Bronze wire mesh is almost identical to copper wire mesh in that it has a chemical makeup consisting of 90% copper and 10% zinc. The similarities between the two wire meshes mean that bronze can be used in many of the same applications in which copper is used. The main factors that differentiate bronze from other metals, however, are that bronze is neither conductive nor is it magnetic.  Bronze is most commonly used for both industrial and residential applications. Its strength and durability make bronze an exceptional metal for wire mesh. Bronze is frequently used for filtration and in marine applications, as well as for a variety of residential uses, due to its resistance to corrosion.


Some of the many ways in which bronze is used include:

• Plumbing

• Filtration and separation 

• Cabinetry

• Decorative Signage

• Infill panels

• Wine Lockers