Stainless steel wire mesh
Stainless steel wire mesh
Introduction: Stainless steel wire mesh is made of high-quality stainless steel wire under special high-temperature process conditions, stretched to the specified wire diameter by wire drawing machine, and then weaved by a braiding machine in a constant temperature, dust-free and clean workshop.
Features: precise structure, uniform mesh, good filtration precision, wear resistance, high temperature resistance, strong acid resistance and corrosion resistance.
Material: stainless steel wire, nickel wire, brass wire. The material of the stainless steel wire is further divided into: SUS302, 304, 304L, 316, 316L, 430, 430A and the like.
Performance parameters: high mesh stainless steel mesh 325 mesh - 635 mesh (high density stainless steel filter), ordinary stainless steel mesh 8 mesh - 300 mesh.
Width: 1m - 8m (can also be cut into 0.05-0.99 meters according to user requirements).
Weaving method: plain weave, twill weave, dense weave, contrast weave, five-weed weave. The dense mesh includes plain weave - dense grain, twill - dense grain.
Plain weave: Each warp yarn crosses up and down through each weft thread. The diameter of the warp and the weft are the same, and the warp and weft are weaved at a 90-degree angle.
Twill weave: A weaving method in which each warp yarn crosses up and down every two weft yarns, and each weft thread crosses every two filaments.
Weave mesh plain weave: a weaving method in which each of the diameter wires crosses up and down one weft wire, and each weft wire crosses up and down a wire. The warp yarn is thicker than the weft.
Seat-like twill weave: a weaving method in which each of the wefts passes through every two wefts, and each weft crosses up and down every two straight wires.
Double-filament Dutch weave: This weave is very similar to the twill Dutch weave, with two weft threads that can be placed close to the warp. This kind of silk cloth is mostly used to filter micron-level filtration.
The five healds are not woven with warp and weft, but are woven with several separate filaments. This weaving is to provide a stronger and stronger stainless steel wire cloth on the basis of twill weave.
Contrast weaving: The difference in appearance is that a larger amount of wire and a small amount of weft are used with the standard weaving method, and the weft of the contrast weave is much thicker than the warp.
Use of stainless steel wire mesh:
Used for screening and filtration under acid and alkali conditions.
The petroleum industry is used as a mud net, a chemical chemical fiber industry as a sieve filter, and an electroplating industry as a pickling net.
Used in the industrial and construction industries to screen sand and filter liquids and gases.
Paper, printing industry.