We stock a large range of galvanised wire mesh products to suit a variety of applications. Meshes range from light meshes such as the mouse and snake mesh with small apertures right up to the heavy Industrial Mesh and Project mesh that are suited for large chewing birds and industrial applications.
Our Mesh range includes -:
Mouse & Snake Mesh
6.5mm x 6.5mm x 0.63mm
Provides maximum protection against mice, snakes and other vermin. Whether you are trying to cage them in or keep them out, this mesh with its small aperture is the smallest mesh in the range.
12.7mm x 12.7mm available in 0.7 and 0.8mm
Ideal for most home variety birds such as Finches, Budgies and Canaries.
Our largest selling mesh for chicken coops now as it offers your birds protection from larger snakes and mice / rats.
12.7mm x 12.7mm x 1.24mm
Ideal for medium to larger birds such as Peachface, Cockatiels, African Love Birds and all Australian Parrots up to Galah size.
Another popular mesh for chicken coops as it offers good snake and vermin protection as well as the added bonus of good protection against foxes and dog attacks.
12.7mm x 12.7mm x 1.60mm
A very heavy mesh, that is extremely stiff. Ideal for chewing birds and engineering applications.
19mm x 19mm x 1.47mm
High strength mesh with enhanced viewing with wider aperture sizes.
Suitable for Gallahs, Corellas, African Love Birds and all Australian Parrots
Be sure to take into account wire diameter, aperture and roll size when selecting mesh for a project.
25mm x 25mm x 1.24mm
A versatile medium weight economical mesh with good viewing properties. A favourite for use in caging smaller animals such as Guinea Pigs, Rabbits etc. Can be used for chicken coops with limited protection against larger pythons the are too large to enter the mesh, smaller snakes will get through.
A25 Project Mesh (GBW – Galvanised Before Welding)
25mm x 25mm x 2.00mm
A high strength, high durability wire mesh. Providing excellent viewing with a high level of strength.
Ideal for birds such as Galahs and Parrots. As it is galvanised before welding it produces a cleaner wire with a shinier appearance than the typical Galvanised after welding.
Warning: It is recommended that new galvanised wire mesh used in aviaries and pet cages be treated to remove excess zinc that could possibly harm the pets. Shave off any zinc spikes with a utility knife. The mesh should then be scrubbed with a mild solution of vinegar (2 cups in a bucket of water), and rinsed with clean water.