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|Name:||Locked Bending Crimped Wire Mesh||Material:||Stainless Steel/Carton Steel|
|Shape:||In Sheet||Application:||Decoration/High Flexibility|
Stainless Steel Lock Crimped Wire Mesh Wtih Square Aperture in Sheet as the Decorative Mesh
Lock Crimped Wire Mesh:
We also call it Lock Crimp / Locked Crimped Wire Mesh / Locked Bending Crimped Wire Mesh.
“Lock crimp” is a crimp type that is commonly employed when woven wire mesh is manufactured. Similar to intermediate crimp, “lock crimp” is also comprised of pre-crimped wires. The distinguishing feature of lock crimp is the bump or knuckle that forms over each intersecting set of wires. These knuckles lock the mesh in place and create an extremely rigid product. And finally, the wires on a lock crimp are straight between intersections, while the wires with the intermediate crimp are corrugated.
To prevent skewing of the mesh, the wires are pre-crimped at their point of intersection, so that warp and shute wires embrace each other over a half of their circumference.
This type of wire cloth is specifically employed for shifting out very coarse particles.
Wire cloths with openings of 4 to 100 mm are used for shifting out large- to medium-size particles.
It is optimum for vibration screens, because it is woven to provide a smooth surface, the friction is even, and a longer service life is achieved in comparison with Intermediate Crimp wire cloths.
Stainless steel, hard steel, galvanized steel, etc.
|Combination of Openings and Wire Diameters|
|Opening mm||Wire Diameter mm||Opening mm||Wire Diameter mm|
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