For clients, architects and builders, the attractiveness of Flexi-Mesh as a material for balustrades is based on its ability to seamlessly integrate with its surroundings. Thanks to its unobtrusive appearance, it can be installed in the most creative locations whilst not compromising on safety. Our range of Flexi-Mesh is fully compliant with current Building Code of Australia (BCA) requirements.
Flexi-Mesh can be used as an infill panel that sits internally within the balustrading posts or can run along the face to create a balustrade net as such. It is just as well suited for uses in private applications as for semi-public or public spaces. Whether in houses, apartments, kindergartens and schools or museums or government offices, whether on bridges or publicly accessible viewpoints – with its combination of functionality and aesthetic understatement, material economy and longevity, Flexi-Mesh is the industry leading product of choice. Flexi-Mesh is a cost-effective system with little to no maintenance expenses required.
The integration of Flexi-Mesh into a specific design concept is simplified not least by the fact that the material can be manufactured in natural stainless or black oxide. There are numerous installation options when using Flexi-Mesh as a balustrade: Flexi-Mesh can be tensioned between steel tubes, bars or ropes, as desired. A further option is the use of pre-strung Flexi-Mesh frames. Pre-assembled in our warehouse, they can be installed on-site in a very short time and only a few steps.
With it’s unique tensile properties and ability to span long distances, flexi-Mesh minimises the requirements for supporting cables and attachments, reducing the overall project cost.
Due to its flexible properties under load Flexi-Mesh is perfectly suited to bridges that require materials to adapt to the temperature specific movements of the structure.
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In the spirit of reconciliation, Arcus Wire Group acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elder’s past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.