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Common Woven Wire Cloth Materials
Carbon Steel:Low, High, Oil Tempered
Stainless Steel Non-Magnetic Types 304, 304L, 309, 310, 316, 316L, 317, 321, 330, 347; Magnetic Types 410, 430
Copper and Copper Alloys: Copper, Brass, Bronze, Phosphor Bronze
Nickel and Nickel Alloys : Nickel, Monel® 400, Hastelloy B, Hastelloy C, Inconel® 600, Incoloy® 800, Nichrome I, Nichrome V
Plain Weave – Plain weave woven wire mesh is used for the majority of wire mesh woven by The Mesh Company. Each warp wire crosses alternately above and below every weft wire and vice versa. Warp and weft wires are normally of the same diameter. This weave type is used for the majority of commercial applications and for filtration where a high flow rate is required.
Twill Weave – Throughout the fabric, weft wires alternate above and below successive pairs of warp wires. It is possible to use a heavier wire diameter in this weave than in a plain weave wire mesh with the same mesh count.
Dutch Weave – The dutch or ‘Hollander’ weave describes woven wire mesh in which the warp and weft wire diameters are different, as well as the number of meshes in the warp and weft directions. In the weaving process, the wires are driven much closer together, which results in a more densely compacted material. Most dutch weave wire mesh specifications are described in terms of mesh count per inch and aperture size in microns.
Twill Dutch Weave – In contrast to Plain Dutch Weave, there is a double layer of weft wires that are woven in a twill pattern. In addition to being “light tight”, this wire mesh has a very smooth surface and is extremely strong, but it has a limited flow rate. Often used in critical filtration applications under high pressure, this wire cloth is also known as Micromesh wire cloth.