WIRE CLOTH MANufacturers is home to one of the largest weaving operations in the country. Having hundreds of crimping tools available allows for endless design possibilities and gives WIRE CLOTH MAN the capability to fabricate woven panels to customers’ exact requirements. With the ability to produce plain woven crimps, double intermediate crimps, lock crimps or custom designs in any size, the possibilities are endless.

Woven wire mesh is a type of wire mesh that is made by weaving together wires in an interlocking pattern. The wires can be made of various materials such as stainless steel, galvanized steel, aluminum, and brass. The weaving process can create a variety of mesh patterns, including square, rectangular, and diamond-shaped.Woven wire mesh can be used in a wire range of applications, including filtration, screening, and separation. It is commonly used in industrial settings for filtering liquids and gases, separating solids from liquids, and as a protective barrier for machinery. There are different types of woven wire mesh available, including plain weave, lock crimp, and intercrimp. Each type of weave has its unique characteristics, such as strength, flexibility, and filtration properties, which make them suitable for specific applications.

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Metals for weaving:

• Aluminum 
• Galvanized 
• Carbon Steel / Plain Steel 
• Monel 
• Stainless Steel Type 304 
• Stainless Steel Type 310 
• Stainless Steel Type 316 
• Stainless Steel Type 321 
• Additional grades of Stainless Steel and other alloys