Wire mesh infill panels are available in carbon steel (e-coated and powder coated), aluminum (powder coated) and stainless steel (hem polished to specification).

Steel Wire Mesh Infill Panels

Our welded wire mesh infill panels are constructed from .120 inch diameter steel wire and every second wire is welded within the steel hem. Hems are constructed from 11 gauge steel. To ensure that all water is evacuated, the bottom hem is left completely open.

Load carrying strength of wire mesh infill panels cannot be calculated, therefore, we test the complete panel design on our test rig to ensure it passes the appropriate code.

For outdoor use, our wire mesh infill panels are electro-coated, then powder coated to our standard color or to architect’s specifications.

Standard Selection

  • 2” x 2”  Square

Options

  • 4" x 4" Square
  • 1" x 1" Square

Rectangular Wire Mesh (various patterns)

  • 2" x 1" Rectangular
  • 1" x 3" Rectangular
  • 2" x 4" Rectangular

Aluminum Woven Wire Mesh Infill Panels

Aluminum wire mesh panels are offered for highly corrosive environments, such as Florida and along the coastlines. Aluminum wire mesh must be a larger gauge than steel in order to meet the 50 lb. on 1 sq. ft. loading requirement. Panels cannot be anodized, since the weld marks at the corners have a different shade post anodizing than the rest of the panel and U channel. In order to meet loading requirements, Hollaender specifies .250 in. diameter wire with 11 gauge hems.

Since aluminum is often required in Florida, it is often also specified with AAMA 2605 coatings, which are super resistant to loss of gloss and color. Hollaender can provide Kynar coatings that meet this specification.

In less “high sun exposure” applications, AAMA 2604, powder coat is satisfactory.

Stainless Steel Infill Panels

Stainless steel infill panels are available in 304 and 316 SS. Since 316 is extremely expensive, we normally recommend 304 SS. Panel construction is similar to carbon steel - .120 inch OD mesh, 11 gauge hems, every second wire welded to the hem. The major difference is in coating – stainless steel hems are polished to the desired specification, with our standard recommendation being #4 satin polish. Brighter finishes are also available.

 

Projects Incorporating Wire Mesh Infill Panels

Philadelphia Naval Shipyard - Speed-Rail®

Railing
Speed-Rail®
Infill
Wire Mesh
Finish
e-coated and powdercoated 2x2" steel wire mesh infill

ADA Compliant Handrail - Aluminum & Stainless Steel

Railing
ADA Compliant Handrail
Infill
Picket, Wire Mesh
Finish
Anodized or powder coated for a high level of corrosion resistance

Northwest Branch Library - Interna-Rail®

Railing
Interna-Rail®
Infill
Wire Mesh
Finish
Clear anodized finish frame with e-coated and powdercoated 2x2" steel wire mesh infill

Oschner Medical Center - Interna-Rail®

Railing
Interna-Rail®
Infill
Wire Mesh
Finish
Clear anodized finish frame with 2x2" steel wire mesh infill

Product Data Sheets

  • Hollaender Interna-Rail® Railing System with Metal Infill Panels Hollaender Interna-Rail® Railing System with Metal Infill Panels
  • Hollaender Speed‐Rail® Railing System with Metal or Glass Infill Panels Hollaender Speed‐Rail® Railing System with Metal or Glass Infill Panels

Drawings

  • ADA Railing - Isometric ADA Railing - Isometric
  • Interna-Rail® with Diagonal Wire Mesh Infill Panels Interna-Rail® with Diagonal Wire Mesh Infill Panels
  • Interna-Rail® with Metal Infill Panels BIM Interna-Rail® with Metal Infill Panels BIM
  • Interna-Rail® with Square Wire Mesh Infill Panels Interna-Rail® with Square Wire Mesh Infill Panels
  • Speed-Rail® with Diagonal Wire Mesh Infill Panels Speed-Rail® with Diagonal Wire Mesh Infill Panels
  • Speed-Rail® with Square Wire Mesh Infill Panels Speed-Rail® with Square Wire Mesh Infill Panels