Hollander Weave Mesh
Hollander weave mesh is primarily used as a filter cloth. The openings slant diagonally through the cloth and cannot be seen by looking directly at the cloth. This type of woven wire mesh has a coarser mesh and wire in the warp direction and a finer mesh and wire in the weft direction, giving a very compact, firm mesh with great strength.
Plain Weave Mesh
Plain weave is a kind of commonly used weaving method. The warp and weft wire cross one another, alternating one on the top and one under forming a 90 degree angle between each other. Used in a variety of industries for: sieving, filtering, guarding etc.
Wire Mesh Cloth
Wire Mesh Cloth refers to finer aperture wire mesh. Available in a variety of materials including: Stainless Steel (304 & 316), Mild Steel, Galvanised Mild Steel, Brass & Copper.
Fine Mesh Discs
Discs are cut to customer requirements.
Spot Welded Discpacks
Disc packs are manufactured to customers requirements
Woven Crimped Mesh
A woven mesh produced from pre-crimped wire to provide accurate apertures.
Ribbon Weave Mesh
This mesh is a woven wire mesh using pre-flattened wire (ribbon) rather than traditional round wire. Genreally used in design/architectual applications.
Welded Wire Mesh
Welded wire mesh has the wires spot welded to form the mesh.
Produced by slitting and stretching flat sheet metal to form a diamond shaped pattern. It can be supplied in "raised" or "flattened" profile. Numerous uses including: gratings, flooring, security fencing, screens etc.
Knitted wire mesh is made on a knitting machine similar to jumper and scarf making machines. The final knitted mesh is in the structure of inter-conecting loops and is similar to a long knitted sock.