Stainless steel knitted mesh
Acid and alkali resistance, high temperature resistance
Knitted mesh is a continuous knitted mesh fabric produced by knitting metal wires on a circular knitting machine. This production process produces an extremely strong and flexible mesh fabric composed of a series of interlocking rings. It can be made of round or flat wires. The round wire knitted mesh is the most widely used type and the flat wire knitted mesh is used in special applications according to customers' requirements. It is widely used for gas-liquid filtration in the fields of petroleum, chemical industry, metallurgy, pharmaceuticals and for EMI shielding in the electronic field.
Knitted mesh can be made of stainless steel wires, copper wires, brass wires, galvanized wires, nickel wires and other alloy wires. It can also be made of PP, PTEF and other non-metallic wires and can be customized upon request.
The round wire knitted mesh is the most widely used type and the flat wire knitted mesh offers a larger contact area and an enhanced separation efficiency.
Round wire knitted mesh
Flat wire knitted mesh
Knitted mesh can be made of single-strand wires or multi-strand wires. The single-strand knitted mesh is simple and economical and is widely used in general-purpose applications. Multi-strand knitted mesh is made by knitting 3–12 strands metallic or non-metallic materials with a wire diameter ranging from 0.1 mm to 0.3 mm with knitters. In addition to the characteristics of common knitted mesh, it has a larger surface area and higher strength, and is mostly used in heavy duty applications, for example, the filtration and separation in chemical and petrochemical industries.
Single-strand knitted mesh
Multi-strand knitted mesh
Flattened surface is a standard surface type for general-purpose applications. When the knitted mesh is produced completely, it is ginned by special technology to form ginning in various shapes, widths and depths. It can be applied in a variety of industrial applications.
Flattened type knitted mesh
Ginning type knitted mesh
|Type||Wire Diameter (mm)||Width (mm)||Number of Stitches Per cm on Length||Number of Stitches Per cm Across Lay Flat|
|Super Coarse Mesh||0.4–0.5||100–350||0.5||0.5|
|Wire Diameter (mm)||Mesh Opening/Loop Size (mm)||Number of Needles||Maximum Width (mm)||Minimum Width (mm)|
|0.1 × 0.3||2 × 4||36||60||55|
|0.1 × 0.3||4.5 × 4,2.5 × 4||34||150||100|
|0.1 × 0.4||4.5 × 5.5,2.5 × 5.5||40||150||120|
|0.1 × 0.4||4 × 3.5,2.5 × 3.5||56||205||180|
|0.1 × 0.4||4 × 4,3 × 4||65||260||240|
|0.2 × 0.4||5.2 × 3.5,3 × 3.5||94||420||380|
|0.2 × 0.4||7.5 × 5,5 × 5||102||565||490|
|0.2 × 0.5||5 × 4,2.5 × 4||128||560||470|