CRIMPED WIRE MESH
- RQL 13-1
- RQL 13-2
- RQL 13-3
Related key words:
sieve screen, shaking screen, ore sieve screen, square mesh, vibratory hooked screen
black iron wire, white steel wire, lead wire, stainless steel wire
mainly used for the mining, coal, construction and other industries
1) Single Crimp / Double WeaveWeave method:
Double weave, also known as "single crimp" or "over and under". This weave is used for smaller openings with relation to the wire size. All the teeth on the wheel ( to make this weave ) are the same size and evenly spaced. Both wh-eels are identical in size and shape.
2) Lock Crimp / Press Lock
Lock-crimp, also referred to as a "scalping weave". This weave is used for larger openings with relation to the wire diameter. The wheels for a lock-crimp design have one high tooth and two low teeth, and this pattern is repeated and uniform. Both wheels are identical in size and shape.
3) Flat Top
Flat top weave has a flatter surface than other weaves which improves material flow. Each wheel is different in a flat type weave. This is because the weave is not symmetrical on the top and bottom of the screen.
4) Lock Slot / Triple Shoot
Triple shoot, also known as "lock slot". The long openings help material flow freely and not get stuck in the screen. The wheel has a cluster of teeth and then a flat area which corresponds to the straight section of screen. Both wheels are identical in size and shape.
5) Intermediate CrimpIntermediate crimp skips several crimps in the wire to give a large opening with respect to the wire diameter. This type of weave uses a single crimp wheel just like the double weave. All teeth on the wheel are the same size and evenly spaced. Both wheels are identical in size and shape.
Crimped wire mesh weaving effect chart
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