If you have recently found yourself in need of a sintered mesh for a project, you will see you have so many choices to select from after you start looking. The first of many options you will need to make is to decide what type of mesh weave you are looking for and what would fit your project needs best. For instance, here at Lawrence Sintered Metals, we offer plain wire mesh weaves, twilled waves, Dutch weaves, twilled Dutch weaves, reverse Dutch weaves, and more.
When looking at all these different types of mesh weaves you might be asking yourself what the differences are between all of them? Do they all have different uses?
The type of weave you choose will determine many of the characteristics of the sintered mesh and can greatly help or hinder your goal. For example, a plain weave is the simplest type of weave. It is strong, but not as strong as a twill square weave or a twilled Dutch weave. Both the twill square weave and the twilled Dutch weave will make sure to provide a finer filtration than just a plain weave.
If you still have questions about which type of sintered mesh weave is right for your project, don’t worry! Give us a call and let us know more about your project, and one of our technicians will be glad to recommend the ideal mesh weave for your job!