Woven Wire Mesh

A variety of different weaves, including plain weave, twilled weave, and Dutch weave wire meshes are available in a wide range of alloys, with openings ranging from 1″ to 635 mesh micronic filter cloth


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Welded Wire Mesh

With openings ranging from 1/4″ to 6″, these meshes are available as 304SS welded mesh, 316SS welded mesh, galvanized hardware cloth, and other variations of welded wires.


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Micronic Dutch Weave Filter Mesh

These high-efficiency micronic filter cloths are available in T304 and T316 stainless steel, in a variety of weaves including plain Dutch weave, twilled Dutch weave, and reverse Dutch weave.


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Wire Screens

A variety of specific use wire cloths are available, including bolting cloth, stencil cloth, and insect screen.


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Lawrence maintains a large inventory of wire cloth items in stock available for quick shipment. We carry a wide variety of alloys, including 304 stainless steel, 316 stainless steel, plain steel, galvanized steel, aluminum, copper, bronze, brass, and Monel┬«, among others. We offer standard rolls of 36″, 48″, and 60″ wide by 100 linear feet. Various size pieces may be cut to specifications.

Our wire cloth products have been used in applications ranging from architectural sculptures, to commercial fencing, to filter screens in oil wells and power plants, and countless others. Please contact us, and one of our friendly customer service associates would be more than happy to help you with your wire cloth needs.

When ordering wire mesh, whenever possible please specify the mesh count, the wire diameters, alloy, and roll size or quantity required. For example, a 20×20 Mesh .016″ Wire Diameter, Type 304 Stainless Steel, 2 rolls – 48″x100′.

What is wire cloth or wire mesh?

Sintering is a process that improves the characteristics of woven wire mesh by bonding the contact points of all the wires together to form a mesh whose wires are securely fused in place. This is achieved through a combination of heat and pressure, and the result is a single layer sintered wire mesh.

What is it made of?

Wire cloth can be made with a variety of alloys, but the most commonly used is stainless steel wire cloth.

Wire cloth is generally manufactured in rolls, and can then be slit, precision cut, stamped, punched and sheared to various sizes.

Wire cloth can be used in a variety of applications

  • Industrial Filters
  • Oil and Gas Production
  • Sifting / Sizing
  • Construction
  • and many more…