Wire Cloth

Wire cloth is able to be fabricated with various densities. The most

common materials used for wire cloth include aluminum, brass, bronze,

copper, steel and stainless steel. Each of these materials provide different

spaces throughout the weave as well as serve different purposes due

to the different densities supplied by each particular material.

Common applications of wire cloth include:

  • Architectural framework

  • Conveyor belts

  • Decor

  • Draining paper pulp

  • Fencing for animals

  • Insect screening

  • Screening machinery

  • Sifting

  • Window screens

Aluminum Wire Cloth

  • Good corrosion resistance

  • Lighter than steel or stainless steel

Extra-Rigid Aluminum

Wire Cloth

  • Also known as space cloth

  • Wires are crimped where they intersect to maintain an accurate opening size when used with heavy material adding strength and rigidity

  • Commonly used for barriers, dividers, guards and shields

Brass Wire Cloth

  • Good abrasion resistance

  • Commonly used in marine environments because it is more corrosion resistant to salt water than stainless steel

Brass Wire Cloth with Rectangular Openings

  • Good corrosion resistance

  • Good abrasion resistance

  • Material passes quicker through rectangular openings than through other wire cloth shapes

  • Commonly used with salt solutions

Bronze Wire Cloth 

  • More abrasion resistant than brass and copper

  • Commonly used in marine environments because it is more corrosion resistant to salt water than stainless steel

Copper Wire Cloth 

  • Nonsparking and nonmagnetic

  • Commonly used in marine environments because it is more corrosion resistant to salt water than stainless steel

Easy-to-Form Galvanized

Steel Wire Cloth

  • Better corrosion resistance than plain steel

  • Joints are welded to keep opening sizes uniform and to prevent fraying while bending

  • Commonly used for outdoor protective screens

Easy-to-Form PVC-Coated Galvanized Steel Wire Cloth

  • PVC coating provides excellent corrosion and wear resistance

  • Joints are welded to keep opening sizes uniform and to prevent fraying while bending

  • Commonly used for barriers, enclosures and screens

Acid-Resistant 400

Nickel Wire Cloth

  • Otherwise known a Monel 400

  • Most corrosion resistant of all wire cloth

  • Commonly used with acids, alkalies and salt water

High-Temperature Nickel Chromium Wire Cloth

  • Otherwise known as Nichrome

  • This alloy can withstand high temperatures while resisting oxidation and scale formation

  • An excellent heat conductor

  • Nonsparking and nonmagnetic

  • Commonly used in furnaces and ovens

Extra-Rigid 304 Stainless

Steel Wire Cloth

  • Also known as space cloth

  • Good corrosion resistance

  • Wires are crimped where they intersect to maintain an accurate opening size when used with heavy material adding strength and rigidity

  • Commonly used for barriers, dividers, guards and shields

Precision Stainless

Steel Wire Cloth

  • Openings are tightly woven for accurate sifting results

  • Commonly used in sieves and vibratory shakers 

Stainless Steel Wire Cloth

  • 304 stainless steel has good corrosion and abrasion resistance

  • 316 stainless steel has excellent corrosion and abrasion resistance and is commonly used in food-processing applications because it is able to withstand corrosive solutions and harsh cleaning

  • 430 stainless steel is economical and has good corrosion and abrasion resistance

304 Stainless Steel Wire Cloth

with Rectangular Openings

  • Good corrosion resistance

  • Material passes quicker through rectangular openings than through other wire cloth shapes

Super-Small-Particle-Filtering Stainless Wire Cloth

  • Otherwise known as Dutch weave

  • Tightly woven that traps tiny particles and provides strength in high-pressure and high-flow applications
    316 stainless steel has better corrosion resistance than 304 stainless steel

Extra-Rigid Steel Wire Cloth

  • Also known as space cloth

  • Wires are crimped where they intersect to maintain an accurate opening size when used with heavy material adding strength and rigidity

  • Wires are locked in place with deep crimps for superior rigidity and stability

  • Commonly used for barriers, dividers, guards and shields

Steel Wire Cloth

  • Excellent strength and good wear resistance

  • Commonly used with abrasive material in noncorrosive applications

 
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