for Specifying Your Requirements
The most common properties used to specify
wire mesh include material, mesh count,
wire diameter and weave.
– The metal or alloy used in the
wire to determine its resistance to corrosion,
abrasion, heat and vibration.
Mesh Count –
Refers to the number of openings per linear
inch. The mesh is counted by starting
from the center of one wire and counting
the number of openings to a point one
Wire Diameter –
The diameter of the wire before weaving.
Weave - The pattern
in which the wires running crosswise (Shute
Wires) and the wires running lengthwise
(Warp Wires) cross each other.
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