Stainless steel is selected for their wear-resisting, heat-resisting, acid-resisting and corrosion resisting characteristics. Many different grades of stainless are used in wire cloth. T304 is the most common, but other are used in specific applications to take advantage of each grade’s unique properties. The wire mesh made of stainless steel is extensively used in mining, chemical industry, food industry and pharmaceutical industry.
Our stainless steel wire mesh products are generally made of stainless steel type 302,304,304l, 316, 316l, 321 and 430 etc. We produce wire cloth in all kinds of forms. The weaving is determined according to our customers’ specific requirements, such as the material, the wire diameter, the size of the mesh, width and length. Plain weave:
each weft wire passes over one and under one warp wire, and each warp wire passes over one and under one weft wire, every weft wire have and warp wire the same diameter.
Characteristics: square aperture, high flow through, relative high open area, as result less pressure drop during filtration suitable for all kinds of filtration up to 63 µm. Plain dutch weave:
woven as a plain weave. Each warp wire and each weft wire passes over and under the next adjacent complementary wire, as in normal plain weave, except the warp wires are larger in diameter than the weft wires. This allows a greater mesh count in the weft direction.
Characteristics: ”zero”—aperture, more solid than square or rectangular mesh, relative high open area, suitable for all kinds of filtration. Twill weave:
each weft wire passes over two and under two warp wires, and each warp wire passes over and under two weft wires. The wire diameter for both (warp and weft)is mostly the same.
Characteristics: square aperture, less rigid than plain weave, especially suitable for deforming, strong wire cloth due to ratio of wire diameter and aperture, it is mostly used for filtration less than 63 μm . Dutch twilled weave:
each warp wire and each weft wire passes over and under the next two adjacent complementary wires, as in a normal twill weave, except the warp wires are larger in diameter than the weft wires. This allows a greater mesh count in the weft direction. This weave pattern enables the weft wires to be woven more densely, and much smaller aperture sizes can be achieved without forsaking cloth thickness.
Characteristics: ”zero” aperture, light-proof woven, high resistance due to tight wire position, extreme low absolute grade of fineness(down to 5-6μm),high filtration performance in case of low viscose medium, it is the finest filtration in hydraulic systems, especially for critical applications as aero-space, fuel-and combustion