Stainless steel mesh could make stainless steel mesh filter directly, and could sintered to make metal fiber filter. Now we learn more about stainless steel and stainless steel mesh.
Stainless steel is an alloy of Iron with a minimum of 10.5% Chromium. Chromium produces a thin layer of oxide on the surface of the steel known as the ‘passive layer’. This prevents any further corrosion of the surface. Increasing the amount of Chromium gives an increased resistance to corrosion.
Stainless steel also contains varying amounts of Carbon, Silicon and Manganese. Other elements such as Nickel and Molybdenum may be added to impart other useful properties such as enhanced formability and increased corrosion resistance.
What is stainless steel mesh?
Stainless steel wire mesh is made of high quality stainless steel wire and formed under the specific temperature conditions and then through drawing machine stretched to the provision of the wire.
Characteristics: This wire structure is precision, uniform mesh, the mesh filtration accuracy is good, anti-wearing, high temperature resistant, acid resistant, corrosion-resistant properties.
Stainless steel mesh piece is used for sieve and filtration at acids and alkali condition. It is widely used as mud wire mesh at oil industry, sieve strainer at chemical fiber industrial and acid pickling mesh at electro plating industry.
In addition to the above, stainless steel wire mesh also used in construction industry, sand filtration, liquid and gas filtration.
Stainless steel wire mesh mainly parameters:
Materials: Stainless steel wire, nickel wire, brass wire. Stainless steel wire materials divided into SUS 302, 304, 304 L, 316, 316
Mesh: It show the sparse and dense of the wire mesh. In general, higher than 80 for the mesh is known as a high mesh. Less than 80 purpose called coarse mesh.
Wire diameter is divided into warp and weft.
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