Since the company’s founding in 1854, Edward J. Darby & Son, Inc. has remained committed to cementing its reputation as a major player in the wire mesh industry. Darby prides itself on its ability to meet the vast and changing requirements of wire mesh users, and it is for this reason that Darby continues to be a trusted supplier of high-quality custom woven wire mesh.
Customers and users, large and small, depend on Darby to manufacture wire mesh to exact specifications. Darby offers custom manufacturing in both welded and woven wire mesh and in various metals and alloys like stainless steel, aluminum, plain steel, galvanized and even copper alloys.
Woven Wire Mesh
Depending on a customer’s specific requirements, there are times when a wire mesh specification must be custom manufactured. Whether it is a non-standard combination of mesh count and diameter wire, a special width or weaving crimp type, a unique alloy, a large run or a heavy duty item, Darby has supplied literally thousands of custom manufactured meshes to meet the needs of many different users.
Due to our reputation as a trusted company for over 160 years, Darby has formed several key alliances with a select number of mills throughout the world. When appropriate, Darby will access mills in China, Europe, Canada, and of course, the United States to better serve our customers.
Darby maintains twenty weaving looms on premises, and our weaving technicians have more than 60 years of combined experience. Darby specializes in heavier duty, pre-crimped wire mesh, which is usually manufactured with an intermediate crimp or lock crimp. Darby also operates a diamond mesh loom as well as automatic looms capable of weaving various wire mesh specifications.
Please contact us with your woven wire mesh requirements.
Welded Wire Mesh
Over the past thirty years, welded wire mesh – and in particular custom welded wire mesh – has become extremely popular among users and customers alike. Custom welded wire mesh is typically manufactured in T-304 stainless steel, T-316 stainless steel, plain steel and pre-galvanized wire.
From an appearance standpoint, welded wire mesh is clean in appearance and uniform in its grid pattern. From a structural standpoint, because the wires are welded at the joints, the mesh remains extremely strong and rigid. Often times, customers and users prefer the larger opening sizes and relatively thinner diameter wires that compose welded wire mesh.
Please contact us with your welded wire mesh requirements.
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Stainless Steel Welded