Sintered Wire Mesh involves the thermal processing of mesh to realign and permanently bond all the wires of mesh where they intersect or touch each other by heating at a constant pressure in a specific media for a particular time duration. The process creates a stable and secured mesh that can be utilized for filtering and high pressure applications. It is made in the single or multiple layers.
In Mesh Sintering, temperature and atmosphere have a significant role to protect and connect intersection wires. A high grade stability and security is received in a woven mesh that is ideal for deep drawing and prevents the risk of migration of wires.
Sintered wire mesh offers several advantages when compared to traditional wire cloth:
Sintered mesh is introduced in the several ranges of micron rating, mechanical characteristics and alloys. Besides of standard products, we provide custom weaves in an extensive range of alloys and materials and layering configurations to offer a product that meets your specific specifications.
Single Layer Laminate Series: Confirms that all warp and shute wires are locked protectively. It also permits quick in-depth drawing and forming.
Multiple Layer Laminate Series: Varying from two layers to above 25 individual layers of wire mesh bonded to produce an exclusively integrated structure.
Custom Design Laminates: It is a layer of material made by using woven mesh, perforated sheet and foils to produce hybrid materials that are lightweight and flexible.
We can supply finished filter elements, custom shapes, weld rings and end fittings for your component, offering a production ready mesh for your applications.