Anping Runtech Metal Mesh Co., Ltd manufacturers a full line of woven wire mesh and filter cloth in a wide range of commercial and industrial applications.Our main products are Stainless Steel 300 series( AISI SS304, AISI SS304L, AISI SS316, AISI SS316L, AISI SS310, AISI SS 321) and Stainless Steel 400 series and AISI SS 904L etc.
Stainless Steel wire mesh are widely used for many applications in Polymer filtration, plastic recycling, sand control screens in oil and gas wells, API screens in shakers, filtration and purification of inefficiencies in chemical industries, mining and aggregating, liquid and gas filtration and separation in automotive spare parts, water treatment, filtering media and mesh substrate in fuel and power generation and refinery, food processing, paper and pulp filtration, sugar and beverage filtration, insect screen and security guards in doors and windows etc.
Plain and Twill weaves
Plain weave wire mesh is weaved by alternating the weft wire over and under the warp wire creating a wire mesh. Twill weave wire mesh is woven by passing the weft wire over and under two warp wires creating a sturdier weaver. This weave allows for the use of heavier wires, producing a stronger wire mesh. They are used in sizing, mining, filtration and separation, security guard etc.
Plain dutch weave and Twill dutch weave
Plain Dutch weave wire mesh is weaved using two sizes of wire. Smaller wires, as small as micron size, are used in the shute direction and are weaved with a larger warp wire. The smaller wires are weaved tightly together, providing a tight mesh for filtering. The larger wire provides strength to the mesh. The primary uses of this wire mesh are filtration and separation of liquid and slurry products.
Twill Dutch weave wire mesh combines Dutch and twill weaving to provide a fine mesh filtering cloth. Shute wires are passed over and under two warp wires, providing a tight, fine filter with tapered openings. The weaving process allows for the use of very fine wires, to micron size, producing filtering mesh for gas and liquid applications.
Reverse Dutch weave wire mesh is a filter cloth which the larger count fo wires is found in the warp and the smaller count is the shute, thus reversing the method used in plain and twill dutch weaves. The smaller wires are woven tightly together, providing a tight mesh for filtering. The larger wire provides strength to the mesh.
Runtech Metal Mesh maintains a good stock of reverse dutch mesh, which are used in auto screen changers for polymer filtration in plastic processing such as blown filter, blow molding, sheet and film extrusion, filaments and fibers.
Reverse Twill Dutch Weave wire mesh combines dutch and twill weaving to provide a fine filtering cloth. The weaving process allows for the use of very fine wires, producing filtering mesh for gas and liquid applications. We could also provide Herringbone and Broken pattern reverse twill dutch weave meshes.
We could also offer very High Tension warp wire reverse mesh that are commonly use in Auto-Screen changers in the ploymer, rubber, and plastic filtration and extrusion:
- High Tensile Warp AISI 304 wire for Auto-Screen changers used in the PolyExtrusion Industry. The AISI 304 Warp Wire’s Tensile is 1300Mpa-1600Mpa.
- High Tensile Warp Copper Coated Carbon Steel wire for Auto-Screen Changers used in Plastic and Rubber Extrusion industry. The Copper coated Carbon Steel Warp wire’s tensile is 1500Mpa -2000Mpa.
- Rubbed Edges after slitting to help with tracking for Auto-Screen changers.
The tables below shows the standard grades and specifications available for Runtech’s specifications:.
Five heddle Twill weave
Five heddle weave wire mesh is combined high flow rate with mechanical stability. This type of mesh has a rectangular aperture, each warp wire passing over four wires. Due to this characteristic, it maintains a very smooth surface on one side, which encourages the efficient removal of filter cake, drum filters and in rotating filter discs. They are widely used in water filtration process, waste water treatment and in distillation towers.