Micronic Mesh

Reverse Dutch Twilled Weave

Reverse Dutch Twilled Weave

Reverse Dutch Twilled Weave An important version of the reverse dutch weave is the reverse dutch twilled weave. With this weave, the warp wires are also relatively thin – as in the case of the normal reverse dutch weave. The difference is the twilled weave pattern of the shute wires. This means that the warp wires are not as heavily deformed and physically stressed as in the case of plain weaves. The strength of this weave design is its suitability for applications that are subject to high levels of mechanical stress.

Mesh
Per Inch
Warp x
Shute
Wire
Diameter,
Warp
in.

(mm.)
Wire
Diameter,
Shute
in.

(mm.)
Porosity
(%)
Thickness in.
(mm.)
Weight,
Stainless
Steel
lbs./sq. ft.
(kg./sq. m)
Micron
Retention
72×150.018
(0.450)
0.018
(0.450)
580.069
(1.75)
0.91
(4.43)
400 microns
132×160.014
(0.022)
0.022
(0.560)
450.049
(1.25)
1.11
(5.40)
350 microns
132×160.014
(0.352)
0.018
(0.457)
580.049
(1.24)
1.00
(4.90)
250 microns
132×180.014
(0.355)
0.018
(0.455)
570.052
(1.31)
0.95
(4.65)
200 microns
152×240.012
(0.315)
0.014
(0.355)
420.047
(1.20)
0.93
(4.53)
165 microns
160×16.50.012
(0.305)
0.014
(0.355)
440.041
(1.04)
0.87
(4.26)
125 microns
160×240.012
(0.305)
0.016
(0.400)
420.043
(1.09)
0.96
(4.68)
150 microns
160×250.012
(0.315)
0.016
(0.400)
390.043
(1.10)
1.02
(4.97)
145 microns
228×360.007
(0.190)
0.011
(0.280)
470.026
(0.67)
0.56
(2.71)
100 microns
260×400.006
(0.150)
0.009
(0.220)
530.024
(0.62)
0.41
(1.98)
125 microns
325×390.006
(0.150)
0.012
(0.300)
430.028
(0.70)
0.56
(2.71)
55 microns
400×1200.003
(0.065)
0.004
(0.100)
610.010
(0.26)
0.15
(0.72)
60 microns

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