Custom Wire Mesh And Woven Wire Mesh: The Solution To Your Industrial Screening Needs

Mesh screens are used in a variety of industries. They are used to sift and filter materials, as well as separate out unwanted particles from the desired product. Mesh screens come in a variety of sizes and shapes, depending on your needs. 

Types of Mesh Screens

There are two main types of mesh screens: woven and non-woven. Woven screens are made with a series of interlaced wires that form a grid pattern, while non-woven screens use an open weave to allow particles to pass through. 

Woven mesh screens can be made from steel or stainless steel, which require more maintenance than polyester or other synthetic materials but are stronger and longer lasting than their non-metallic counterparts. Non-wovens are lighter weight but more fragile than either type of woven material; they're typically used in applications where frequent cleaning is necessary because they tend not to last as long as their sturdier counterparts (though this depends on what you're filtering).

Advantages of Custom Mesh Screens

Custom mesh screens offer high durability, resistance to corrosion and rust, high tensile strength, and resistance to high temperatures. They are also cost-effective, highly efficient, and easy to install and maintain. They also offer precise filtration. 

Industries That Use Mesh Screens

Mesh screens are used in a variety of industries. 

In the food and beverage industry, these screens are used to filter out solids from liquids or separate different types of materials. For example, you may find mesh filters used to strain liquids like wine or beer before bottling them. In this case, the mesh would be made with very small holes so that only liquids can pass through it while other larger particles remain behind on top of your strainer screen. 

Some pharmaceutical companies might use custom-designed stainless steel sieves for drug production lines because they're able to withstand high temperatures without warping or melting due to friction caused by moving parts inside machines. For example, centrifuges where many medications are produced using liquid solutions containing active ingredients such as vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin) which need careful handling during manufacturing processes.


Mesh screens are used in a variety of industries, from mining to food processing. They can be used to sift and filter materials, allowing you to separate them based on size or weight. Custom mesh screens are the perfect solution for all of your industrial screening needs.

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