ARCHITECTURAL WIRE CLOTHS MADE FROM STAINLESS STEEL AND OTHER METALS

Pelger's wire cloth types are versatile enough to fulfil the multi-faceted demands of modern architecture. Various weave patterns and the use of different chain and weft wires create interesting mesh structures with a fascinating visual appearance and attractive light effects. The diameters of spirals and crossbars and the size of the crossbar spacing can be adapted allowing scope for a multi-faceted modern architecture. The belt edge can also always be varied. Depending on the cloth type, widths of up to six metres can be selected. In theory, any length can be selected, making it possible to cover even the largest of areas. Our architectural wire cloth can be manufactured using high-grade metals such as rust-free stainless steel, copper, brass, bronze or aluminium, which can be coated in all colours, permitting even more flexibility.

TYPES OF WIRE CLOTH

The mesh types of our architectural wire cloths open up many options. Tight or broad-meshed weave patterns as well as different diameters and spiral and crossbar sizes give each weave its own individual appearance.