We introduce ourselves as the leading manufacturers of Industrial wire screen meshes having complete infrastructure under one roof to manufacture wide range of screen meshes like vibrating screen mesh, self cleaning harp mesh (with & without PU Strips), crimped wire mesh as per IS 2405/1963 specifications made in various metals like High carbon steel, Stainless Steel, MS and GI wire, serving the needs of various Industries like IRON AND MANGANESE ORE INDUSTRIES, STONE CRUSHING INDUSTRIES, SUGAR & CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES, FERTILIZER PLANTS, COAL MINES etc.
To manufacture quality screen Meshes, we procure high quality tensile/spring steel wire from reputed sources as per IS: 4454, Part – I Grade-I-1981 to with stand the constant vibration and abrasive action of the material.
TABLE SHOWS SOME OF THE MOST COMMON SIZES AND CUSTOMISED SIZES PROVIDED AS PER REQUIREMENT
|Nominal aperture size (mm)||2.0||2.5||3.15||4||5||6.3||8||10||11.2||12.5||14||16||20||22.4||
|Nominal WIRE dia (mm)||1.25||1.25||1.25||1.6||1.25||1.6||1.6||2.0||2.5||2.0||2.5||3.15||2.0||2.5||3.15||2.5||3.15||4.0||2.5||3.15||4.0||3.15||4.0||5.0||3.15||4.0||5.0||4.0||5.0||5.6||5.0||5.6||6.3||5.0||5.6||6.3||5.0||5.6||6.3||8.0|
|Approx. Free screening area%||38||44||51||44||58||51||57||51||45||58||51||45||64||58||42||64||58||51||67||61||54||64||57||51||67||61||54||64||58||55||64||61||58||66||64||60||69||67||64||57.0|
|Nominal aperture size (mm)||28||31.5||36||40||45||50||56||63||71||80||100|
|Nominal WIRE dia (mm)||5.6||6.3||8.0||5.6||6.3||8.0||10.0||5.6||6.3||8.0||10.0||5.6||6.3||8.0||10.0||5.6||6.3||8.0||10.0||6.3||8.0||10.0||12.0||6.3||8.0||10.0||12.0||6.3||8.0||10.0||12.0||8.0||10.0||12.0||8.0||10.0||12.0||8.0||10.0||12.0|
|Approx. Free screening area%||69||67||61||72||70||64||58||75||72||67||61||77||75||69||64||79||77||72||67||79||74||69||65||81||77||72||68||83||79||74||71||81||77||73||83||79||76||86||83||80|
We always welcome development of new types of screens as per specific requirements.
Newly installed screens should be re-tensioned after about four hours followed by another re-tensioning after about ten hours of operation, to avoid premature breakage of screen/wire.
Rubber strips should be checked whenever the screen is changed as the rubber wears from the bottom on the rails & is not generally visible.
To improve screening efficiency, clean the screen regularly from adhearing & near-size material.
REPS, SINGLE (PLAN) WEAVE = SPW also called CORDUROY, DUTCH or Basket Weave. The weft wires are woven as closely together as possible so as to obtain a "Zero Mesh" , i.e. A wire cloth practically without an aperture.
Screens are normally supplied in DOUBLE CRIMP (Plain Weave) Construction. Wires are Crimped evenly in both direction and sprung together by the weaving process to provide a rigid mesh used for most normal applications.
CORRUGATED OR DOUBLE INTERMEDIATE CRIMP screens have additional crimps in both wrap and weft directions between the intersections. This type of weave is used to achieve a rigid mesh where the aperture size is large in relation to the wire diameter.
Similar to DOUBLE CRIMP, but with positive crimps of each intersaction, the mesh remain firmly locked throughout it's life. While this construction is traditionally associated with heavy wire diameters.
Similar to standard LOCKMESH but with the crimps on the underside of the mesh only, the top surface remains smooth allowing materials to pass freely across the screens.