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Banker Wire Mesh - Exterior Railing

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Banker Wire Mesh - Exterior Railing

Banker Wire Mesh - Exterior Railing

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Located in Portland, Oregon, Four Seasons Condominiums was a total strip and re-clad project by Kilburn Architects and Charter Construction. Railpro Railings used Banker Wire FPZ-46 metal wire mesh infill panels for the balconies.

Banker Wire L-62 stainless wire mesh was press-formed at 90 degree angles to form the corners of these balconies, creating a smooth, seamless look for this mixed-use building in Downtown Milwaukee. The balconies were integrated into the design as a tailored component with high percent open areas. The rigid construction of the woven lockcrimp mesh makes this design possible.

Banker Wire's aluminum large weave rectangular lockcrimp wire mesh infill panels are used throughout Target Field to keep people safe as well as providing unobstructed views. Banker Wire can be seen throughout many sporting venues across the country. With the enormous range of pattern selections to suit all budgets, Banker woven or welded wire mesh is the go-to material.

Panels of Banker Wire SZ-4 architectural wire mesh in Stainless/Copper were used for the balcony of this Mercer Island residence. Massive stainless steel railing was custom built around the mixed wire mesh, providing security and detail even when viewed from the shoreline.

The twin wire, flat top crimp style of Banker Wire M22-22 architectural wire mesh makes an attractive railing infill panel on this UW-Madison rooftop terrace used for outdoor receptions and social gatherings. Banker Wire’s Versatile Spine framing system has a slim profile, yet is strong and completely customizable to suit your needs.

Banker Wire L-62 aluminum square lockcrimp wire mesh is used to line the harbor in front of the New York skyline. The mesh pattern has the perfect balance of opening and diameter for strength and versatility. This is a great choice for exterior, high corrosion applications.

At Montgomery College in College Park, Maryland, the textural qualities of Banker Wire FPZ-46 architectural wire mesh allow light reflection as well as filtering for this stairwell. The mesh infill panels are framed with Banker Wire’s Versatile Spine system, along with the Wagnerail post system by The Wagner Rail Companies.

Black powder coated L-62 wire mesh is a perfect infill panel material used at this private school. The consistency of the woven wire mesh infill panels allows students to enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the campus.

Banker Wire's simple and elegant L-62 stainless steel wire mesh was used on this deck’s railing infill panels. The stainless and cedar together blend nicely against the Atlantic background. Banker’s highly defined lockcrimp wire mesh is not duplicated anywhere in the wire cloth industry. It is among the most versatile and budget friendly architectural wire mesh crimp styles and is often the material of choice for wire mesh infill panels.

Banker Wire Mesh M22-27, a popular twin wire architectural mesh, often finds itself being used as railing infill panels, as it is here at an Austin, Texas shopping mall. The infill panels have a powder coated finish.

Banker Wire M13Z-7 architectural wire mesh is used throughout the Baltimore Washington International Airport as railing infill panels. The M13Z-7 stainless steel wire mesh has a high percent open area, yet it is a strong weave because of the larger diameter stainless wires. The contrasting crimp styles in the warp and fill direction gives this wire mesh pattern a directional design characteristic. Railing, fence, and security are all applications that are perfect for this style of weave.

Banker Wire stainless steel L-62 woven wire mesh creates an elegant pool fence for this Pacific coastal residence. The highly defined intersections of Banker Wire lock crimp is unique among other weavers and has always been a favorite for railing infill panels as well as fence material. The lock crimp weave style is highly versatile with wire diameter, spacing, and alloy all design characteristics that can be changed to suit the project.

This rooftop fountain is surrounded by Banker Wire SZ-3 architectural wire mesh and is framed in a simple flat bar frame. The SZ-3 woven pattern is thin, yet strong and dense. The wire mesh fabric is easily coaxed into taking the radius of the circular platform. The 27% open area allows visibility through the wire mesh screen.

A great place to work out, Planet Granite looks out over San Francisco Bay. Banker Wire's I-188 Intercrimp wire mesh, using a simple angle iron frame, works as an all around cost effective material that does the job. The wire mesh railings are also used throughout the interior of the facility.

The Fred Rogers Center at Saint Vincent College, located in Latrobe, Pennsylvania uses Banker Wire architectural wire mesh as both a railing and solar shading for office space below. Designed by FortyEighty Architecture and constructed by Massaro Corporation, this beautiful building won Leed Gold Certification with the USGBC. Product(s) Used: M13Z-345

Banker Wire M13Z-145 "Rigid Cable" mesh is framed using Banker Wire Versatile Spine infill panel system surrounded by a slit tube frame. Each floor of the building enjoys a very large balcony. The 161 First Street building is a four story commercial building located in Milwaukee's Fifth Ward where Vetter Denk Architects enjoy a beautiful view of Lake Michigan. Receiving a Merit award from the AIA Wisconsin Chapter, the building fits well in its urban surroundings. Product(s) Used: M13Z-145