In wire cloth production, wires are woven at right angles. Wires running lengthwise are known as warp wires, while those running crosswise are weft wires. During the weaving process the wires become crimped together, forming a firm bond. Using different configurations, disparate wire meshes are formed with square or right angled weave, or “zero openings”.

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Important Concepts in Distinction of Wire Cloth:
Wire cloths differ in specification according to application. The following technical terms are important to identify wire cloth:

Aperture size
Wire diameter
Open area
Mesh thickness D

Theoretical flow volume

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