Woven wire mesh manufacturer W.S. Tyler has just unveiled a plastic coated stainless steel option that is poised to alter building façade projects.
Mentor, OH (PRWEB) August 07, 2013
W.S. Tyler Architectural design group is pleased to announce the introduction of a new product. The recent addition of plastic coated stainless steel woven wire mesh to the company’s inventory affords building façade projects an infinite array of possibilities with numerous pattern and color options from which to choose.
Anyone who has ever laid eyes on the South Campus Central Chiller Plant at Ohio State University knows what a unique building façade can do. The dichroic glass fins that are attached to the plant “change colors depending on the how the sunlight hits them and from what angle,” PSFK, the go-to source for new ideas and inspiration for creative professionals, explains. Building owners, however, don’t have to go to such lengths to give their structures such eye-capturing appeal. W.S. Tyler Architectural, with offices across the globe and in Ohio, has just released a new product that can aesthetically differentiate them.
All of W.S. Tyler’s woven wire mesh transforms the appearance of exterior facades, thereby infusing the buildings that incorporate it with immense individual character. The gleaming façade that results from the mesh reflects light in many variations. W.S. Tyler offers special types of weave, all of which have adequate stability and, at the same time, stand up to environmental impacts. The newest addition among these types is plastic coated stainless steel woven wire mesh, which extends the line’s visual impact to encompass pattern and color.
"The large variety of mesh types we offer can visually enhance buildings and give them their own character," explains W.S. Tyler’s spokesperson. "Depending on the light and viewing angles, the material appears either transparent or closed."
The plastic coated wire woven mesh is the newest member to join W.S. Tyler’s stainless steel lineup and joins thousands of other different types of woven wire mesh. Other offerings in the steel category include bright steel, galvanized steel, tinned steel and lacquered steel. The fine and ultra-fine wire mesh innovations the company weaves goes beyond the traditional products available in today’s marketplace. W.S. Tyler specializes in designing products around its clients’ applications to ensure they receive performance they can rely upon.
About W.S. Tyler
W.S. Tyler, a member of the HAVER & BOECKER Group, began producing woven wire cloth in Hohenlimburg, Germany in 1887. Today, the business is one of the world’s leading wire weaving companies with a global network of branches and manufacturing facilities. A combination of tradition and innovation allows W.S. Tyler to meet and exceed the high expectations of its customers. Collectively the large number of creative partnerships with internationally renowned partners, patents, and registered designs and trademarks provide firsthand proof of the extraordinary quality of W.S. Tyler’s products.