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6mm A142 High Tensile Steel Reinforcement Mesh Sheet 2000mm x 3600mm

URN: 7002005
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Comprising a metal webwork of thin steel rods, A142 reinforcement mesh endows concrete with improved tensile strength and structural stability.

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Comprising a metal webwork of thin steel rods, A142 reinforcement mesh endows concrete with improved tensile strength and structural stability.

URN: 7002005
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Key Features

  • Enhances concrete strength
  • Suited for domestic use
  • Complies with BS448
  • Robust lattice structure
  • Prevents structural failure
  • Requires professional review
  • Reduces maintenance needs
  • Ensures even load distribution
  • Minimises temperature-related stress

Technical Specification

Technical Specification
Material Type:Steel
Thickness:6mm
Width:2000mm
Length:3600mm
Sales Unit:Sheet

What is A142 Mesh? 

Reinforcing steel mesh is adopted as a preventative measure against structural failure in concrete slabs, walls, and footings of buildings and bridges. 


Like all reinforcing products, 6mm a142 reinforcing mesh is purpose-built to enhance the tensile strength of concrete. 

Reinforcing steel mesh is embedded within freshly poured concrete during the casting process. As the concrete dries and solidifies it marries with the mesh, creating a composite material - a unity which allows for the transference of stress between the two elements.

Essentially, by forming a singular structural unit, the concrete is able to tackle compressive stresses while the ductile nature of steel mesh works to withstand tensile stresses.


A142 reinforcement fabric mesh is most commonly utilised alongside 100 - 150mm thick concrete in light-duty domestic concreting applications

What is A142 Mesh Used For?

  • Concrete slabs
  • Walls
  • Ground beams
  • Patios
  • Paving slabs
  • Driveways


Before any work begins, all structural reinforcement designs should be reviewed by a professional and qualified structural engineer.

A142 Mesh Features & Benefits

  • It minimises maintenance requirements - Reinforcement ensures a structure stands the test of time
  • Helps reduce the likelihood of cracking and structural damage 
  • Ensures loads are distributed in a uniform manner 
  • Steel and concrete have a similar response to temperature fluctuations, this material union, therefore, minimises internal stress within a structure


A142 High Tensile Steel Reinforcement Mesh Fabric Specifications

  • Manufactured to BS448
  • Mesh Main Wires: 6mm
  • Robust nature - featuring a complex lattice formation 
  • Helps concrete withstand tension force
  • Reinforces concrete in a range of light-duty domestic concrete applications 


At Materials Market, we stock a range of concrete reinforcement mesh to assist you in strengthening concrete constructions such as patios, paving slabs, and driveways, among many others. 


What Accessories Can Be Used To Fix Reinforcement Mesh?

Reinforcing mesh should be supported at regular intervals from below with the following purpose-made accessories: 

  • Hystools
  • Wire Ring Spacers
  • Concrete Bar Spacers
  • Grade Plate Spacers 
  • Circular Wire Spacers

The 3 Main Types of Stresses In Construction

While concrete is durable for the most part and will withstand compression force, it is also prone to cracking from load bending tensile force.

For this reason, implementing reinforcement measures when laying concrete is imperative in high-stress environments.

Let's take a look at a few key stresses in construction:

  • Tensile (pulling apart) 
  • Compressive (pushing together) 
  • Shear (sliding stress of a parallel cross-section material) 

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