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Universal Wire Cloth Co.: Finest Wire Cloth Products and Service Available

Universal Wire Cloth Company has been serving the wire cloth industry for over 30 years. Starting in 1976, we are a family owned business that produces the best wire cloth products available. We have one of the largest inventories in the country and we specialize in fast delivery times at a cost-efficient price. We supply OEM’s with replacement screen and offer private labeling for our customers. With most of our equipment custom built to perform accurately we are able to produce a high-quality, consistent product to meet our customer’s needs. Continue reading

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Langley Wire Cloth Products, Inc: Wire Cloth and Perforated Metal

Langley Wire Cloth Products, Inc. is an ISO 9001:200 Certified manufacturer of wire cloth and perforated metal. Located in Collierville, Tennessee, we have a specific focus on strainers and filters and are known for being a dependable source in the wire cloth industry. Langley Wire Cloth Products, Inc. prides itself on being a full service supplier and has two manufacturing facilities to service our customers out of. Our company, with the help of our engineering assistance, can start with a drawing, sketch, sample, or a product description and then provide a quote and help customers accomplish their wire cloth and perforated metal projects. Continue reading

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Weaving Around: 6 Types of Wire Mesh Weaves

Woven wire mesh is a kind of wire mesh that is woven together just like cloth. This form of wire mesh usually has a tighter weave than welded wire mesh and it also retains a higher level of flexibility. Depending on the woven wire mesh weave pattern, wire mesh can be lighter or heavier than welded mesh. Typically, there are about six different patterns used in woven meshes. These patterns have their own strengths and specific applications where they are best suited. Continue reading

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Designing with Wire Cloth

There are a variety of different ways to use a wire cloth. Common industrial uses are for sorting machinery or draining pulp; common residential uses are ones such as fireplace guards or even kitchen cabinets. But there is one hidden feature when using wire cloth—the ability to design. Typically, wire cloth is commonly seen as some wires running a few different directions and it is not the most striking design, but the potential for creating something with the wires is astounding. Large sculptures, the outsides of skyscrapers, and more advanced mesh around the outside of a house are all possible avenues for design with wire cloth. But some of the more revolutionary designs come with prime functionality that may end up one day benefiting you, your company, or the environment around you. Continue reading

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5 Unique Uses for Wire Cloth

Wire cloth is a cool hybrid between fabric and wire. The cloth is actually not a cloth at all, because it is made entirely from metal wires or tiny threads. The smaller the strands of wires used to weave the cloth, the more flowing and flexible the finished product will be. Wire cloth is woven together just like real cloth, and wire looms look very similar to cloth looms. Wire cloth is often the material of choice for more delicate industrial applications, such as filtering or straining, but there are also many other applications for the thin and flexible metal. You can find wire fabric used for a variety of purposes in many industrial factories, including: Continue reading

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