rectangular mesh

rectangular mesh

[rek′taŋ·gyə·lər ′mesh]
(textiles)
Cloth with a different mesh count in the fill than in the warp. Also known as oblong mesh.
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The scalable, modular design allows the system to match site requirements, while the rectangular mesh allows free circulation of air to support the existing cooling system, lighting design and fire suppression system within the secured area.
Number of offers received: 1200 cc, 600-900 cc absorption; Lot 4: absorbent absorption rectangular mesh 300-500 cc and Lot 6: obstetrics compresses grand.
Lincoln's split-wing grille, a feature that dates to the 1940s, has been replaced by a tight, rectangular mesh grille, its shiny chrome patterned with tiny versions of Lincoln's rectangular logo.
It is available with square or rectangular mesh, in numerous resin formulations and grating configurations.
Another long-established French company, Damman, claims to have invented 'le sachet Cristal' in France, and sells long rectangular mesh bags with string and tag which "combine all the taste and esthetic pleasures of the tea leaf with the practical aspect of the sachet.