Brass Wire Mesh
Brass wire mesh is an alloy and built with a combination of copper and zinc. The overall chemical composition of brass is 30% to 40% zinc and 60% to 70% that of copper. It has better properties like abrasion and corrosion resistance, with lower electrical conductivity in comparison to copper. The product is primarily utilized in sieving diversified pellet, porcelain clay and glass, powder, filtering liquid and gas, and even used in chinaware printing. The brass mesh is woven by Brass wire, copper wire, and also phosphor bronze wire. It is utilized for separation and sifting kinds pellet, chinaware printing, porcelain earth and glass, grain, and filter liquid. It is also used in decorative applications, plumbing screens, filter discs, and cabinet screens.
Fars Wiremesh is a leading brass wire mesh manufacturer and our brass woven wire cloth products are extensively utilized in mining, chemicals, petroleum, electronics, food, transport, plastic, construction, and other multiple fields. Brass is superior to copper wire mesh but its electrical conductivity is somewhat lower. The brass mesh is generally stiff; however, it can be bent and effortlessly being cut using tin snips or a simple scissor. 60-70% copper plus 30-40% zinc Uses include decorative applications, filter discs, cabinet screens, plumbing screens