Stainless steel rope net woven net stainless steel rope net woven net is made by cross-weaving with multiple steel wire ropes to form a net. The net is durable and unsuitable for breaking, and the bearing capacity is large.
Mainly used for protection and bird language network in the zoo
The stainless steel rope mesh woven mesh is used in the construction of bird cages for zoo beasts and gardens. Adapted to tigers, cheetahs, lions, monkeys, cranes, black cranes, red-crowned cranes, parrots, swans, peacocks, eagle, vultures, badgers, ostriches, turkeys, flamingos, etc.
Commonly used materials are 304, 304L, 316, 316L, and the stainless steel wire rope structure is generally 7x7 rope, 7x19. We will recommend wire rope diameters, mesh sizes, and structural installation recommendations for each bird based on customer requirements.
Main installation accessories: stainless steel standard parts, stainless steel wire rope, stainless steel collar, stainless steel buckle, etc. During installation, it should be noted that the attachments are reasonably distributed, pay attention to the bearing capacity, and the angle of the mesh surface is reasonable. It is recommended that the angle of the mesh surface be 60 degrees. To ensure that each standard and other mounting accessories must be installed securely. The rope connection must be tight, and there should be no exposed head.
Advantages of stainless steel rope mesh woven mesh:
(1) Light weight, high strength, never rust, good flexibility, strong cushioning force, fatigue resistance, impact resistance, large breaking force, and sturdy and durable overall structure. Easy to construct, easy to install, suitable for any environmental conditions.
(2) Close to nature, green and environmental protection, and effectively protect bird feathers and animal skin, effectively prevent rodents and other animals from biting, and give birds a safe and comfortable living environment;
(3) Good permeability, luxurious appearance, novel style and unique texture. Let the visitors watch birds and landscapes at close range.
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