Twilled dutch mesh weave produces smallest pores
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TWILLED DUTCH WEAVE
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.