Welded Wire Lath – Regular, Heavy Duty and Truss Sheet ProductSelf-furred welded wire lath, located in mutually perpendicular directions and interconnected by spot welding, is engineered to improve the embedment and reduce cracks of plaster walls in the period of building construction and residential living. It is suitable for exterior and interior walls, ceilings and partitions construction. It could also refurbish the damaged or deteriorated faces of masonry walls. This self-furred welded wire lath is easier for plaster attachment compared with flat welded wire lath. It is an alternative product for rib metal lath originally. The evaluated tests show that welded wire lath performs an equal or better role as rib metal lath. We supply mainly galvanized steel welded wire lath. Additional coating is available for coastal and higher humidity area places. The welded wire lath in our company could be divided into three types: regular, heavy duty and truss sheet types.
WWA-01: Self-furred welded wire lath is used for stucco and plaster installation upon backing paper.
WWA-02: Welded wire lath will be enveloped and labeled before stored in warehouse or delivery into our customer.
Specification: Regular self-furred welded wire lath Wire material: galvanized steel wire. Wire gauge: 17, 16. Mesh size: 1.5" × 1.5", 2" × 2". Roll height: 0.8 m, 1.0 m, 1.25 m, 1.5 m, 2.0 m. Roll length: 15 m, 20 m, 30 m, 50 m. Additional wires: available, 8 longitudinal wires. Application: Regular Self-Furred Welded Wire Lath is suit for residential buildings, commercial buildings.
WWA-03: Regular welded wire lath with a row of bend in the middle for easier embedment of plaster and stucco.
WWA-04: The detailed specification of regular self-furred welded wire lath.A: Width of furring leg is 3/8". B: Furring height from apex to the underside of cross wires is 1/4". C: Furring rows every 3" on center. D: Every cross wire is furred. E: Tabs are aligned with edge wire and extend 1/4" beyond edge wires. F: Overall width is 38 3/8". Designed for full coverage of 9'-3" normal wall height including code required overlaps. Heavy duty self-furred welded wire lath Wire material: galvanized steel wire. Wire gauge: 17. Mesh size: 0.7" × 1.5". Load: over 100 psf dead load. Roll height: 0.8 m, 1.0 m, 1.25 m, 1.5 m, 2.0 m, 2.8 m. Roll length: 15 m, 20 m, 30 m, 50 m. Application: Heavy duty self-furred welded wire lath is suitable for industrial and other high strength building constructions, like transformer substation, workshop, and this kind of lath could be used to reinforce both stucco and stone installation.
WWA-05: Welded wire lath with rows of bends and smaller opening holes to ensure a Heavy duty ability.
WWA-06: The specific information of heavy duty self-furred welded wire lath.A: Width of furring leg is 3/8". B: Furring height from apex to the underside of cross wires is 1/4". C: Furring rows every 1.9" on center. D: Every cross wire is furred. E: Tabs are aligned with edge wire and extend 1/4" beyond edge wires. F: Overall width is 28". G: Twin Track for ease of attachment. Five double wires especially beneficial for steel stud applications. "V" truss self-furred welded wire lath Wire material: galvanized steel wire. Wire gauge: 17. Mesh size: 0.7" × 1.5". Shape: series of 3/8" 'V' shaped beams. Roll height: 0.8 m, 1.0 m, 1.25 m, 1.5 m, 2.0 m. Roll length: 15 m, 20 m, 30 m, 50 m.
WWA-07: "V" shaped beams replace the bends, smaller opening holes.
WWA-08: The detailed information of "v" truss self-furred welded wire lath.A: Welded wire sheet size is 97 1/2" × 28 3/8". B: 0.7" × 1.5" rectangular opening. C: 44 flattened line wires spaced approximately 3/4" apart. D: 62 cross per sheet. E: 15 "V" truss designed to span 24" on center installation. Truss are furred 3/8" deep by 1.9". F: Stiff backing wires for strong durable sheets. G: Heavy perforated kraft paper attached between primary wires and backing wires. H: 870 openings in kraft paper. I: The lap joints are single mesh at each ends and sides. Feature:
Engineered to provide a uniform, strong and durable stucco wall attachment.
Easy attachment for steel and wooden material.
Due to its plasticity, it is convenient for mounting on curved and angled surfaces.
Flat self furred will nor punctuate the barrier paper.
Horizontal wire could be doubled to increase the strength.
Rolls welded wire lath is easy to cut and install.
Zinc-coated wire for superior corrosion than normal wires.
Zinc alloy and vinyl plaster trims could be applied for high humidity and moisture regions.
Zinc coated joints could be offered to minimize the effect of such stress on the stucco membrane.
Welded wire lath be used for veneer, portland stucco and plaster installation; designed for 9' 3" wall height.
WWA-09: Several layers must be covered in order for a solid plaster embedment and water resistant effect.
Welded wire lath could be applied to exterior and interior walls in building construction.
Zinc alloy coated into the surface to prevent water corrosion for places like bath and shower rooms, green-houses, swimming pool areas or coastal cities more appropriate.
Backing barrier: kraft paper and asphalt paper.
Other accessories: expanded corner bead, expansion joints, soffit vent, strip lath, corner lath, foundation screed.
One mesh opening overlapped is proper.
The apex of rib lath should always be in contact with the fixing background.