1mesh to 50 mesh stainless steel wire mesh in stock
When defining a wire cloth specifications it is usual to use the mesh count as a standard measurement. This equates to the number of wires or apertures per lineal inch (25.4mm). Mesh counts may also be specified per cm, per cm2, per French Inch, or also commonly expressed as the size of the aperture.
80×80mesh Square Holes Stainless Steel Wire Mesh
For different applications, the strength of the wire cloth in comparison to the wire diameter and/or the open area of the cloth are critical factors, so it is therefore usual to supplement the mesh count measurement with either a required wire diameter, aperture size, open area percentage, or a combination of these measurements.
|Material||304, 304L, 316, 316L,321
904L,Alloy 20, Alloy 400, Alloy 600, Alloy 601,Alloy 625,Alloy 800, Alloy 825, Alloy C22, Alloy 276, Nickel, High Grade Nickel, Bronze, Brass, Copper
|Aperture (w)||Number of apertures per lineal inch measured from the center of one wire to a point 1 inch (25.4 mm) distant.
25.4 / (w + d)
|Wire Diameter (d)||Diameter of wire before weaving, in mm.|
|Mesh Count (n)||Number of apertures per lineal inch measured from the|
|Pitch (p)||Distance between the centres of two adjacent wires in mm. w + d or 25.4 / n|
|Warp wire||Wires running lengthwise in the cloth as woven.|
|Weft wire||Wires running crosswise in the cloth as woven.|
|Open Area %||The fractional open surface area of the wire cloth in the flow direction (w²) / (w + d)² * 100 (applicable for square meshes only).|
|Porosity||The fractional void volume of the mesh.|
4mm Aperture Square Holes Stainless Steel Wire Mesh
We have 1mesh to 2800mesh standard wire mesh/cloth in stock, and from standard stainless steels to advanced performance Nickel Chrome alloys, we have the experience and the expertise to provide wire cloth tailored to a customer's unique requirements.