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Short instruction video assembly reinforcing mesh with flying ends

In just one minute, we will explain how to lay reinforcing mesh with flying ends. Just for a quick orientation. A quick check. Or as a refresher. Just a very simple video about a rather complicated subject.

The short video shows you exactly how to overlap the mesh in the right way:


The above video is a follow-up to "Assembly of reinforcing mesh with flying ends". In it, we explain the process step by step in detail. Including how to place the formwork and spacers, how to cut away protruding parts and how to apply two layers of reinforcing mesh.

What is the correct spacing?

The advantage of reinforcing mesh with flying ends is that the flying ends automatically have the correct lapping length. So you don't have to worry about that. When assembling the mesh, you only have to ensure that the mesh size is the same as that of the mesh itself. So if the mesh has a wire spacing of 150, make sure that the two mesh lying next to each other are also 150 mm apart.

Let's go!

Do you have a clear idea of how you are going to do it and do you need to order reinforcing mesh? Then go to our reinforcing mesh calculator. Enter the surface area of your floor. You will receive advice on which and how many mesh are suitable for your project. The calculator will also help you order the right lattice girders and spacers.

Would you rather ask some questions first? Then just give us a call. We will be happy to give you appropriate advice.

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