High Tensile Wire Mesh Used in Mining and Quarry Industry
High carbon steel wire mesh is a kind of metal mesh structure equipment, woven, welded or crimped by high carbon steel wires with high technology, and mainly used for screening and filtering in mining and quarry industries. Because the high carbon steel wire mesh has high abrasion resistance and tensile strength, it is mainly used in high wear rate work conditions and supporting great load.
Plain weave is the most basic weaving type of wire mesh.
Galvanized high carbon steel wire mesh has high corrosion resistance.
- Material: high carbon steel wires.
- Wire diameter range: 0.15mm - 6mm.
- Aperture: 2mm - 280mm.
- Width: 0.5m - 5m.
- Length: 7.5m - 30m.
- Surface treatment: galvanized before weaving, galvanized after weaving, un-galvanized.
- Standard: JIS, DIN, ASTM, BS.
- Hole shape: square.
- Treatment of selvage: welded selvage, closed selvage, returned selvage, flash.
- Packing: in wooden or steel pallet.
- Plain weave.
- Twill weave.
- Dutch weave.
- Mat type twill weave.
- Double wire dutch weave.
- Five heddle weave.
- Plain crimped.
- Intermediate crimped.
- Lock crimped.
- Flat top crimped.
- High corrosion resistance.
- High abrasion resistance.
- High toughness.
- Uniform and even mesh.
- Stable structure.
- Durable serving life.
High carbon steel wire screen meshes are mainly used for screening, filtering and classifying various material in mining and quarry industries and construction, like sand, rock, stone and coal. And the meshes are often installed on the vibratory equipment to classify material.
High carbon steel vibrating screen mesh has high tensile strength for rock crush and sand sieving.
High carbon steel woven mesh has high abrasion resistance and mainly used in quarry industry for filtering and classifying.