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wire cloth

[′wīr ‚klȯth]
(design engineering)
Screen composed of wire crimped or woven into a pattern of squares or rectangles.

wire cloth

A stiff fabric of fine woven wire; used in screens for excluding insects, in sieves, etc.; in the US, the number of openings per square inch is called the mesh.
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This experience and background enables Belleville Wire Cloth to specialize in innovative products, such as the weaving of wire cloth containing Niobium, Titanium, Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Monel, Nickel, Inconel, Incoloy, etc.
When specifications were agreed upon, Phoenix Wire Cloth selected a standard 55-gal.
While the modular rubber or urethane panels are more costly from an initial purchase standpoint, the increased life and associated reduced labour more than offset the initial purchase costs differential as compared to wire cloth. Nordberg has been on the leading edge of technology in the development of new and reliable large screens and will be there in the future as screen sizes increase to keep up with the ever-increasing size of mineral processing equipment.
Light in weight, and often wire cloth, this scrap was to be manually dumped into the collection system from time to time.
Since 1919 Belleville Wire Cloth has been a leader in the wire mesh and wire cloth industry.
His family owned the Wright Wire Company, which manufactured wire cloth. After the death of his parents, Wright attended The Fessenden School and later The Choate School, where he played football with future U.S.
Porostar [R] is a Sintered, multi-layered woven wire cloth laminate that allows migration-free filtration from less than 1 to 200 microns.
Universal Wire Cloth, 16 Nordsteele Rd., Morrisville, PA 19067 Phone: 215-736-8981, 800-UWCMESH Fax: 215-736-8994 Web: www.uwcwirecloth.com
Over 130m in length and 20m wide, the canopy incorporates approximately 400 wire cloth elements of differing formats and geometries, covering over 5600sqm.
Company offers quality testing sieves featuring a new system using a high-strength epoxy bead for mounting and tensioning of wire cloth which assures extended life and eliminates cavities and recesses that can trap particles.
The full flow cleanable filter range, introduced last year, is available in both remote-mount and direct spin-on configurations, a key feature of which is the cleanable stainless steel wire cloth filter.
Typically, a switch from woven wire cloth, which requires a cambered deck, to a polyurethane modular product requires a deck conversion costing anywhere from $15,000 to $25,000.