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The shotcrete is typically a minimum of 6 inches (15 cm) thick and reinforced with welded wire fabric.
As cave dimensions and ground conditions require, additional layers of shotcrete and welded wire fabric follow on subsequent days.
Welded wire fabric (WWF) is also sometimes used in reinforced concrete, notably for slabs.
These included steel wool, certain nails, fence and fence post and a new product introduced in 1954, welded wire fabric, primarily for use with concrete to produce more sturdy road construction.
The prospering company was producing a wide range of products including fences, gates, posts, welded wire fabric, nails, a variety of wires, clothes lines rivets, and copper steel (Konik) sheets.
In some instances, welded wire fabric is used to help strengthen concrete; however, it is difficult to place this fabric in the concrete because it must be placed while the concrete is being poured into the forms.
Welded wire mesh, or welded wire fabric, or "weldmesh" is an electric fusion welded prefabricated joined grid consisting of a series of parallel longitudinal wires with accurate spacing welded to cross wires at the required spacing.