About Knitted Wire Mesh
Knitted Wire Mesh
Knitted wire mesh is a metal wire strand knitted into a mesh structure similar to sweaters. The knitting process creates a mesh of interlocking loops which move relative to each other without distorting the mesh. This can't be done with woven meshes, as there is always some form of connection between the wires.
Because of the interlocking loop structure, knitted wire mesh is known for its extreme flexibility. If it's not distorted beyond its yield point, the material will return to its original shape when the stress is removed.
Like many of our other products, Loos & Co., Inc. manufactures knitted wire mesh in a variety of materials. We maintain a detailed list of alloy specifications, some of which include:
|-MONEL 400||-Copper Alloys|
|-HASTELLOY C-276||-Aluminum Alloys|
OTHER MATERIALS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
Knitted wire mesh is a highly versatile product used in a wide range of applications, including, but not limited to:
- Mist Elimination
- Air Filtration
- Vibration Dampening
- EMI/RFI Shielding
- Gasketing and Sealing
When your requirements call for a strong, flexible product, look for knitted wire mesh product from Loos & Co., Inc. See our industrial products page for the uses where knitted wire mesh can be used.
For a complete overview of our capabilities, or to get a customized quote, contact us today. You can also click on the link below to receive more information about our knitted wire mesh products.