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weldmesh Line breaks: weld|mesh
Pronunciation: /ˈwɛldmɛʃ/

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Definition of weldmesh in English:

noun

[mass noun] trademark
Wire mesh formed by welding together two series of parallel wires crossing at right angles.
Example sentences
  • Air gaps could be created by using perforated corrugated iron or metal, weldmesh, or a variety of lattice type materials.
  • The Jobs and Benefits Office was securely protected by its weldmesh fences.
  • Our rigid weldmesh panels are available in galvanized lengths which can be powder coated to suit your requirements in a large selection of almost any colour.

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