#Meshspotting - December round up

#Meshspotting - December round up

Our #meshspotting campaign is showcasing the many properties and capabilities of expanded metal mesh and highlighting where and how it is used all over the world.

Here’s a round-up of the best of December’s submissions…

Düsseldorf Airport, Düsseldorf

Dusseldorf airport


One of the last things jet-setters will see at Düsseldorf Airport as they approach the runway is expanded metal ceiling tiles. Thanks to Paul Bushnell for sending this in! For more information on our expanded metal ceiling tiles and panels, click here.


PROTO office building, Gateshead


An example of metal mesh being implemented as part of an exterior architectural feature for the first digital production facility of its kind in Europe. Thanks to Andy Foster for sending this one in!


Queen’s Medical Centre Tram Station, Nottingham

Queen's Medical centre tram station

Expanded metal is used across the UK’s transport infrastructure in a variety of security measures. Here it takes on the role as part of the perimeter to maintain a high standard of security at a tram station. Explore expanded metal’s security features here. Thanks to Paul Bushnell for sending us this image!


Water tank divider, Sydney Aquarium

Water tank divider

Expanded metal mesh is found in the most unexpected places, here it is being used down under to separate tanks at Sydney Aquarium. Thanks to Richard Holmes for finding this one down under!


Ceiling features, Costa Coffee, Dubai International Airport

Costa coffee

An airport café utilising the versatility of metal mesh, with renowned coffee baristas Costa Coffee using it to create ceiling features, allowing lots of light to pass through to the café setting. Richard Holmes spotted this.


Temple Green Park & Ride station, Leeds

Temple Green Park & Ride

These ceiling panels at Temple Green Park & Ride station in Leeds provide protection for cabling and passengers. Thanks to Anthony Bate for contributing this image.


We’d love you to take part in our #meshspotting campaign by sharing great pictures of expanded metal mesh via e-mailing us on meshspotting@exmesh.co.uk or on social media, using #meshspotting. You can send us the images via our accounts on Pinterest, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

The best photos will be shown on our social media channels, website and e-marketing platforms, including our regular e-newsletter.

Every quarter we will be choosing a winner in the following categories:

- Most creative application spotted

- Best photo (composition)

- Furthest away from Hartlepool (our HQ and the original home of expanded metal manufacturing!)

Follow us on Pinterest, Twitter, and LinkedIn to keep track of our #meshspotting campaign, or to find out more, click here.