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Prima Single Bar Mesh

Prima Single bar V mesh is used ostensibly for low risk security fence protection. Ideal for perimeter demarcation line protecting against unwanted and unintended trespass. Single Bar has an open grill design with maximum see-through visibility, which makes it the cheapest form of boundary fencing. Conforms to BS 1722-14.

Standard specification:

  • Panel heights: From 1.8m to 2.4m high
  • Posts: RHS generally 60x40mm set at 2.5m centres.
  • Fixings M8 anti tamper galvanised security bolts with a threaded inserts into posts.
  • Posts Finish: Hot dip galvanised to BS EN 1461 and polyester powder coated to any RAL or BS colour.
  • Panels: galvfan or galvanised and polyester powder coated to any RAL or BS colour.

Examples of Prima Single Bar Weld Mesh

Crimped Metal Fence

Prima 200mm x 50mm Mesh

Prima Single Bar Fence

Single Bar Weld Mesh

Welded Mesh Security Fence

About Single Bar Weld Mesh

This is the lowest priced metal wire welded mesh fence on the market – so cheap it has now replaced traditional chainlink fencing.

The Prima single bar weldmesh range of fencing is an inexpensive mesh security fence. It is a great option for many locations where boundary demarcation is a higher consideration than security protection

This type of weld mesh fencing is usually installed around retails parks, school playing fields, car parks and commercial buildings.

The fence has a crimped panel depending on the height. The rigidity and strength of the fence is increased by crimping the metal bars close to the top of the panel.

Single bar mesh comes in 1.8m to 2.4m high metal fence panels, of 5mm thick bars at 200mm vertical by 50mm horizontal mesh pattern metal .

A stronger 6mm single bar mesh, or custom pattern wire mesh are available.

The lowest priced fence panels come in 2.5m and 3m wide, 3m being the cheapest weld mesh fence on the market rivaling the more traditional chain link fence on cost especially when the fence run has a lot of changes of direction as straining posts can add considerably to the cost.

Not only low-cost, but easy to fit along runs where there are many angles, changes of direction, and gradient because straining posts of chain link can hike the cost of installing chain-link fence over weld mesh.


Ensure you tell us the height and number of metres required. Upload images of the areas and/or site plans, even a hand drawn layout sketch will do.