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  • T-316 Stainless Steel Wire Mesh - By Construction Type: Plain Weave/Crimp

    T-316 stainless steel is recognized as the second most widely available of all stainless steels in the wire mesh industry. T-316 stainless steel wire mesh is typically considered an alternative grade to T-304 stainless steel wire mesh and preferred in certain circumstances. Particularly, in marine environments and in applications requiring heavy welding, T-316 stainless steel is commonly specified due to its many benefits.

    Plain Weave/Crimp is considered the standard for the majority of T-316 stainless steel wire mesh specifications.

  • T-316 Stainless Steel Wire Mesh - By Construction Type: Intercrimp or Lock Crimp

    T-316 stainless steel is recognized as the second most widely available of all stainless steels in the wire mesh industry. T-316 stainless steel wire mesh is typically considered an alternative grade to T-304 stainless steel wire mesh and preferred in certain circumstances. Particularly, in marine environments and in applications requiring heavy welding, T-316 stainless steel is commonly specified due to its many benefits.

    Intercrimp and Lock Crimp are very popular weave/crimp types for custom manufactured woven T-316 stainless steel wire mesh.

  • T-316 Stainless Steel Wire Mesh - By Construction Type: Welded

    T-316 stainless steel is recognized as the second most widely available of all stainless steels in the wire mesh industry. T-316 stainless steel wire mesh is typically considered an alternative grade to T-304 stainless steel wire mesh and preferred in certain circumstances. Particularly, in marine environments and in applications requiring heavy welding, T-316 stainless steel is commonly specified due to its many benefits.

    Welded is an extremely popular type of construction for select T-316 stainless steel wire mesh specifications. Welded construction usually applies to a relatively larger opening size.

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