Twilled dutch mesh weave produces smallest pores

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For monofilaments, a twilled dutch mesh weave produces the smallest pores and a smooth mesh surface, whilst the larger mate­rial cross section gives higher levels of mesh stability. When passing through a twilled dutch mesh, the particles must negotiate five offset pore levels. This means that ob­long, thin, rod-shaped and fibrous particles are securely retained. Fine specification twilled meshes are used for fine filtration such as pressure filtration in hydraulic steering equip­ment and fuel filters for critical applications. Coarser specification twilled dutch meshes are used for pressure and vacuum filtration (disc, cell and drum filters) and as a porous medium for fluidised bed applications. These meshes are usually manufactured from stainless steel.These meshes have a slightly textured surface and are particularly useful for high flow.

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