Woven Wire Cloth & Wire Cloth Products
Wire cloth is a metallic structure obtained by weaving wires together forming meshes, such wires are known as the warp and the weft. The warp is formed by wires parallel to the length of the structure while those parallel to the width form the weft.
An extensive variety of structures can be obtained by different weaving methods and wire choice, thus offering a wide range wire mesh of differing characteristics from silk like material to rigid durable screens.
Carbis Filtration have been involved in the weaving, manufacturing and converting of high quality woven wire cloth and meshes for over 20 years. We have the ability to supply all types of meshes from the finest micronic cloths to the heaviest pre-crimped screens for architectural applications and the mining and quarrying industry. We have capabilities to supply large woven to width screens for wind tunnel flow straighteners and our specialist looms are capable of weaving up to a maximum width of 10 meters, with varying mesh openings and wire configurations.
Woven wire cloth and mesh is a very versatile product and this allows us to convert it into a multitude of fabricated components such as extruder screens, rimmed mesh screens, screen packs, multi layer screens, cylinders, test sieves and pleated elements.
Carbis Filtration can produce wire cloth in any weavable material, such materials include: Stainless Steel 304, 316, 321, 310, 347 and 430 grades, Brass, Copper, Phosphor Bronze, Monel, Inconel, Hastelloy and other Nickel alloys.