Brass wire mesh is an alloy of copper and zinc. It has much better abrasion resistance, better corrosion resistance and lower electrical conductivity as compared with copper.
Brass and phosphor bronze are frequently used in sieving diversified pellet, powder, porcelain clay and glass, chinaware printing, filtering liquid and gas.
Brass mesh is woven by Brass wire, phosphor bronze wire, or copper wire. It is used for separation and sifting kinds pellet, grain, porcelain earth and glass, chinaware printing and filter liquid.
Our brass woven wire cloth products are widely used in mining, petroleum, chemical, electronic, transport, plastic, food, construction and other fields.
The chemical composition of brass is 60-70% copper plus 30-40% zinc. Brass is superior to copper wire mesh in abrasion resistance and tensile strength, but electrical conductivity of brass wire is considerably lower than that for copper wire. Brass mesh is fairly stiff, but it can be bent by hand and easily cut with tin snips and common scissor.
Superior to copper abrasion resistance and tensile strength
60-70% copper plus 30-40% zinc
Uses include decorative applications, filter discs, cabinet screens, plumbing screens.