Clearmesh / Aviary Mesh
Our ClearMesh (also known as zoo mesh or aviary mesh) is suitable for indoor and outdoor aviaries or animal enclosures. This has become a very popular product for both consumers and zoo’s/sanctuaries not only across the country but also across the world. ClearMesh can safely house birds, small mammals, and some reptiles.
Lightweight and flexible
Our aviary mesh is extremely lightweight and flexible, making it easy to install and shape to any custom aviary or animal enclosure design. Installation couldn’t be simpler, you can either staple the mesh to a wooden frame or tie it to a metal structure. Whether you’re a beginner at DIY or a firm expert, we’re confident that you will have no issues installing the mesh at home.
Stainless Steel Aviary Mesh
Stainless steel is not just ideal for outdoor use but also completely safe for your bird! It is known that galvanised steel, a popular material for aviary mesh, can cause zinc poisoning in birds, so it is extremely important to ensure that your mesh is made from stainless steel. We offer stainless steel grade 304 as a standard, however 316 can be used for enclosures that are closer to the seaside.
Stainless steel is also anti-corrosive and all-weather resistant making it perfect for outdoor use. Once installed, the mesh should not need replacing for at least another 15 years, if not more!
The most unique point about our aviary mesh is that it is nearly invisible to the human eye due to the knitted looping pattern. Welded metal is most often used for aviaries; however, the chunky wire gauges often make visibility quite limited.
Once installed, the mesh can also be spray painted either black or green to increase visibility even further. We do not currently offer this service ourselves as the paint layer will corrode and need re-doing every few months or so.
Find Out More
Find out more about Clear Bird Mesh from Knitwire
Call our Customer service team:
0044 (0) 1928 566996
The office hours at our Head Office in Runcorn are:
9am to 5pm Monday to Thursday
9am to 4pm on Friday.