Crimped Wire Mesh , High Carbon Wire Mesh , Woven Screen Mesh Used
in Vibrating Stone Crushers
1. What is High Carbon Wire Mesh?
High Carbon Wire Mesh is square opening woven screen cloth/steel fabric, which is
designated by the width of the space or clear opening between the
inside edges of two parallel wires or strands.
2. What is Crimped Wire Mesh Used for?
Crimped Wire Mesh falls into a group of specifications which are used for screening,
sieving, sizing and separating of solids, typically specified by
the actual clear opening size rather than by the mesh count.
High Carbon Wire Mesh is pre-crimped woven wire cloth which is
designated by the clear opening size between wires.
3. Which Steel Grades Are Usually Used to Manufacture Wire Mesh?
In case of quarrying and mining applications, usually uses M&H
carbon steel to weave space cloth. Steel grades are listed in the
|Carbon Steel Grades|
|No.||Steel Grade||Chemical Composition (%)|
Steel grades #45, #50 and #55 are medium-carbon steel. Steel grades
#60, #65, #70, 65Mn and 72A are high carbon steel.
4. How Many Side Edge Types are Available ?
As a rule, in terms of quarries or mining industry, woven wire
space cloth screens are provided with side edge hooks or edge
treatments for tensioning purposes.
5. Unless otherwise specified, hooked side edges for heavy and
medium duty space cloths are about 30mm long (from the inside of
the bend to the end of the hook) and at a 45-60º degree angle from
the face of the space cloth.