• T-316 Stainless Steel Wire Mesh: From 4" x 4" Opening to 3/4" x 3/4" Mesh

    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.

    The specifications featured here are often custom manufactured and remain highly requested among a wide array of users. Often, these items are furnished and supplied in sheet form, with 4 ft x 10 ft being popular.

    The specifications are commonly used in numerous industrial and non-industrial applications, including general industrial use, chemical processing and construction projects where a higher level of corrosion is needed. Likewise, architects and commercial and residential designers also use these specifications for infill panels and in security applications. These items can also be used in fencing, caging and enclosure applications in corrosive environments.

  • T-316 Stainless Steel Wire Mesh: From 2 x 2 Mesh to 4 x 4 Mesh

    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.

    The popular specifications featured here range in opening size from approximately 1/2" to 1/4" and are commonly requested items that industrial and non-industrial users select for their specific wire mesh requirements. Many of these items are stocked in full, 100 ft rolls and can be provided in conveniently sized sheets, like 4 ft x 10 ft or 3 ft x 25 ft, for example.

    Many of these meshes are specified for use in heat treating, food processing and particle separation. The automotive, refinery and marine industries routinely use many of these meshes. Architect and designers use these meshes for unique and interesting designs like infill panels, room dividers and decorative signage in environments that require better corrosion resistance than T-304 SS.

  • T-316 Stainless Steel Wire Mesh: From 5 x 5 Mesh to 18 x 18 Mesh

    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.

    The popular specifications featured here range in opening size from approximately 1/5" to 1/32" and are commonly requested items that industrial users select for their specific wire mesh requirements. Many of these items are stocked in full, 100 ft rolls and can be provided in conveniently sized sheets, like 4 ft x 10 ft or 3 ft x 25 ft for example.

    Many of these meshes are specified for use in general industrial use applications, like heavy duty particle separation, water filtration and food processing. Industries that use these types of stainless steel mesh specifications typically include: pharmaceuticals, scientific, processing and automotive to name a few.

    Designers and home owners also find many of these meshes suitable for use as insect screen and in various security applications around the house and office that require a higher level of corrosion resistance than T-304 stainless steel.

  • T-316 Stainless Steel Wire Mesh: From 20 x 20 Mesh to 40 x 40 Mesh

    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.

    The specifications featured here range in opening size from approximately 1/32" to 1/64" and are items that many users select for general industrial use. Darby specializes in stocking many of the standard or market grade specifications, as well as some of the harder to procure items that are used in unique applications.

    Many of these items can be used in filtration and separation applications. Some of these items can also be used in instances where air flow is needed. Others of these specifications can be used in scientific applications. The common thread among all of these uses is that T-316 stainless steel is often preferred when a higher level of corrosion resistance is needed, compared to T-304 stainless steel.

    Non-industrial users also find some of these specifications useful in various decorative and artistic applications.

  • T-316 Stainless Steel Wire Mesh: From 50 x 50 Mesh to 500 x 500 Mesh

    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.

    The specifications featured below range in opening size from approximately 1/64" to 1/750" and represent some of the finest wire cloth presently available in the industry. These fine and ultra-fine wire mesh specifications have a cloth-like characteristic to them, but they also have the same durability and corrosion resistance found in the coarser stainless steel wire meshes.

    Often times, these specifications are reserved for high performance used in industries, like aerospace, science research and special technologies. These items, especially the more common standard or market grades, are available from stock in full 100 ft rolls. These rolls can be cut down to size, particularly if the mesh is part of a fabricate assembly. The common thread among all of these uses is that T-316 stainless steel is often preferred when a higher level of corrosion resistance is needed, compared to T-304 stainless steel.

    Non-industrial users also find some of these specifications useful in various decorative and artistic applications.