• Brass Woven Wire Mesh - By Opening Size: From 0.920" to 0.228"

    Brass woven wire mesh is comprised of copper and zinc. A chemical composition of 65% Copper - 35% Zinc (a.k.a., 270 Yellow Brass) is recognized as the standard for stocked wire mesh in the industry. 70% Copper – 30% Zinc (a.k.a., 260 High Brass) is typically reserved for custom manufacturing. The presence of zinc in brass wire mesh is important because it provides added abrasion resistance and allows for higher tensile strengths. Because brass mesh is primarily composed of copper, it maintains many of copper’s unique characteristics, namely softness, malleability and resistance to certain acids.

    The popular specifications featured here represent some of the larger opening sizes commonly requested in brass wire mesh. Mesh specifications with larger opening sizes generally require custom manufacturing and are commonly used in infill panels, room dividers and various decorative applications. Other specifications, like 1/2” x 1/2" Mesh and 1/4” x 1/4" Mesh, are used in gutter guards, air vents and filtration applications.

  • Brass Woven Wire Mesh - By Opening Size: From 0.215" to 0.0603"

    Brass woven wire mesh is comprised of copper and zinc. A chemical composition of 65% Copper - 35% Zinc (a.k.a., 270 Yellow Brass) is recognized as the standard for stocked wire mesh in the industry. 70% Copper – 30% Zinc (a.k.a., 260 High Brass) is typically reserved for custom manufacturing. The presence of zinc in brass wire mesh is important because it provides added abrasion resistance and allows for higher tensile strengths. Because brass mesh is primarily composed of copper, it maintains many of copper’s unique characteristics, namely softness, malleability and resistance to certain acids.

    The wire mesh specifications featured here represent some of the more common brass wire mesh specifications that industrial customers request. These items are available from stock or can be custom manufactured, depending upon the customer’s requirements. Brass mesh is popular in a wide array of general industrial applications, including air filtration, liquid separation, marine use and high-performance aerospace.

    Also, due to its unique golden color and unique characteristics, brass wire mesh is used in decorative, architectural and even artistic applications.

  • Brass Woven Wire Mesh - By Opening Size: From 0.0553" to 0.0300"

    Brass woven wire mesh is comprised of copper and zinc. A chemical composition of 65% Copper - 35% Zinc (a.k.a., 270 Yellow Brass) is recognized as the standard for stocked wire mesh in the industry. 70% Copper – 30% Zinc (a.k.a., 260 High Brass) is typically reserved for custom manufacturing. The presence of zinc in brass wire mesh is important because it provides added abrasion resistance and allows for higher tensile strengths. Because brass mesh is primarily composed of copper, it maintains many of copper’s unique characteristics, namely softness, malleability and resistance to certain acids.

    The wire mesh specifications featured here represent some of the more common brass wire mesh specifications that industrial customers request. These items are available from stock or can be custom manufactured, depending upon the customer’s requirements. Brass mesh is popular in a wide array of general industrial applications, including air filtration, liquid separation, marine use and high-performance aerospace.

    Also, due to its unique golden color and unique characteristics, brass wire mesh is used in decorative, architectural and even artistic applications.

  • Brass Woven Wire Mesh - By Opening Size: From 0.0277" to 0.0055"

    Brass woven wire mesh is comprised of copper and zinc. A chemical composition of 65% Copper - 35% Zinc (a.k.a., 270 Yellow Brass) is recognized as the standard for stocked wire mesh in the industry. 70% Copper – 30% Zinc (a.k.a., 260 High Brass) is typically reserved for custom manufacturing. The presence of zinc in brass wire mesh is important because it provides added abrasion resistance and allows for higher tensile strengths. Because brass mesh is primarily composed of copper, it maintains many of copper’s unique characteristics, namely softness, malleability and resistance to certain acids.

    These popular brass mesh specifications featured here represent some of the most fine brass wire meshes in the industry. These fine mesh specifications are typically reserved for high performance industrial applications, like chemical processing and filtration, or in some instances, for use in aerospace or power generation.

    Due to its unique golden color and characteristics, brass wire mesh is used in decorative, architectural and even artistic applications, like lampshades, ceiling panels and jewelry.