Underground Perimeter Yield Mining Mesh Deformation On Demand

As a manufacturer of welded mining mesh, we have observed various instances of mesh failures in the industry.

We conducted a thorough analysis of these failures to identify their root causes, which we found to be linked to several factors, including mechanical damage, corrosion, blast damage, and deformation static and dynamic in nature.


In our continuous efforts to improve our products, we conducted rigorous testing on samples of our mining friction anchors in Europe. The test results conclusively demonstrated that the addition of steel wire rope to the mesh significantly improved its performance.

This finding has been instrumental in our efforts to develop better quality mining mesh products that can withstand the challenges of mining operations and ensure the safety of workers and equipment.

Our testing in Europe yielded valuable insights into the performance of Welded Mining Mesh under load. We found that the loads exerted on the mesh are intensified around the pinning bolts and that the welds around these bolts are the most vulnerable points that lead to mesh failure when the load reaches its maximum capacity. Furthermore, we discovered that insufficient clamping of the surrounding strands of mesh by the load plate can also contribute to failure.

Armed with this knowledge, we embarked on a research initiative aimed at improving the performance of our mining mesh products. Our investigation led us to explore the use of wire rope in our designs, and we ultimately developed the Perimeter Yield Mesh. This innovative solution represents a significant improvement in mesh performance compared to conventional welded mining mesh, enhancing safety and reliability in mining operations.