The warp wire and the weft wire cross two above and two below and tend to form angles different from 90° with a particular aesthetic effect, it allows the mesh opening to be reduced further, with the same diameter wire. This type of weaving leads to internal tension and consequent instability. In some cases, it is possible to delate this kind of tension, making a variant of Crossed weave wire mesh, called twilled wire mesh. Crossed weaved wire mesh are basic components in the production of filters, colanders for aliments, chemicals products, shielding, mosquito nets, scenographies...Norms of reference: ISO 4782 / 4783-2 / 9044
Standard: S.S. Inox Aisi 304, 304L, 316, 316L, Carbon Steel, Low Carbon, Galvanised steel.
Non Standard: Stainless Steel 310, 314, 410, 430, Cromax, Incoloy, Alloy Ni-Cr, Inconel, Nichel, Monel, Titanium, Duplex, Brass, Bronze, Copper, Aluminium alloy
High filtering efficiency - low pressure loss - constant mesh opening - dimensional stability - high open surface area - fireproof - anticut - wide range available in stock
All our fabrics weaved entirely with metallic wires without surface finish are incombustible (Class A1), according to the Decision 96/603/CE of the European Commission. For this class of materials it is not requested a Certificate.