Plain Weave Wire Cloth is the most commonly used and simplest wire cloth weave. Each shute wire is woven alternately over and under the warp wires through the cloth at 90 degree angles. This is a very common weave that can be produced quickly and economically. It has a wide range of applications.
Twilled Weave Wire Cloth is woven by passing each shute wire alternately over and under two warp wires. This type of weave is commercially woven in items ranging from 150-635 mesh however it is also available in course and mid range mesh combinations.
Dutch Weave Wire Cloth is woven with a larger wire diameter in the warp direction and a relatively smaller wire in the shute direction. This weave has great strength and is available in wide range of micron ranges. It is primarily used to filter a wide range of liquid and slurry products.
Twilled Dutch Weave Wire Cloth is a woven product that is capable of very fine filtration. Shute wires are passed alternately over and under two warp wires forming a fine mesh. It has a wide range of filtration applications for gas and liquid applications.
Reverse Dutch Weave Wire Cloth is a very strong woven product. This mesh is ideal for making filter belts, and applications where fine filtration and great strength are required. This mesh is also made in reverse twill dutch and sometimes referred to as PZ and KPZ Mesh.
Five Heddle Weave Wire Cloth cloth provides a rectangular opening. The unique design of this mesh can assist increased drainage and flow properties. This mesh also has a smooth surface on one side.
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