Plain Weave :-
Each warp wire passes over and under the successive rows of
weft wires and vice versa ensuring the maximum of weaving stability
and most accurate mesh openings between 2.8 mm and 0.048 mm. Tolerances
as well to ISO 9044.
Twill Weave :-
thread position changes at every second, third or fourth crossing
of wire giving a reduced stability. This type of weave allows
a thicker wire and is consequently well suitable for heavy meshes.
Available upto approx. 0.025 mm aperture.
Plain dutch Weave :- ( Hollander Weave )
Type of weave is similar to plain woven fabric. However,
the thicker warp are located at a wider distance from each other
unlike the thinner weft wires which lie closer to each other.
Mainly used for filters, suction apparatus, centrifuges and similar
systems of separation.