• Copper Woven Wire Mesh - By Weave/Crimp Type: Plain

    Copper wire mesh is ductile, malleable and has high thermal and electrical conductivity. Because of these unique characteristics, it is often used as RFI shielding, in Faraday Cages, in roofing, in HVAC and in countless electrical-based applications. Without a doubt, copper wire mesh is critical to many industries, and it is often at the center of technological advancements in a broad range of fields.

    Plain Weave/Crimp is generally considered the standard for most woven copper wire mesh.

  • Copper Woven Wire Mesh - By Weave/Crimp Type: Intercrimp or Lock Crimp

    Copper wire mesh is ductile, malleable and has high thermal and electrical conductivity. Because of these unique characteristics, it is often used as RFI shielding, in Faraday Cages, in roofing, in HVAC and in countless electrical-based applications. Without a doubt, copper wire mesh is critical to many industries, and it is often at the center of technological advancements in a broad range of fields.

    Intercrimp or Lock Crimp Weave/Crimp style is generally reserved for relatively larger opening sizes.