Mesh / Netting
Gerard Daniel’s knitted mesh and netting are fantastic tools to use when it comes to filtration and directional flow. Allowing these products to be available in different alloys allows for options for different uses, ensuring the product is durable enough for its desired purpose.
Gerard Daniel’s hex mesh is commonly used by insulators, as a medium to hold mastics and cements in place. The galvanized material ensures for the material to have a long life, making it very reliable.
1" Hex: (24", 36" or 48") x 150'
Stainless-steel mesh is commonly used by insulators as a medium to hold mastics and cements in place. The stainless-steel material gives this product extra strength.
1" Hex: (24" or 48") x 150'
Gerard Daniel’s knitted mesh offers a great deal of strength, stretch, and flexibility that come in handy when dealing with objects of an irregular shape. Knitted mesh is commonly used as a durable hot face material for removable insulation jackets. Only available in 60 density.
0.011", 0.0095", or 0.008"
Knitted Mesh is very useful when it come to encountering objects of an abnormal shape. The stainless steel 321 material makes the product more resistant to stress fractures compared to the alternative in stainless steel 304. Only available in 60 density.
Inconel knitted mesh also allows for great flexibility, but the Inconel material makes it so this product is resistant to both extreme temperatures and corrosion.
30" and 42"