Zoo Mesh Stainless Steel Cable Mesh Supplier
  • zoo cages

    • Description

    A zoo cage should consider that providing an ecological framework and enrichment in captive animal environments play a significant function in ensuring high welfare requirements and advertising pet well-being. These atmospheres should intend to raise behavior diversity and also advertise gratifying experiences throughout the animal’s life. All animals within your treatment need to be in accommodation which:

    1. Appropriately fulfills their cognitive capacities.
    2. Properly fulfills their social requirements.
    3. Encourages all-natural, fulfilling and active habits.
    4. Takes into consideration health and wellness at all times.
    5. Provides a fascinating, promoting and dynamic environment

    What to Consider When Designing a Zoo Cage

    When designing a zoo cage, consider the following to create a good environment for the animals:

    1. Layout, Size, and Design: Make sure the enclosure meets the specific needs of the species. For example, place sensitive or anxious animals in areas with low noise and disturbance.
    2. Shelters and Refuges: Provide places for animals to hide and visual barriers between the public and the animals. Avoid having enclosures that can be viewed from all sides.
    3. Furniture and Enrichment: Include items that encourage natural behaviors and activities.
    4. Space and Dimensions: Ensure there is enough room for animals to move away from threats or disturbances.
    5. Social Interactions: Design spaces to encourage peaceful social interactions and reduce aggressive behaviors.
    6. Aquatic Environments: Provide high-quality water environments specific to the species’ needs.
    7. Safety: Implement safety measures to ensure safe experiences for both animals and staff.

    Regularly check the zoo cage to see if it still promotes good welfare for the animals. If there are problems, think about what you can do to fix them. Simple changes like adding branches, adjusting the substrate, or changing temperature and humidity can make a big difference without needing a complete redesign.

    The Relevance of recognizing species-specific requirements for zoo cage and husbandry treatment

    Different species have different needs based on their biology and behaviors. If our zoo cages don’t meet these needs, the animals’ well-being will suffer. Understanding their specific demands means making sure we meet their physical and behavioral needs. We should also think about the needs of people, as they may need changes based on age, health, individual preferences, and mood and focus on the environmental qualities that support species-specific needs in all exhibits and settings. We can get inspiration from wild environments.

    Types of the zoo cage

    Types of zoo cage included stainless steel rope mesh, stainless steel rope mesh, weld mesh, crimped wire mesh, chain link mesh, and chicken wire mesh.

    The stainless steel wire rope mesh zoo unit includes a stainless steel rope fence and a supporting structure.
    The Weld Mesh enclosure, especially stainless steel weld mesh, is flexible and usually pieced together.
    The Chain link fence has an adaptable layout. You can customize the mesh size. It’s commonly used in zoos and commercial buildings.
    The hexagonal wire mesh is typically used in bird aviaries. It works well for birds from 1″ to 3″ in size, like chickens.
    The Crimped Wire Mesh is woven from high-quality stainless steel or galvanized wire. It is also used as zoo mesh.

    Stainless Steel Rope Enclosure zoo mesh Specification


    Material Cable Diameter Hole Size Normal Break
    SS304/316/316L 3/64″ (1.2MM) 1″ x 1″ 270 LBS
    SS304/316/316L 1/16″ (1.6MM) 1″ x 1″ 480 LBS-zoo cage Recommended specification
    SS304/316/316L 1/16″ (1.6MM) 1.2″ x 1.2″ 480 LBS
    SS304/316/316L 5/64″ (2.0MM) 1.2″ x 1.2″ 676 LBS
    SS304/316/316L 5/64″ (2.0MM) 1.5″ x 1.5″ 676 LBS
    SS304/316/316L 5/64″ (2.0MM) 2.0″ x 2.0″ 676 LBS

    Weld Mesh



                                       Opening Wire Diameter<BWG>
    In inch In metric unit(mm)
    1/4″ x 1/4″ 6.4mm x 6.4mm 22,23,24
    3/8″ x 3/8″ 10.6mm x 10.6mm 19,20,21,22
    1/2″ x 1/2″ 12.7mm x 12.7mm 16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23
    5/8″ x 5/8″ 16mm x 16mm 18,19,20,21,
    3/4″ x 3/4″ 19.1mm x 19.1mm 16,17,18,19,20,21
    1″ x 1/2″ 25.4mm x 12.7mm 16,17,18,19,20,21
    1-1/2″ x 1-1/2″ 38mm x 38mm 14,15,16,17,18,19
    1″ x 2″ 25.4mm x 50.8mm 14,15,16
    2″ x 2″ 50.8mm x 50.8mm 12,13,14,15,16

    Chain Link Mesh



    Chain Mesh zoo cage Specifications
    Fence Height: 5ft, 6ft, 8ft, etc. (1.5m, 1.8m, 2.0m, 2.4m, etc.)
    Fence Length: 9m, 12m, 15m, 20m, 30m
    Wire Thickness: 2.5mm, 3.0mm, 3.15mm, 3.5mm, 4.0mm
    Opening size: 25x25mm, 50x50mm, 75x75mm, 80x80mm

    Hexagonal Chicken Wire Mesh



    Hexagonal Wire Netting Specification
    Mesh Size Wire Diameter Width & Length
    3/8″ 9.52mm 0.42mm – 0.50mm Width: 0.5m-1.8m
    Length: 25m, 30mOther sizes Hexagonal Enclosure zoo mesh  can be made as to the customer’s request
    1/2″ 12.7mm 0.38mm – 0.80mm
    5/8″ 16mm 0.38mm – 1.0mm
    3/4″ 19mm 0.38mm – 1.2mm
    1″ 25.4mm 0.38mm – 1.2mm
    5/4″ 31mm 0.55mm – 1.2mm
    3/2″ 38.1mm 0.55mm – 1.4mm
    2″ 50.8mm 0.55mm – 1.5mm
    3″ 76.2mm 0.65mm – 1.5mm
    4″ 101.6mm 1.2mm – 2.0mm

    Crimped Wire Mesh


    Wire Gauge (SWG) Wire Diameter (mm) Mesh/Inch Aperture (mm) Weight kg/m2
    Six zoo cage 4.8 1 20.6 11.5
    8 4.05 2 9 16.5
    10 3.2 2 10 10.5
    12 2.6 3 5.9 10.5
    14 2.0 3 6.5 6
    16 1.6 4 5 5.5
    17 1.4 5 5.1 5.0
    18 1.2 5 4 3.6
    19 1.0 6 3.2 3.0
    21 0.8 7 2.8 2.3
    22 zoo cage 0.7 8 2.5 2

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