Fine Brass Mesh Sheet
Fine wire brass mesh sheet is made from solid brass wire. This is top-quality mesh that is especially suited to fine filtration and sieving.
Fine brass mesh is ideal for filtering liquids, gases, or even solid materials. With its ultra-fine weave, it can capture even the smallest particles and impurities, ensuring a clean and reliable output. Brass is not a natural metal, but is an alloy of copper, zinc, and other elements, which also resists corrosion.
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Wire Cloth Specification
The specifications of this woven wire mesh are as below:
- Holes / Wires Per Linear Inch = 100
- Holes / Wires Per Square Inch = 100
- Wire Thickness = 0.05mm
- Hole Size / Aperture = 0.204mm
- Open Area % = 65%
- Cut With – We would cut this by using our fingertips alone
Why Choose The Mesh Company?
Our group have been in the mesh industry for over 150 years. We are one of the UK’s most trusted woven mesh suppliers because:
- Quality products: We offer high-quality products that are designed to meet the needs of a wide range of customers.
- Wide range of products: We are known for offering a wide range of products, including mesh, fencing, netting, and other related products.
- Experienced staff: Our staff are knowledgeable, experienced, and can provide expert advice and assistance to customers. This can be especially helpful for customers who are unsure about which product to choose or who have specific requirements. We also regular write blogs and help guides to help explain what our materials can be used for.
- Competitive prices: We are sure that our prices are always the lowest around. This makes us an attractive option for customers who are looking for a cost-effective solution.
- Customer service: The Mesh Company place a high priority on service and offer excellent support and assistance to our customers. This can help to ensure that you will have a positive experience when working with The Mesh Company.
What Other Woven Mesh Options Are Available?
The Mesh Company has an enormous range of woven wire mesh products. We truly are an industry leader among suppliers of weld mesh and woven wire materials. With the capabilities we have in-house, we can provide virtually anything you require.
FAQs For This Product
What Is The Composition Of Fine Brass Mesh?
Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc, while stainless steel is an alloy of iron, carbon, and chromium. You can easily tell the difference between brass and stainless steel by knowing their compositions. For instance, iron is the only metal that makes ferrous metals rust fast. In terms of corrosion resistance, copper is better than iron. Brass is more corrosion-resistant than stainless steel. The addition of chromium to steel makes a whole lot of difference to its ability to resist rust, but it is still susceptible to corrosion at some degree.
Brass is the cheapest and most efficient metal when it comes to thermal and electrical conductivity, as well as having a higher expansion coefficient, making it perfect for high temperature applications. It also has the best machinability, which makes it the most popular metal for applications that require small, precise metal pieces.
Stainless steel is a widely used, durable metal. It can resist most acids, apart from highly concentrated nitric acid. Despite this, it is more corrosive-resistant than brass in marine environments, and it can be passivated in either citric or nitric acid.
What Is Considered Fine Mesh?
Fine woven mesh refers to a type of mesh that has tightly woven wires or fibres, resulting in a high mesh count per inch.
The exact definition of fine woven mesh can vary depending on the application or industry, but generally, mesh with a mesh count of 100 or higher per inch is considered fine. The mesh specification in this listing is 100 mesh; which means that there are 100 holes per linear inch.
The finest mesh that we stock has 500 holes per linear inch. This is super fine wire mesh, and is only possible to be produced as a woven wire cloth.
How Fine Is 100 Mesh?
100 mesh refers to a mesh count per inch in a woven mesh screen. Specifically, it means that there are 100 openings or holes per linear inch of the screen. The size of the openings depends on the wire thickness and the weaving pattern, but in general, 100 mesh corresponds to openings that are approximately 0.149 mm or 149 microns in size. This mesh has a very fine wire, so the holes are larger than the standard, and the open area % is very high. Consequently, this material feels more like a cloth than a typical woven mesh.
What Is Brass Mesh Used For?
The specific application of brass mesh depends on the size and properties of the mesh, but some common uses that our customers have had for this mesh include:
- Filtration: Fine brass mesh is often used as a filter media to separate solids from liquids or gases. It can be used in applications such as fuel filtration, water treatment, and air filtration.
- Sieving: Brass mesh with a high mesh count is used in sieving applications to separate particles based on size. It is commonly used in the food industry for sifting flour, sugar, and other dry ingredients.
- Decorative: Some fine brass mesh can be used for decorative purposes such as window screens, cabinet door inserts, and artistic applications. The mesh of this listing is too fine and soft for this purpose.
- Electrodes: Fine brass mesh can be used as an electrode in various electrochemical applications, such as battery manufacturing and electroplating.
- EMI/RFI shielding: Brass mesh can be used as a shield to block electromagnetic interference (EMI) or radio frequency interference (RFI) in electronic devices. See our detailed blog on this use.
How Do I Cut This Fine Mesh?
We would use fingertips alone. Cut two snips in the mesh and then pull the strip and this will make a really neat cut. This is easier than cutting along the line of apertures of the mesh as the holes are so fine they cannot be seen.
Check out our blog ‘everything that you need to know about brass wire mesh’ for more information on this product. Our goal for our blogs and help guides is to answer as many questions as possible to help to explain the possibilities of mesh to our customers. Contact our team today if you have any questions at all. We are always really keen to help in any way that we can.
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