3D panel mesh machine is mainly used to produce 3D welded wire meshes and underfloor heating meshes.
How to install 3D welded wire meshes? Please follow follow about 8 steps:
Step1: 3D installation starts from the concrete slab, either a conventional or Unblock flooring system. Re-starter bars are “cast into the slab” according to engineering requi rements.
Step2 :Cutting and assembling to the 3D panels is carried out according to the engineering shop drawings and cutting schedule. The 3D lightweight panels are easily assembled forming the wall structure
Step3 :Erection of the 3D panels starts in a corner to give the construction rigidity. The panels are tied together with a lap splice mesh on both sides suing a pneumatic fastener tool hog ring gun.
Step4:The panels are held in place using appropriate bracin g. The type of bracing required will depend on site conditions. All bracing is located on the same side of the wall, opposite to the side which will receive the concrete first.
Step5:Openings for doors and windows can be cut out before or after the panels are erected. Pre-cast lightweight concrete reveals are inserted into the openings providing extra screed lines for plastering and a Pre-finished return surface to fix the windows to
Stept6:3D panels can be used for mid flooring and roof structures, using a simple connection system. Many other conventional concrete or timber flooring systems can also be incorporated into the 3D concrete wall structure.
Step 7:Before concrete application, all services such as electrical plumbing mesh, once all bracing and screed line are in place, the walls are sprayed with a special concrete mix and completed to the desired finish.
Step 8:There are various finishes available including sponge, smooth undulating adobe, and drag or trawled. For internal walls if a grid finish is preferred the walls are simply straight –edged and the gibe is glued directly to it, the exterior is painted with an electrometric acrylic paint system