Brass woven wire mesh use in jewellery shop decoration and retail outlet for designer products showrooms. Brass woven wire mesh 4 wire dia 1.6mm aperture 4.75mm / 4750 microns is very popular for architects and interior designers to use in offices, hotels, kitchens, cabinets, and facade decoration. Chemically treated brass woven mesh use for antique decoration. Also, use for home decoration to achieve antique appearance on cabinet and joinery.
Brass woven wire mesh has been used for hotel and restaurant bar area decoration someplace they used to make out the special fabricated brass wire mesh baskets. Some special chemical filtration requires brass material wire mesh. Some designer clothes and handbags, lights have used brass woven wire mesh.
What is brass material?
Brass is a gold looking metal. Brass metal is made of copper and zinc alloy. Different proportions of zinc and copper create a different range of brasses with different properties. Brass may also include small proportions of different metal elements – these include phosphorus, aluminium, arsenic, manganese and silicon.
The brass product, over time, will become verdigris (change colour). After it has changed colour brass looks aged and antique. Antique looking brass can be done through a chemical process with the brass metal.
Plain weave Brass woven wire mesh is used for a majority of wire cloth woven by A1 Metal Mesh Screens’ partner factory. Each warp wire crosses alternately above and below every weft wire and vice versa.
Warp and weft wires are normally of the same diameter.
Plain weaves are used for the majority of commercial applications and for filtration where a high flow rate is required.
|Mesh No||Wire dia||Aperture||Open Area||Weight|
|2||2mm||10.7mm (10700micron)||70%||4 kg/m2|
|4||1.6mm||4.75 mm (4750micron)||55%||5.12 kg/m2|
|8||0.7mm||2.43mm (2430micron)||60%||1.96 kg/m2|
|16||0.28mm||1.31 mm (1307micron)||72%||0.62 kg/m2|