Expanded Metal

    • Expanded Metal is a versatile and durable material produced by shearing and stretching a metal sheet to create a pattern of diamond-shaped openings.
    • It is known for its strength, rigidity, and lightweight characteristics.


  • Openings: Diamond-shaped or other patterns formed by cutting and stretching.
  • Material Options: Commonly made of steel, aluminum, stainless steel, or other metals.
  • Strength and Durability: Provides structural strength while being lightweight.
  • Ventilation and Visibility: Allows for airflow, light transmission, and visibility.
  • Versatility: Available in various patterns, thicknesses, and sizes.


  • Architectural: Used in building facades, sunscreens, and decorative elements.
  • Industrial: Applied in machinery, filtration, and structural support.
  • Security: Utilized for fencing, gates, and barriers.
  • Walkways and Platforms: Provides a non-slip surface for walkways and elevated platforms.

Variants with Technical Specifications:

Material Options
    • Steel: Commonly used for industrial applications due to its strength.
    • Aluminum: Lightweight and corrosion-resistant, suitable for architectural and decorative purposes.
    • Stainless Steel: Resistant to corrosion and ideal for outdoor or corrosive environments.
Mesh Size and Openings
    • Standard Sizes: Various standard mesh sizes (SWD and LWD) available.
    • Customization: Can be customized to specific mesh patterns based on application requirements.
    • Standard Thickness: Ranges from thin gauges to thicker options for structural support.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

What are the advantages of using Expanded Metal?

It offers strength, durability, ventilation, and versatility in design and applications.

Can Expanded Metal be painted or coated?

Yes, it can be painted or coated for additional corrosion resistance and aesthetic purposes.

Is Expanded Metal suitable for outdoor applications?

Yes, especially when made from materials like stainless steel or aluminum that resist corrosion.