Explanation Of Stainless Steel Wire Mesh Parameters
The basic parameters of the stainless steel wire mesh are mesh count, wire diameter, and aperture. The specific explanations are as follows.
1. The formula for calculating the mesh count, wire diameter, and aperture of stainless steel mesh:
Mesh count= 25.4 mm/ (aperture mm + diameter mm)
Aperture mm=25.4 / mesh count -wire diameter mm
Wire diameter mm=25.4 /mesh count - Aperture mm
2. Explanation of the mesh count:
The "mesh count" is the specification unit of the screen and refers to the number of holes in the length of 1 inch (25.4 mm). The so-called number of meshes refers to the number of meshes per inch (a specified unit length of 2.54 cm). If there are 100 holes, that is, a 100 mesh screen, the more holes, the smaller the holes.
3. Explanation of the diameter:
Filament refers to the diameter of the raw material, generally in micrometers. It should be pointed out that after the processing steps such as weaving and post-processing, the diameter of the wire will change.
5. Explanation of stainless steel wire mesh aperture:
Aperture refers to the distance between two warp threads or two weft threads. The higher the mesh count is, the denser the mesh is and the smaller the mesh is. Conversely, the lower the mesh number, the thinner the screen and the larger the mesh. The smaller the mesh, the poorer the ink passability and the larger the mesh, the better the ink passability.
6. Explanation of the open rate:
Open hole rate refers to the effective area of the screen surface, that is, the ratio of the total area of the screen holes on the screen surface to the total area of the screen surface. The higher the hole opening rate, the greater the processing capacity and the higher the screening efficiency. The formula is as follows:
Open hole rate = square of aperture/ (aperture + wire diameter) 2
7. Interpretation of other relevant parameters of stainless steel wire mesh:
The Warp - all longitudinal weaving lines
The Weft - all horizontal weaving lines