sieve mesh

sieve mesh

[′siv ‚mesh]
(design engineering)
The standard opening in sieve or screen, defined by four boundary wires (warp and woof); the laboratory mesh is square and is defined by the shortest distance between two parallel wires as regards aperture (quoted in micrometers or millimeters), and by the number of parallel wires per linear inch as regards mesh; 60-mesh equals 60 wires per inch.
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Other features include individual language selection, automatic identification of the test sieve mesh, information regarding the system data and settings, direct connection of a laboratory balance via an interface.
This includes the optical measurement of the sieve mesh and recording the data on a high tech measuring system.
They are certified via ISO9002 certified manufacturing process that consists of five intermediate and one final inspection; sieve mesh that's compared to precise standards on a microscopic projector; and certificate paced with each sieve in sealed plastic bag inside box.
A new sieve identification function makes the 200 LS-N even more flexible, quick and reliable and as no manual input of sieve mesh data is required, potential manual inaccuracies are eliminated.