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Metal mesh for architecture, separation technology, and filtration

GKD metal meshes are produced on special wire weaving looms. As one of the most experienced manufacturers of metal mesh, we process a wide range of materials – always precisely tailored to the relevant requirements:

  • high-alloy stainless steels
  • non-ferrous metals such as copper, bronze, brass, nickel, nickel-base alloy
  • non-alloy steel
  • titanium
  • aluminum
  • precious metals

Furthermore, we process material combinations such as metal and plastic or metal and glass to form hybrid meshes. Depending on the material and weave type, these create porous media with a far greater range of application than textile weaves.

Metal meshes also differ fundamentally from high-performance textiles: through mechanical strength, temperature resistance, conductivity, and the wide array of possibilities offered by metal processing. For use in the field of architecture, we also coat, paint, blast, anodize, and print metal mesh.

All metal mesh applications are based on the fact that they are always porous media with precisely defined and reproducible pore sizes. They are therefore predestined for

  • separation technology and filtration

At the same time, the special metal mesh structures open up many possibilities for use in architecture: the combination of evenness, transparency, and visual appearance opens up many diverse, attractive opportunities for use.

In addition to the unique visual effect of metal meshes, their functional advantages also impress in the field of architecture. Which is why GKD metal mesh is used as an air-permeable outer shell for parking garages or stadiums, for instance, and is equally impressive as

  • sun protection for façades and blinds
  • suspended ceilings with sound absorption
  • roller shutters with security function
  • balustrades
  • LED-clad transparent media façades with metal mesh as a carrier material

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