters in the expected way. These are spot and butt welders. We generally use low-carbon, galvanized steel wires and rods in the processing. Thanks to the fully automated welding system, we can achieve high production efficiency of welded mesh.

Application of welded mesh


cover for machinery and equipment


filling balustrades, gates, wickets and fence spans




breeding cages and pens


filters and strainers


garbage cans and containers


ventilation elements


mesh containers


pallet setters


warehouse racks

Use of welded mesh in many industries

In general, our welded nets are used in a wide range of industrial and construction applications. This is mainly due to the fact that they are easily machined.

You can also find stainless steel mesh in the food industry and in the chemical industry.

Actually, in our environment we can find numerous examples of the use of welded mesh. The first thing that will surely come to mind for most of you is welded mesh fencing, which until recently was mainly used as technical and industrial fencing. Today they are being used more and more to cordon off private homes and residential neighborhoods.

Grids can be found in high-end modern TV antennas and old-style antennas. They are used to make shopping carts, store shelves and racks, shopping baskets or to create gabions, which are baskets made of mesh that are filled with decorative stones or chipped pieces of rock. Nets are also used to protect the slopes of mountains and make a structure for noise barriers.

Advantages of welded mesh

The advantages of welded mesh manifest themselves on many levels. First of all, it is worth highlighting their incredible stability and hardness, which come directly from the method of their production. Thanks to the welding process, where the contact points of the wires are permanently welded together, they achieve exceptional resistance to a variety of mechanical stresses. This feature is particularly important in the context of their practical application, such as in the role of effective and durable fences to protect the area from unwanted intruders. Moreover, welded nets made of stainless steel are also characterized by corrosion resistance. Such anti-corrosive properties, providing protection against the destructive effects of atmospheric agents, acids or alkaline solutions, allow their long-term and reliable use in conditions with increased humidity or in environments exposed to intense dust. Mention of galvanized welded mesh is equally important, because the zinc layer further strengthens their resistance, protecting against the adverse effects of rust and eliminating the need for additional maintenance. The final quality of welded mesh is largely determined by the selection of the right raw materials and the experience of the manufacturer – using high-quality materials, you can achieve durability and performance that will meet even the most demanding expectations of users.

Welded mesh in the form of gabions

Gabions, or baskets filled with stone, are an increasingly popular solution in civil engineering and landscaping. The use of welded mesh in the production of gabions introduces a number of advantages that stand out over traditional methods. First of all, welded mesh provides incredible durability and stability to the gabion structure. Thanks to precise welding at the points of contact, they form a consistent and damage-resistant mesh that can hold large stone masses. What’s more, the use of stainless or galvanized steel in the production of these nets contributes to the longevity of gabions, minimizing the risk of corrosion, especially in humid environments or areas exposed to road salt. Welded mesh gabions are also great for aesthetics – precise welding ensures that the mesh meshes are even, which translates into an aesthetically pleasing and modern look. In practice, gabions of this type are often used for retaining walls, fences, as well as landscaping elements such as benches and flower pots. Their modularity, combined with the strength of welded meshes, makes them an extremely versatile tool in the hands of designers and engineers.

Welded mesh in the form of fences

Welded mesh used in the form of fencing is a combination of innovative manufacturing techniques with practicality and aesthetics. Their main advantage is the extraordinary strength resulting from the welding process, in which the contact points of the wires are permanently welded together, resulting in increased resistance to various types of mechanical damage. Such fences not only effectively insulate and secure the area, but also have a long life and minimal maintenance needs. The use of stainless or galvanized steel in the production of these nets makes them resistant to the elements, which guarantees their durability for many years. The aesthetics of welded mesh in the form of fences are not accidental – the uniformity of the mesh, precise welding and the ability to personalize in terms of size and color make them blend in perfectly with a variety of landscapes and architecture. Contemporary urban and architectural projects often use welded mesh as fencing elements because of its modern appearance, functionality and adaptability in the context of various needs and requirements. Ultimately, welded mesh fences are not only an effective protective barrier, but also an attractive decorative element, emphasizing the character and style of a place.