Plain Dutch Weave is a commonly used weaving method. Each warp and each weft pass above and below the next adjacent complementary line, as in a plain plain weave, except that the diameter of the warp is greater than the weft. This allows for a larger number of grids in the latitude.
Stainless Steel Plain Dutch Cloth offers a stronger sturdy square or rectangular mesh and a relatively high opening area for a variety of filtration applications.
The material of Stainless Steel Plain Dutch Mesh is divided into 304 type, 304L type, 316 type and 316 type. The type 304 is usually called "18-8" (18% chromium, 8% nickel). The basic stainless steel alloy is most commonly used. It can withstand outdoor exposure without rusting and can withstand oxidation at temperatures up to 1400 degrees Fahrenheit.
Stainless Steel Dutch Plain Woven Wire Cloth is mainly used as a filter cloth. This woven wire mesh has a thick mesh and a line in the warp direction and a thin mesh and a line in the weft direction. The Dutch Plain Woven Wire Cloth is an ideal filter cloth with a very compact, strong mesh and high strength.