These cloths are used for very small meshes or very fine wires. In general, the mesh apertures range from 0.02 mm to 10 mm.

These cloths are primarily for very fine screening of ultra-fine relatively non-abrasive materials, as encountered in the chemical and food industries.

In their production, the wire is directly crimped by the weaving effort; the material used must therefore be able to undergo elastic deformation to obtain the desired screening surface.

These cloths can be delivered bare in rolls or panels, lined with polyurethane surround and eyelets or with tension hooks for mounting on vibrating devices.

Stainless steel is the most commonly used; however, it is possible to request productions in other grades like bright steel, annealed stainless steel or non-ferrous metals such as bronze or brass.

Standard range