A wire screen, often known as a mesh sieve, is widespread use for wire mesh. The purpose of both types of products is to prohibit objects or animals from gaining access. However, as rational as it may appear, these wire meshes must meet specified requirements to perform their functions in the long run.
Insects, for example, can be kept out by wire mesh screens. However, they can also be used as netting to protect people from falling masonry or rock falls from old buildings.
A wire screen can also be used as a radiation shield, for example, to protect against radio transmissions. It is used to make a faraday cage, which protects against external electric fields.
Wire mesh is used for sifting purposes. Mesh sieves are employed in the chemical and mining sectors, for example. Wire mesh sieves are used in the chemical industry to remove undesirable particles from chemicals that pollute the product. Wire mesh sieves are used in the mining sector to separate small rocks from large boulders during the separation process.
Woven wire screens are the most precise way for sizing products and are available in a wide range of sizes. TWG’s pre-crimped wires assure distinct apertures and tightly woven screens, extending wear life, and our extensive tooling and local inventory ensure that you have the product you need when you need it.
In applications where blinding, pegging, and slivers are standard, Z-Slot screens are recommended.
- Standard Z-Slot (most precise sizing), Z-Diamond (enhanced cleaning above Standard Z-Slot), and Z-Herringbone are the three variants available (excellent for sticky blinding).
- Wires vibrate independently of one another, allowing for self-cleaning and greater output.
- On crown bar positions, wire fill or polyurethane strips are available to extend wear life.
- High carbon, WX, and stainless wire are all available.
The most frequent medium utilized is square opening screens, which are the most accurate and allow the most flexibility in spaces, wire diameters, and wire types.
- Accurate apertures allow for exact sizing and long-term consistency.
- You can match production needs thanks to the versatility of apertures and wire diameters.
- Standard specifications are readily available and may be delivered quickly.
Slots increase screening capacity while reducing blinding and clogging, and they’re beneficial for flats and slivers.
- Many slot lengths and wire sizes are available.
- Squares have a larger open surface and a higher throughput.
- For sticky applications, this is a better choice.
- HC, WX, and stainless steel wire are all available.
- Frequently used in trommel screens with both forward and lateral material flow.
Straight slots are utilized when passing elongated material is not an issue, and passing near-sized material with many slivers is desired.
- Increased throughput due to increased open area.
- Reduced material blinding and pegging.
- Square entrance types are frequently less expensive.
- When there are no strict requirements, this method is used.
- Mulching is commonly used to separate foreign particles.
A trommel screen is a screened cylinder with a spinning screen through which the material passes. Trommels are frequently used to process topsoil, compost, and green waste.
- Changing the apertures on the screen allows you to construct a variety of goods.
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