Galvanized Diamond Mesh


Galvanized diamond mesh lath is a type of building material used in the construction of traditional stucco and masonry systems. It is made of interwoven metal wires that have been cut and expanded to create a diamond-shaped pattern, and then coated with a layer of galvanized material to protect against corrosion. The diamond-shaped openings in the mesh provide a strong and flexible surface for the stucco or masonry to bond to, helping to distribute weight evenly across the wall and reducing the risk of cracks and other structural damage.


This product has a sheet size of 27″ x 96″ and meets the ASTM 653/653m standard. It is suitable for use in residential, commercial, and industrial building projects, and can be ordered in rolls or sheets. It is easy to cut and shape to fit the specific dimensions of the project, and is durable, strong, and easy to work with, making it a popular choice for contractors and builders.

1. Material: galvanized diamond lath is made from high-quality steel that has been coated with a layer of zinc to provide additional protection against corrosion.
2. Surface: the surface of galvanized diamond lath is perforated with a pattern of small diamond-shaped openings, which allow stucco or other masonry materials to adhere to the lath and form a strong bond.
3. Strength: galvanized diamond lath is known for its high strength and durability, making it ideal for use in stucco and masonry applications where strength and stability are required.
4. Corrosion resistance: the galvanized coating on diamond lath provides excellent protection against corrosion, making it suitable for use in outdoor environments and other challenging environments.
5. Versatility: galvanized diamond lath can be used in a wide range of stucco and masonry applications, including walls, ceilings, and other surfaces where a strong, stable foundation is required.
6. Installation: galvanized diamond lath can be easily installed using nails, staples, or other fasteners, and is compatible with a range of installation methods.