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Woven wire cloth is widely used for filtration and is available in a wide range of materials and mesh sizes. It can be woven from any material which is ductile enough to be drawn into a wire form. Preferred materials are phosphor bronze, stainless steel and monel (nickel alloy).

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Woven wire

Plain Wire Mesh

Plain Wire Mesh is a traditional weave formed with straight warp wires and fill wires assembled in a simple over, under weave. The resulting product will exhibit a simple appearance with a relatively smooth surface. Plain weaves are often utilized in Wire Mesh items with a higher mesh count.

Lock Crimp Wire Mesh

Lock Crimp Wire Mesh also features straight wires assembled in a classic over, under configuration. However, this Mesh is characterized by a pinched, or locked, section of wire at each intersection. As the wires in one direction are woven above or below perpendicular wires, they are mechanically formed into secure “bumps” and “reverse bumps.”.

Intercrimp Wire Mesh is made with wires that have been crimped in a zig zag fashion. When it is woven into a Mesh, there will be several crimps between each wire intersection. This texture creates a heightened grip between the crossing wires, therefore adding rigidity.

Wire cloths are produced by weaving weft and warp metal wires. Continuous wires are used that are not previously crimped or shaped. Many types of weaving patterns can be produced based on the application.

Crimped with a single intermediate crimp These are produced by weaving drawn wires that are previously crimped by cogwheels that precisely bend the wire. They are called plain mesh when if one weft wire and one warp wire pass through each crimp, whereas they are called intermediate crimp mesh.