Plastering welded wire mesh is primarily made of thin low-carbon drawn wire or galvanized wire with a diameter of 0.4mm to 1.5mm, located in mutually perpendicular directions and interconnected by spot welding. Its wire diameter is much smaller than the standard welded wire mesh. It is perfect for plastering on uneven surfaces.
Welded mesh plastering has a wide scope. It can be used for the building inside and outside plaster reinforcement. As an essential piece of plastering work, it creates lasting plaster coating for absolutely all surfaces of concrete and brick to wood, and even plaster ceilings. Before plastering, the welded mesh must be mounted on wall by a solid dowel-nails or anchor bolts, which makes the plaster work easier. The welded wire mesh makes the plaster wall surface smooth and no crack, also excludes the impact of external factors on the wall.