Detailed Copper Wire Mesh Categories & Parameters for Your Reference

Boegger Industech Ltd. is a professional manufacturer of copper wire mesh. Since its establishment in 2000, our company has played an important role in the field of wire mesh. In order to improve the satisfaction of you and your clients, we have been committed to developing higher quality woven copper mesh.

Why Choose Us?

For the production of copper wire mesh, Boegger has now upgraded its weaving equipment to advanced computer numerical control technology, with a higher level of process control, more consistent quality, and greater output. Our copper wire mesh has high electrical conductivity and corrosion resistance to rust. Its soft performance makes it very easy to handle, demonstrating excellent performance in shielding EMI, RFI, RF, EMC, etc., and the advantages of sustainable recyclable materials.

Our copper wire mesh is available in three different weaves – plain, twill, and Dutch, and we keep a good stock of standard sizes. Our riser sizes are 1/1.2 m wide and 30 m long. We support the customization of wire diameter, mesh size, and roll diameter, and the minimum order quantity for mesh is 150 m.

Catalog cover of the copper wire network.


Measure coarse copper mesh wire diameter as 2.98 mm with vernier calipers

Coarse copper mesh

Measure medium copper mesh wire diameter as 0.5 mm with vernier calipers

Medium copper mesh

A piece of fine copper mesh displayed on the workbench

Fine copper mesh


A roll of copper wire mesh-10 mesh on a workbench

10 mesh

Copper wire mesh-12 mesh with a ruler on top on the workbench

12 mesh

Measure a roll of copper wire mesh 16-mesh on a workbench with metre gauge

16 mesh

A piece of copper wire mesh with a meter gauge placed on the right

30 mesh

A copper wire mesh-50 mesh with an accuracy measuring tape placed on top

50 mesh

A meter gauges placed on top of copper wire mesh-60 mesh

60 mesh

A piece of copper wire mesh-80 mesh with a meter gauge placed on top

80 mesh

A copper wire mesh-100 mesh with an accuracy measuring tape placed on top

100 mesh

A meter gauge placed on top of copper wire mesh-180 mesh

180 mesh

A piece of copper wire mesh-200

200 mesh

Copper wire mesh-250 on the workbench measured with meter gauge

250 mesh

Copper wire mesh-300 on the workbench measured with meter gauge

300 mesh


A roll of copper wire mesh produced on a workbench

Surface detection

Composition tester shows the chemical composition of the copper mesh

Chemical composition detection

Measure the width of a copper wire mesh on a workbench

Width measurement

Measure the length of copper wire mesh with a instrument on the table

Length measurement

Mesh count of the copper wire mesh viewed through a fisheye type instrument

Mesh count detection-1

Measure the copper wire mesh on the tabletop with an accuracy measuring tape

Mesh count detection-2

Measure copper wire mesh wire diameter with vernier calipers

Wire diameter measurement-1

Measure copper wire mesh wire diameter with tool

Wire diameter measurement-2

How to Measure Copper Wire Mesh?

Schematic of a copper wire mesh measurement

Copper wire mesh specification measurement

Copper Wire Mesh Shielding Performance

A chart shows different shielding effectiveness of copper wire mesh with different aperture.

Different mesh counts shielding effectiveness line graph

According to the line graph, with the gradual increase of the electromagnetic rate, the higher the mesh number, the better the shielding effectiveness of the copper mesh. To verify whether copper mesh with different mesh counts can meet the expected shielding effectiveness, we provide you with the copper mesh shielding effectiveness calculator. This calculator can help you accurately calculate the shielding effectiveness of copper mesh. This helps optimize the choice of copper mesh, including gauge, thickness, and layout.


Copper wire mesh uses copper wire (containing more than 99.95% copper, generally called pure copper). Weaved using a plain weaving method, the surface of the high-quality copper wire mesh does not have any mesh defects. The high mesh count copper wire mesh looks like a piece of delicate silk from a distance, without a single flaw.

  • Faraday cage
  • EMI / RFI shielding mesh
  • Grounding mesh
  • Rodent and bird exclusion
  • Garden pest stopper
  • Decorative mesh
  • Fireplace screen
  • Filter and sieve

EMI radiation shielding is the act of preventing harmful radiation from harming humans and various objects through the use of shielding agents such as lead, concrete, woven wire, etc.

Copper wire mesh is particularly effective for EMI radiation shielding because it reflects and absorbs EMI energy. For this reason, copper wire mesh is often used for radiation shielding in a variety of electronic and communications equipment. This is because, in terms of EMI radiation wavelengths, the openings in the copper wire mesh are usually woven to a much smaller size than these waves, which causes the radiation waves to reflect off the mesh surface. In other words, copper wire mesh blocks our electronic and communication devices, protecting them from potentially harmful EMI energy.

When these EMI waves come into contact with the mesh surface, some of the EMI energy is converted into heat. This heat is absorbed into the wires and dispersed throughout the fabric. In addition, EMI waves are scattered when they come into contact with the braided wire shielding, which means that the strength of the EMI energy bouncing off or through the mesh is reduced. As a result, copper wire mesh provides highly effective EMI radiation shielding to protect the surrounding environment and equipment.

The answer is YES. Our skilled employees have been in this field for over 10 years. They are very capable of making custom wire mesh according to your special requirements.

Of course! We are glad to provide samples to you or your clients. You will find that our products are genuine at fair prices.

For fine copper mesh, it can be cut by scissors; if for coarse copper mesh, wire diameter thicker than 1 mm, we suggest to use shearing machine.

For fine copper mesh, you can use double sides adhesive tape, traceless adhesive tape, and conductive tape to connect the copper wire mesh together. For medium and coarse copper mesh, you can use silver soldering.

  • Step 1: Wrap the copper wire mesh on a tube core.
  • Step 2: Use plastic bubble film or carton paper to protect the mesh surface.
  • Step 3: Put the mesh into a PVC tube if it is fine mesh.
  • Step 4: Put some layers of plastic bubble film into the plywood case first, for damp-proof and anti-collision.
  • Step 5: Put the copper wire mesh into the plywood case.
  • Step 6: Fix the case by strapping and protect the case corners by steel plates.
Note: If it is a heavy coarse mesh that can not be rolled, the mesh will be cut into sheets, protected by carton paper, then loaded on steel or wooden pallets, and finally covered by a plywood case.

After finishing the production, and before the delivery, we will use the handheld spectrum tester to test the copper wire mesh chemical compositions, then work out a material test certificate to get the client's approval of dispatch. The raw material supplier's MTC is also available.

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