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As a well known manufacture, exporter and supplier in this domain, we are delivering a great assortment of highly reliable Stainless Steel Woven Wire Cloth. Offered cloth is examined on several quality parameters to assure its quality and strength. This cloth is designed and manufactured under the inspection of our quality control team utilizing the finest quality woven wires. Used for several types of protection, support and custom applications, this SS Woven Wire Cloth can be availed in numerous specifications and at marginal price in order to meet diverse requirements of customers.
Things to be considered before purchasing the wire mesh:
Basic Wire Mesh Cloth Terminology
Wire Mesh Cloth Terminology
OFF COUNT: Wire meshes with more wires every linear inch in one way-generally wrapped (vertical). This is also called “Rectangular Mesh”.
MESH: Wire cloth arrangements which are generally stocked or woven.
BOLTING CLOTH: Comparatively light wire meshes manufactured by weaving better than standard wire diameters for provided mesh. These are used basically in screen printing & sifting. These are used for several applications due to its comparatively high open area percentage.
OPENING: The space between two parallel adjoining wires generally stated in decimal inches.
OPEN AREA: It is the ratio of total area and area of openings.
SELVAGE: The border or edge of wire cloth, ended to protect unraveling sort of selvage edges comprising folded, looped, and fine mesh edge pattern.
PLAIN WEAVE: Weave pattern in which every wire goes alternately over and then under following wire.
SQUARE MESH: A wire mesh with similar number of wires every inch (linear) in both vertically wrapped and horizontal directions.
TWILL WEAVE: Weave pattern in which every wire goes alternately under and over two following wires. These are also known as “Herringbone Twill”.
WARP WIRES: Wires along the vertical length of the weaved wire cloth.
WIRE DIAMETER: Generally referred in decimal portions of an inch; a decisive feature in a weave’s mesh count.
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