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Questions and Answers for 42 in. x 84 in. Steel Wire Remesh Sheet

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Model #370570

Store SKU #175404

  • Wire mesh provides strength to concrete slabs
  • Uniform stress in slabs to prevent cracking
  • Speed of installation saves on labor

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Q:What is the dimension of each square? Are they, say, 2x2 inches each/4x4 inches/etc.?
by|Apr 16, 2020
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A:  6x6 inches I measured in the store

by|Apr 25, 2022
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Q:is this steel it cannot be galvanized or galvanized coated how big are the squares?
by|Jan 26, 2020
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A:  Dear Interested, This panel is made from Grade 40 Steel, and is not galvanized. The squares measure 6 in. x 6 in.

by|Jan 26, 2021
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    Q:I, also, would like to know the gauge of this wire mesh. Please answer.
    by|Sep 26, 2019
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    A:  The gauge is 10.

    by|Jan 2, 2021
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      A:  The gauge is 10.

      by|Oct 8, 2019
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        Q:What is the gauge of the wire in the remesh?
        by|Sep 23, 2019
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        A:  This is a 10 gauge wire.

        by|Oct 30, 2019
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          Q:Is it that dam difficult to put the patter size in your description. Like 4"x4", 6"x6", etc ?
          by|Jul 16, 2019
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          A:  If you were smart enough to read in the description, it plainly says pattern size is

          by|Aug 12, 2023
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            A:  Dan, Each square grid measures 6 in. x 6 in.

            by|Jun 23, 2023
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              Q:Do i just lay this on the gravel base covering the entire 12 x 12 area?
              by|Jun 12, 2019
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              A:  We recommend raising the wire mesh about 1 in. minimum from the base layer of gravel, or approximately the middle of the slab.

              by|Jul 8, 2019
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                A:  If you do, you will need to pull it up to the middle of the concrete when you pour or you will just be wasting your money and time. If it's not in the concrete, it just as soon be in the store. They make "chairs" that you can sit it on at about 1/2 the thickness of the slab but I find that they are a pain because the wire falls off easily and your finishers need to pull it up. I usually have a short piece of rebar protruding about 1 foot or so out of each side of my keyway (expansion joint) that I rest the ends on and also use about a 6" piece of stiff wire with a "U" bent on one end and push the other end it into the subsoil to an elevation that will be at the middle of the slab at random locations to hold the sag up. The main thing is regardless of the how, be sure the wire is in the concrete as close to the center as possible. Hope that helps

                by|Jul 21, 2023
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