Fencing Hexagonal Wire Mesh

Fencing Hexagonal Wire Mesh

Paddle Tennis and Platform Tennis Wire

As is known, paddle tennis and platform tennis courts have specific and rugged requirements towards its courts’ fence for its special exercise modality. Hexagonal wire mesh is just the designated fence. The 16 gauge wires are triple continuous twisted and then galvanized, GAW galvanized after weave, to make into a 1″ opening mesh. The wire is dipped into a rust inhibiting bath of molten zinc, which will guarantee the zinc coated rate is above 350 g/m2. The heavily galvanized and thicker wire than normal chicken wire assures a corrosion resistant ability to adapt to the adverse circumstance in winter. The size of each roll of wire mesh would be 72″ × 180′, weighted 328 lbs.Except for paddle tennis and platform tennis courts’ fencing wire mesh, the same mesh is well performed to be used as a conductor on the ceiling of bumper car rides.


Material: heavily galvanized woven hexagonal netting.

Wire: 16 gauge.

Zinc rate: above 350 g/m2.

Manufacturer: triple continuous twisted and galvanized after weaving.

Mesh size: 1″.

The size of rolls: 72″ × 180′.
This is a huge size paddle tennis court with a high platform on the ground and chicken wire mesh made fence protect it.

BTW-01: A standard paddle tennis court with hexagonal wire netting made a fence.
This an empty paddle tennis court in winter by day.

BTW-02: 16 gauge wire 1″ mesh opening hexagonal mesh used as paddle tennis and platform tennis fencing wire mesh.
Two adjacent paddle tennis courts, one has people playing inside, and American national flag is flying.

BTW-03: Two adjacent paddle tennis courts are both made from hexagonal netting and posts to fix the wire mesh fence.
An empty paddle tennis court has karma sinus posts and galvanized hexagonal wire mesh.

BTW-04: Paddle tennis court with chicken wire mesh and karma sinus posts.
An enlarged paddle tennis courts fence wire in front, the smaller mesh behind.

BTW-05: Paddle tennis wire detail with the enlarged part in front.

Sources – wiki machine


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