Micron stainless steel dutch weave wire mesh is also called ,stainless steel reverse dutch weave wire mesh.
Woven style of Stainless Steel Dutch Twilled Mesh:
Micronic (Dutch Weaving PDW and TDW) - Dutch weaving (PDW, TDW) is thick and strong; opaque mesh, mainly used for liquid and gas fluids, vacuum and pressure filtration. They are woven into precise tolerances and the apertures are actually small curved triangular tunnels.
Aperture of Stainless Steel Dutch Twilled Mesh:
Absolute Filter Rating - A retention metric in microns that specifies the equivalent diameter of the smallest particle with a filter retention of 100%. In practice, most manufacturers assign absolute ratings based on retention rates, ranging from 98% to 99.99%.
Nominal filter grade - A retention metric in micron that specifies the equivalent diameter of the most smallest particle that the filter retains in the 60-90% range. Nominal filter rating is not accurate
Stainless steel reverse dutch weave wire mesh specification:
For plain dutch woven:
Wire diameters from 0.9 / 0.71 mm to 0.063/ 0.036 mm, mesh from 7/40 mesh to 118/750 mesh;
For Twilled Dutch Weave
Wire diameters range from 0.25 / 0.2mm to 0.025 / 0.015mm and the grid ranges from 20/270 mesh to 500/3500 mesh.