Fabricated Mesh in Different Sizes & Shapes for Various Industrial Uses

Fabricated mesh, also known as fabricated parts or moulded parts, refers to woven wire cloth fabricated into semi-finished products after further processing. Our fabricated mesh is available in various materials, mesh openings and weave constructions. From simple cuts to complex and structurally efficient geometries, fabricated mesh can be cut into square, rectangular, circular or special shapes by cutting, punching and edging to meet the specific requirements of filter elements to be installed for filtration, separation and various industrial uses, such as test sieves, melt & polymer filters, leaf filters and extruder filters.

Fabricated mesh cut into different shapes are displayed.
Fabricated Mesh Type

Cut-to-size pieces & round parts

Single-piece or multi-part production takes place using various cutting processes. Depending on the requirement, mesh parts can be single- or multi-layered, or a pleated design with or without edge bordering.

Deep drawn parts

Single- or multi-layered mesh is manually or automatically formed into a three-dimensional shape. The domed shape gives a larger filter area compared to flat disks.

Edged parts

A rolled edge ensures that parts can be easily separated; therefore, they are especially suitable for any subsequent automated processes. A solid border also guarantees that the edges are fixed.

Pressed articles

The compression of edges enhances stability and prevents the migration of wires. Multiple layers can be pressed as required.

Cylinders & filter cartridges

Single or multiple layers, smooth or pleated mesh in cylindrical form, joined together by spot or rolled joint welding. Support cores and connections as required.

Coned & tapered parts

Single or multiple layers, pleated or smooth surface. These components can be produced as single parts or from partial segments and, if necessary, with supports and edge bordering.

Packing

Multi-layered, rolled cylinders of mesh, consisting of one or more mesh specification, as required. Edge bordering and face-side finishing as required.

Plastic injection moulded parts

Various designs of wire mesh combined with injection molding for edge protection, sealing, joining, support or assembly elements, or used for forming shapes.

Design mesh

Metal mesh is back-molded and foil laminated to create an adhesive component. The part can then be deep-drawn, with the possibility of creative, illuminating backlight.

Slitting

We offer mesh slitting services for our customers. We can slit the whole mesh roll into the desired mesh strips as required. The mesh can be cut into strips as narrow as 5 mm, with a cutting accuracy of ±0.5 mm.

Specifications
  • Material: stainless steel, brass, copper, nickel, etc.
  • Wire diameter: 0.02–2 mm
  • Mesh count: 2.1–635 mesh
  • Aperture width: 0.02–10.1 mm
  • Open screening area: 25% – 69.7%
Table 1: Wire Cloth With Square Mesh – Fine Mesh
Mesh Count Wire Diameter d
mm
Aperture Width w
mm
Open Screening Area A0
%
Mass
kg/m2
Aperture Quantities 1 cm2
635 0.02 0.02 25 0.127 62500
508 0.025 0.025 25 0.159 40000
450 0.027 0.03 27.7 0.162 31388
400 0.027 0.036 32.7 0.147 24800
363 0.03 0.04 32.7 0.163 20424
325 0.035 0.043 30.4 0.199 16372
314 0.036 0.045 30.9 0.203 15282
265 0.04 0.056 34 0.212 10885
250 0.04 0.063 37.4 0.197 9688
210 0.05 0.071 34.4 0.262 6836
202 0.055 0.071 31.8 0.305 6325
200 0.053 0.074 34 0.281 6200
200 0.05 0.08 37.9 0.244 6200
188 0.055 0.08 35.1 0.285 5478
170 0.055 0.094 39.8 0.258 4480
150 0.071 0.1 34.6 0.366 3488
154 0.065 0.1 36.7 0.325 3676
200 0.03 0.1 61 0.078 6200
150 0.06 0.11 41.9 0.269 3488
130 0.08 0.112 34 0.423 2620
140 0.06 0.12 44.4 0.254 3038
120 0.09 0.12 32.7 0.49 2232
124 0.08 0.125 37.2 0.396 2383
110 0.09 0.14 37.1 0.447 1876
106 0.1 0.14 34 0.529 1742
100 0.11 0.14 31.4 0.615 1550
100 0.1 0.15 36 0.508 1550
100 0.1 0.16 37.9 0.488 1550
91 0.12 0.16 32.7 0.653 1284
80 0.14 0.18 31.6 0.784 992
84 0.1 0.2 44.4 0.42 1094
79 0.12 0.2 39.1 0.572 967
77 0.13 0.2 36.7 0.65 919
46 0.15 0.4 52.9 0.505 328
70 0.1 0.261 52 0.354 760
65 0.1 0.287 54.6 0.331 655
61 0.11 0.306 53.6 0.307 577
56 0.11 0.341 56.8 0.283 486
52 0.12 0.372 56.8 0.374 419
47 0.12 0.421 60.3 0.342 342
42 0.13 0.472 61.2 0.306 273
Table 2: Wire Cloth With Square Mesh – Coarse Mesh
Mesh Count Wire Diameter d
mm
Aperture Width w
mm
Open Screening Area A0
%
Mass
kg/m2
Aperture Quantities 1 cm2
2.1 2 10.1 69.7 3.95 0.68
3 1.6 6.87 65.8 3.61 1.4
3.6 2 5.06 51.3 6.77 2.01
4 1.2 5.15 65.8 2.71 2.48
4 1.6 4.75 56 4.81 2.48
5 1.2 3.88 58.3 3.38 3.88
5 1.6 3.48 46.9 6.02 3.88
6 0.9 3.33 62 2.28 5.58
6 1.2 3.03 51.3 4.06 5.58
8 0.7 2.48 60.8 1.84 9.92
8 1 2.18 46.9 3.76 9.92
8 1.2 1.98 38.7 5.41 9.92
10 0.4 2.14 71 0.75 15.5
10 0.5 2.04 64.5 1.18 15.5
10 0.6 1.94 58.3 1.69 15.5
12 0.4 1.72 65.8 0.9 22.32
12 0.5 1.62 58.3 1.41 22.32
12 0.65 1.47 48 2.38 22.32
14 0.5 1.31 52.5 1.65 30.38
16 0.4 1.19 56 1.2 39.68
16 0.5 1.09 46.9 1.88 39.68
18 0.4 1.01 51.3 1.35 50.22
18 0.5 0.91 41.7 2.12 50.22
20 0.3 0.97 58.3 0.85 62
20 0.35 0.92 52.5 1.15 62
20 0.4 0.87 46.9 1.5 62
20 0.5 0.77 36.8 2.35 62
24 0.36 0.7 43.5 1.46 89.28
30 0.25 0.6 49.7 0.88 139.5
30 0.3 0.55 41.7 1.27 139.5
35 0.25 0.5 44.4 1.03 189.9
40 0.2 0.44 46.9 0.75 248
40 0.25 0.39 36.8 1.18 248
45 0.25 0.31 31 1.32 313.88
50 0.18 0.33 41.7 0.76 387.5
50 0.2 0.31 36.8 0.94 387.5
50 0.23 0.28 29.9 1.24 387.5
60 0.12 0.3 51.3 0.41 558
60 0.16 0.26 38.7 0.72 558
60 0.18 0.24 33 0.91 558
70 0.12 0.24 44.8 0.48 759.5
80 0.12 0.2 38.7 0.55 992
Table 3: Woven Filter Cloth
Mesh No. Wire Diameter Mass kg/m2 Filter Rating μm
6 × 45 0.10 × 0.60 5.3 400
12 × 64 0.60 × 0.40 4.2 200
14 × 88 0.50 × 0.35 2.1 150
12 × 90 0.45 × 0.30 2.6 135
13 × 100 0.45 × 0.28 2.58 125
14 × 100 0.40 × 0.28 2.5 120
16 × 125 0.35 × 0.22 2 110
22 × 150 0.30 × 0.18 2 100
24 × 110 0.35 × 0.25 2.65 80
25 × 170 0.25 × 0.16 1.45 70
30 × 150 0.23 × 0.18 1.6 65
40 × 200 0.18 × 0.12 1.3 55
50 × 230 0.18 × 0.12 1.23 50
80 × 400 0.12 × 0.07 0.7 35
50 × 250 0.14 × 0.11 0.9 40
20 × 250 0.25 × 0.20 2.8 100
30 × 330 0.25 × 0.16 2.55 80
50 × 400 0.20 × 0.14 2.14 70
50 × 600 0.14 × 0.080 1.3 45
80 × 700 0.11 × 0.076 1.21 25
165 × 800 0.07 × 0.050 0.7 15
165 × 1400 0.07 × 0.040 0.76 10
200 × 1400 0.07 × 0.040 0.8 5
325 × 2300 0.035 × 0.025 0.48 2
400 × 125 0.065 × 0.10 0.7 50
260 × 40 0.15 × 0.25 2.15 65
130 × 35 0.20 × 0.40 3.1 90
152 × 24 0.30 × 0.40 3.6 190
132 × 17 0.30 × 0.45 4.1 240
72 × 15 0.45 × 0.45 4.5 350
Manufacturing & Test Standard
  • ISO 2194 Industrial Screens – Woven Wire Cloth, Perforated Plate and Electroformed Sheet – Designation and Nominal Sizes of Openings
  • ISO 4782 Metal Wire for Industrial Wire Screens and Woven Wire Cloth
  • ISO 4783-1 Industrial Wire Screens and Woven Wire Cloth – Guide to the Choice of Aperture Size and Wire Diameter Combinations – Part 1: Generalities
  • ISO 4783-2:1989 Industrial Wire Screens and Woven Wire Cloth – Guide to the Choice of Aperture Size and Wire Diameter Combinations – Part 2: Preferred Combinations for Woven Wire Cloth
Glossary
  • Square mesh – Wire cloth having the same number of wires in both the warp and weft.
  • Wire cloth – A general term for material woven from metallic wires.
  • Filter cloth – Wire mesh used for filtering and straining
  • Filter cake – Material that is retained on the filter cloth during processing.
  • Cloth thickness – Overall thickness of the filter cloth, nominally estimated by adding the wrap wire diameter plus two times the weft wire diameter.
  • Mesh – The number of openings per lineal inch.
  • SWG – Standard wire gauge
  • Aperture – The distance between two adjacent wires
  • Diameter – The thickness of the wire before weaving
  • Pitch – The distance between the middle point of two adjacent wires or the sum of the aperture width and the wire diameter
  • % open area – The ratio of area of the aperture to the area of the mesh expressed in percentage terms
  • Warp – All wires running lengthwise of the cloth as woven
  • Weft – All wires running across the cloth as woven