304 Stainless Steel Mesh Stainless Steel Welded Wire Mesh Panels
Wire Mesh Screen Stainless Steel Wire Mesh Panels
304 stainless steel mesh is one of the most commonly used
material in the industrial and commercial fields. SS 304 also known
as 18/8 stainless steel because of its composition of 18% chromium
and 8% nickel. 304 stainless steel mesh has many benefits such as
excellent corrosion resistance, heat resistance, low-temperature
strength, good workability and other mechanical properties.
SS304 is non-magnetic in the annealed condition, but
might be slightly magnetic after cold working. One of the excellent
properties is heat resistance. It presents a good oxidation
resistance at a maximum temperature of 870℃(1600℉)for intermittent
service and 925℃(1700℉)for continuous service.
• Available structure: woven, welded, perforated, expanded
• Mesh size available in: Super fine mesh and coarse mesh
The structure of 304 stainless steel mesh is
available in woven, welded, perforated and expanded, these
structures are designed to meet different purposes.
Woven Mesh: stainless steel woven wire mesh is composed of interwoven
stainless steel wires. Its manufacturing process is similar to that
of loom weaving. The finished woven mesh looks like cloth, so it is
also called wire cloth. Weaving thicker stainless steel wire needs
to be completed by the cooperation of machines and manual labor.
Woven mesh is mainly used for filtering and sieving purposes. For
example, ultra-fine stainless steel woven mesh is used to filter
fine impurities in liquid and gas.
Weld Mesh: stainless steel welded wire mesh is a product in which a series of
vertically crossing stainless steel wires are welded by an welding
machine to form a grid. The shape of the grid is usually square.
The welded mesh with smaller openings is widely used as hardware
product, so it is also called hardware cloth. It is widely used as
fence panels, filter supports, screens and sieves, etc.
Perforated Mesh, 304 stainless steel perforated mesh is a sheet product in which a
punching machine penetrates the steel plate to form a series of
hole patterns. It is widely in various screens, sieves, building
Expanded Mesh: Stainless steel expanded mesh is a mesh structure formed by
cutting through a metal panel with a row of multiple cutters and
then stretching the incision. Applications are various, such as
fence panels, stair grating, etc.