Traditional woven mesh is made in rolls on a loom. It consists of a warp and shute wire and the openings can be made in many geometric shapes and sizes. The wire is generally crimped during the weaving process and the openings are controlled in the process.
Mesh Number is a measure of the fineness of a mesh. The numerical value indicates the number of openings per linear inch. The smaller the mesh number, the larger the particle size that is able to pass through the mesh.
Woven mesh is only available in Stainlesss Steel and Brass materials.