Woven wire mesh
is woven to size in the same way cloth is woven on a loom. The most common materials used to create woven wire mesh are carbon steel, galvanized steel and stainless steel, and aluminum.
Stainless wire mesh is especially useful because it is extremely chemical resistant, works with hot or cold liquids, and is easily cleaned. Aluminum mesh is lightweight, strong, has a high electrical conductivity, and a low melting point. Aluminum mesh also significantly resists atmospheric corrosion. Carbon steel and galvanized wire mesh are strong, economical, and readily available. Other exotic materials such as copper and nickel can also be woven into wire mesh.
crimped screens with square or rectangular mesh in different variants (for screens into fences, production of shipping pallets, racks, metal furniture, banisters, decorations, covers, dividing walls, stock pallets, cages for furskin animals keeping).