Truss Mesh Reinforcement

Welded truss mesh, generally made ​​of galvanized low carbon steel wire through the processing butt welding. The wire is deformed into ladder or triangular shape through two-wire and three-wire welding, all the wires are in the same plane.

Working principle:
The construction of butt-welding of cross rods to longitudinal rods enhances bonding capabilities, eliminates projection of cross rods beyond the specified width of reinforcement, and prevents excessive build up of wire in limited mortar joints.

Deformed truss mesh has the continuous lengths of joint reinforcement that are embedded into the horizontal mortar joints of masonry walls. Joint reinforcement has long proven to be necessary for superior performance of masonry wall construction.

Truss meshes are spaced so block cells are not obstructed, allowing easy placement of vertical rebars.

China KunLun uses advanced production technology and equipment in the production and our products have no open welding and are corrosion resistant, meeting the needs of all kinds of pressure supporting wall.

Truss Mesh is used primarily as anti-cracking reinforcement in the construction of brick and block masonry. It is available in a variety of widths to suit most wall constructions and is supplied coiled for ease of handling. Additional applications include strengthening cornices, low walls and balconies over door and window openings.


The truss mesh is laid in strips between brick or block courses leaving approximately 25mm clearance from the faces of the work. Where coil mesh joins are required, ensure they overlap by at least 75mm. The reinforcement is then simply embedded in the mortar for the next course.