Glass fibre, it doesn’t burn, it doesn’t stretch, it’s inert and to top it all it’s made from sand what is more sustainable than that?
This makes it a first choice mesh for many of our customers.
Mermet have been weaving high performance glass fibre based fabrics for over 50 years. Mermet mesh is now woven in plants both in France and the USA. Glass fibre yarns are inherently fire resistant (to BS 476 Pt. 6 Class 0) and dimensionally stable, thus permitting the production of large roll widths and panels without the need for visible joints. These properties make Mermet fabrics suitable for use as both internal and external solar shading. We mainly use this mesh in construction of long lasting tensile structures, as well as being used for acoustic control either as free hanging acoustically absorbent panels or acoustically transparent coverings for wall and ceilings.