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Wire Guard Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of wire guard manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source wire guard manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate wire guard companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture wire guards for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading wire guard manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for wire racks, wire screens, or wire displays.

  • Mystic, CT 800-723-7015

    The wire guards that we provide are made of the highest quality raw materials! Our wire guards provide years of value while maintaining a lower material cost. We are dedicated to ensuring that you get the best product possible. We put all of our products through extensive testing to further ensure a wonderful final product! To learn more about what we may be able to do for you, get in touch with our customer service team today!

  • Bartlett, IL 630-837-9100

    With over 25 years of experience as a full range wire former, Active Wireworks is committed to quality standards & saving you money through redesign. We produce wire forms with diameters from .015" - .500". In-house tooling & design, CNC forming, threading, piercing & common finishes are available.

  • Fenton, MO 800-325-3770

    At Western Wire Products, we manufacture wire fasteners, electrical and plumbing supplies and custom wire forms. We have been manufacturing wire products since 1914 and remained family owned and operated. When you send us a sketch, we can create a custom wire product to your specifications. We serve customers located all over the U.S., so call today with your wire form needs.

  • Loves Park, IL 815-877-6000

    For over 30 years, Rockford Specialties has provided custom wire products and displays, 2D and 3D CNC wire forming, as well as resistance, MIG, TIG and robotic welding. POP displays, racks, brackets, shelves, grids and hooks. Supplying to OEM, medical and retail. Industries served include food service, consumer products, medical supply, and more.

  • Bedford Park, IL 708-563-1700

    Wire products are our specialty! We are located in Bedford Park, IL, but we are committed to serving customers wherever they need us most! We put our experience into each and every business encounter in hopes of turning first time customers into longtime connections. Call us today!

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Wire Guards


Wire guards control traffic, segment off security areas and keep larger flying debris from leaving the machine workplace. They are easy and quick to install, and are not effected by power outages or electrical issues like safety light curtains are. Wire guards usually enclose automated and robotic machinery, tanks, heavy equipment, motors and spiral HVAC fans. They are used both indoors and out, and are usually over six feet tall to prevent individuals from climbing over the barrier. Besides protecting workers from accident and injury, wire guards also prevent unauthorized personnel from entering certain work zones, as well as lower the risk of tampering and vandalism. Unlike other forms of machine guards, wire guards are an effective way to alert workers to the existence of potentially dangerous machinery. They are often painted bright colors like orange or yellow and have warning signs hung from them.

Installation of wire guards is quick and easy. They are almost exactly like fencing, only with more gauges and weave options. The wire may be welded at the cross points or interweaved in a number of different patterns. The wire mesh is sold in panels, which are attached to poles. The poles are permanently mounted to the plant or factory floor. Wire guards have many different size and shape options, and can enclose machinery of literally any size. Most wire guards include a lockable door. Some doors have electrical interlocks, which shut down the machine if opened because maintenance is always necessary. To improve corrosion and rust resistance as well as strength and durability, the wire mesh is often galvanized, a process that coats the metal in molten zinc. The zinc reacts with the metal, either steel or iron, and forms an alloy coating on the surface. Smaller wire guards also often protect clocks, lighting and electrical signage from damage. They are not made for applications that require full visibility. Instead, they are composed of thin metal wires that make up a large pattern of holes, which vary in size according to how much visibility is necessary.

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