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Harsh
Environments
Corrosion
Resistant
Prevents Galvanic
Reaction Between
Dissimilar Metals
Galvanised
Stainless Steel 316
PVC Coated
Stainless Steel 316

Roof Safety Mesh

Roof Safety Mesh

Stainless steel is the optimum solution for roof safety mesh for harsh environments.

Stainless Steel Roof Safety Mesh provides fall protection during construction and maintenance for the life of the building.

Stainless steel is the solution to the corrosion of roof safety mesh and will cope with the Australian environment for the life of the building. Galvanised products do corrode and cannot provide adequate protection. Don’t take a short cut when you know there is a safer and longer lasting alternative.

SSWM have developed PVC Coated stainless steel roof safety mesh as an effective solution for galvanic reaction between dissimilar metals.

SSWM is Australia’s first & only stockist of Stainless Steel Roof Safety Mesh with extensive stock holdings of;
Stainless Steel Roof Safety Mesh
PVC Coated Stainless Steel Roof Safety Mesh

Australian Standards & Installation
Refer to ‘More Information’ for Australian Standards & Installation information.

Technical Information
Click on the technical ‘data sheet link’ PDF in the table below for the specifications and information on our roof safety mesh to assist with your specifying and ordering.

Please note installation as per local Code of Practice for safe work on roofs.

Speed to Market
Same day despatch when your order is received by 9am for Australia wide delivery.

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Stainless Steel Roof Safety Mesh

50 Metre Rolls

Product CodeMesh mmWire Diameter mmWidth mmApprox Weight KgGradeFinishData Sheet LinkRequest a Quote
SSWMRM 150 2.0 1806 150 x 3002.00180024316NilPDF
SSWMRM 150 2.0 1806 PVC150 x 3002.00180026.5316PVCPDF

 

For further information please have a read of our great blog article ‘What is the Solution for Roof Safety Mesh in Australia’s Harsh Environment?’ 

Australian Standards
✔
 AS/NZS 4389:2015 ‘Safety Mesh’ complies to load testing
Tensile strength of wire minimum 600Mpa exceeding requirement of 450Mpa
Each production run of roof safety mesh is tested and complies to above
✔ AS 2331.3.1:2001 (R2017) ‘Neutral Salt Spray Test’ PVC Coated tested to 96 hours

Installation
✔ Prior to installation refer to local ‘Code of Practice’ for safe work on roofs and SA HB 39:2015
✔ With every roll ‘Recommended Fixing Details’ sheet is provided

Code of Practice
For ‘Code of Practice’ for safe work on roofs click on the links below;
Victoria
Work Safe Victoria: Prevention of falls in general construction
NSW
Work Cover NSW: Safe work on roofs
Part 1: Commercial and Industrial buildings
Australia National
Safe Work Australia: National code of practice for the prevention of falls in general construction

For further information please have a read of our great blog article ‘What is the Solution for Roof Safety Mesh in Australia’s Harsh Environment?’ 

Australian Standards
✔
 AS/NZS 4389:2015 ‘Safety Mesh’ complies to load testing
Tensile strength of wire minimum 600Mpa exceeding requirement of 450Mpa
Each production run of roof safety mesh is tested and complies to above
✔ AS 2331.3.1:2001 (R2017) ‘Neutral Salt Spray Test’ PVC Coated tested to 96 hours

Installation
✔ Prior to installation refer to local ‘Code of Practice’ for safe work on roofs and SA HB 39:2015
✔ With every roll ‘Recommended Fixing Details’ sheet is provided

Code of Practice
For ‘Code of Practice’ for safe work on roofs click on the links below;
Victoria
Work Safe Victoria: Prevention of falls in general construction
NSW
Work Cover NSW: Safe work on roofs
Part 1: Commercial and Industrial buildings
Australia National
Safe Work Australia: National code of practice for the prevention of falls in general construction

For further information please have a read of our great blog article ‘What is the Solution for Roof Safety Mesh in Australia’s Harsh Environment?’ 

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