Wire railing mesh X-TEND COLOURS
for fencingfor facadefor interior

wire railing mesh
wire railing mesh
wire railing mesh
wire railing mesh
wire railing mesh
wire railing mesh
wire railing mesh
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Characteristics

Applications
for interior, for railing, for fencing, for facade
Material
stainless steel
Mesh type
diamond mesh

Description

Many years ago now, CARL STAHL ARCHITECTURE came up with an innovative construction element that combines protection with aesthetic design: X-TEND. The potential applications for stainless steel mesh are exceptionally varied both indoors and outdoors. Amongst other things, it is used as balustrade in-fill, horizontal or vertical fall protection, dividers, façade cladding, green wall systems or simply very flexible design elements. Architecturally ambitious zoolutions such as lightweight, free-flight aviaries or big-cat enclosures with three-dimensional, curvilinear geometries are also built using X-TEND stainless steel netting. They are just one of the many specialities of CARL STAHL ARCHITECTURE’s experienced planners and wire rope specialists. X-TEND OVERVIEW X-TEND is manufactured from robust, high-grade DIN 1.4401/AISI 316 stainless steel cables. The cables are swaged with tinned copper (type CX) or stainless steel (types CXE and CXS) clamps in a special process to form a mesh structure that is both stressable and flexible and suited for either two- or three-dimensional applications. X-TEND keeps its shape indefinitely and stands for long lasting use. COLOURFUL MESH X-TEND with coloured stainless steel cables coloured with an emission-free polymer layer - cable diameter ø 1,5/2/3 mm, black also in ø 1,0 mm The ferrules can be ordered with inox-finish or blackened. Available colours, RAL-colours upon request: Red Green Blue Gold White Black

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