Flat panel

Mostostal Met carries an end-to-end fencing solution based on welded wire mesh panels, complete with fence posts and installation accessories.
The fence gates are available with sliding or swing leaves.

Technical parameters

The available wire mesh panel sizes are 2,500 mm in width and 630 to 2,430 mm in height. The standard wire mesh size is 50x200 mm. Other spacing of vertical wires is available on request. The profiled wire mesh panels feature a number of wedge profiles to match the selected panel height to retain the required rigidity and impart great aesthetic value.

Flat panel fencing
Panel size
W × H [mm]
Post height [mm] No. of panel profiles
No. of clamps (S5 system) per post
Wire dia. [mm] Wight [kg]
Wire mesh size: 50×200 mm. Other wire mesh sizes and dimensions are available on request.
2500×630 1200 2 6/5/6 8,3
8/6/8 13,8
2500×830 1400 2 6/5/6 10,7
8/6/8 17,6
2500×1030 1600 2 6/5/6 13,1
8/6/8 21,4
2500×1230 1800 2 6/5/6 15,5
8/6/8 25,5
2500×1430 2000 3 6/5/6 17,8
8/6/8 29,1
2500×1630 2200 3 6/5/6 20,3
8/6/8 33,0
2500×1830 2400 3 6/5/6 22,6
8/6/8 36,8
2500×2030 2600 4 6/5/6 25,0
8/6/8 40,7
2500×2230 2800 4 6/5/6 27,4
8/6/8 44,5
2500×2430 3000 4 6/5/6 29,8
8/6/8 48,3

Flat panel fencing, side view

Flat panel fencing, side view


Basic colour palette shown, other colours are available on request

Compatible systems

See the selection of installation systems for the flat wire mesh panels.
Find more details in the “Installation Systems” section of the website

  • S1 System
  • S3 System
  • S4 System
  • S5 System
  • S6 System
  • S7 System
  • S8 System
  • S9 System
  • S10 System
  • S11 System

Related products

Hot-dip galvanising

The most effective anti-corrosive protection process for fencing products. In the hot-dip galvanising process, pre-treated steel parts are immersed in a solution of molten zinc which is held at a temperature of 440-460°C. The molten zinc reacts by diffusion with the steel surface, which builds an anti-corrosive layer of zinc. An advantage of hot-dip galvanising is that the process facilitates anti-corrosive zinc coating of surfaces hardly accessible in other types of protective processing, including the inner surfaces of hollow sections.

Selected atmosphere corrosivity categories, ref. PN-EN ISO 12944-5:

Corrosivity category: C2 – low atmospheric corrosivity
Outdoor environment: Atmospheres with a low level of pollution. Mostly rural areas.
Indoor environment: Unheated buildings where condensation may occur, e.g.. depots, warehouses, and sports halls.

Zinc coating reduction per year: 0,1 to 0,7 µm

Corrosivity category: C3 – medium atmospheric corrosivity
Outdoor environment: Urban and industrial atmospheres, moderate sulphur dioxide pollution. Coastal areas with low salinity.
Indoor environment: Production rooms with high humidity and some air pollution (food processing plants, laundries, breweries, and dairies).

Zinc coating reduction per year: 0,7 to 2,1 µm

Estimated anti-corrosive protection life:
Part thickness Zinc coating layer Reduction per year Estimated coating life
C2 atmospheric environment C3 atmospheric environment C2 atmospheric environment C3 atmospheric environment
≤ 1,5 mm 45 µm 0,1 to 0,7 µm 0,7 to 2,1 µm > 60 years 21 to 64 years
1,5 to 3,0 mm 55 µm > 75 years 26 to 78 years
3,0 to 6,0 mm 70 µm > 100 years 33 to 100 years
> 6,0 mm 80 µm > 110 years 38 to 114 years

Powder coating

Powder coating is a process of electrostatic deposition of powdered paint. Parts coated with electrostatically-charged powdered paint are “baked” in an oven at 180-200°C. The heat causes the powder to flow and form a continuous, durable and neat paint coat in a colour of choice.

Aside from providing decorative value, powder coats improve the corrosion resistance of fencing by the principle of coating interaction.

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