Woven wire cloth consists of metal wires crossing at right angles and so forming the openings or aperture size. It is manufactured by weaving transverse weft wires into longitudinal warp wires. The wires are so crimped during this process that a firm connection results. By varying the arrangement of the transverse wires, wire cloth with square openings or rectangular openings, or so – called zero – openings is obtained.
A comprehensive range of standard specifications in various materials including the world’s finest square mesh cloth of w/20/mm is available to order.
Wirecloth is available in the following materials: Stainless Steel, Monel, Copper, Brass and Phosphor Bronze.