Stainless steel plain woven filter mesh is a commonly used weaving method. The warp threads defining the length of the wire mesh and the weft are parallel to the width, intersect each other, alternate one at the top and below, forming a 90° angle between each other. Just draw next to it for your reference.
The solid Stainless steel plain woven filter mesh can have a square or rectangular opening.
Reking plain weave stainless steel woven mesh/cloth has the characteristics of high filtration efficiency, small pressure loss, constant mesh opening, good dimensional stability, large opening area and good fireproof performance.
Reking plain weave stainless steel woven mesh/cloth is the basic component for the production of filters, food colanders, chemicals, shielding, mosquito nets, etc.
We maintain a stock of plain weave stainless steel woven mesh/cloth with a wide range of grid sizes. This includes Type 304 and Type 316 stainless steel mesh. Our standard meshes have plain weaves; many of the finer meshes have twill weaves. The material is woven using international standards and uses a range of standard wire gauges from 0.025 mm to 1.6 mm. Each aperture range is between 0.025 mm and 11.1 mm.