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Knitted Stainless Steel Wire Mesh Braided Material High Temperature Resistant

Knitted Stainless Steel Wire Mesh Braided Material High Temperature Resistant

    • Knitted Stainless Steel Wire Mesh Braided Material High Temperature Resistant
    • Knitted Stainless Steel Wire Mesh Braided Material High Temperature Resistant
  • Knitted Stainless Steel Wire Mesh Braided Material High Temperature Resistant

    Product Details:

    Place of Origin: Shanghai, China
    Brand Name: Tankii
    Certification: ISO9001:2015
    Model Number: SS304

    Payment & Shipping Terms:

    Minimum Order Quantity: 50kg
    Price: Negotiated price
    Packaging Details: Spool in carton, if necessary with plywood pallet o plywood case or according to client´s requirements
    Delivery Time: 7-12 DAYS
    Payment Terms: L/C, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram, Paypal
    Supply Ability: 200+TON+MONTH
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    Detailed Product Description
    Stainless Steel: SS304, SS316, SS316L,etc Application: Airbag Filters, Anti-Vibration, Sound Attenuation...
    Feature: High Temperature Resistant, Corrosion Resistant Other Material: Tinned Copper, Monel, Copper...
    Size: As Required Shape: As Required

    Knitted Stainless Steel Wire Mesh for Braided Material Application

     

    Knitted wire mesh gaskets provide an excellent cost effective EMI gasket, providing shielding in the magnetic as well as electric fields. Kemtron knit in four wire types, Monel, Stainless steel, aluminium and tin plated copper clad steel. Knitted mesh gaskets can be supplied as solid mesh or knitted over elastomeric cores with or without environmental seal in continuous lengths or fabricated to custom designs.

    This product is a knitted wire mesh over an elastomer core such as neoprene or silicone cellular or tube. Usually this consists of 2 layers of knitting over the elastomer core but small sections 1.5mm diameter requiring only 1 layer. The knitted mesh is then formed into the selected profile making a continuous gasket strip which is flexible and compressible and which makes an excellent RFI/EMI/EMP gasket.

     

    Knitted mesh airbag filters possess excellent filtration capability. Our filters are made of stainless steel by using advanced knitting technology at low cost. The filters are of great variety, and of good resistance to corrosion and shock.

     

    ITEM Stainless Steel Wire
    BRAND RONSCO,BAOSTEEL, JISCO, TISCO, etc.
    MATERIAL 200,300 and 400 SERIES
    STANDARD GB, AISI, ASTM, ASME, EN, BS, DIN, JIS
    CERTIFICATE CE,BV,SGS
    SURFACE electrolysis bright, bright, matt.
    APPLICATION

    Construction and decoration, as well as all kinds of industries

    and manufacture

    PACKING Standard export sea-worthy packing
    SHIPMENT Ocean shipping
    LEAD TIME 3-15 days after deposit
    PAYMENT T/T, L/C, Western Union

     

    Properties

    The advantageous properties of stainless steels can be seen when compared to standard plain carbon mild steel. Although stainless steels have a broad range of properties, in general, when compared with mild steel, stainless steels have:

    ~ Higher corrosion resistance

    ~ Higher cryogenic toughness

    ~ Higher work hardening rate

    ~ Higher hot strength

    ~ Higher ductility

    ~ Higher strength and hardness

    ~ A more attractive appearance

    ~ Lower maintenance


    Corrosion Resistance

    All stainless steels are iron-based alloys that contain a minimum of around 10.5% Chromium. The Chromium in the alloy forms a self-healing protective clear oxide layer. This oxide layer gives stainless steels their corrosion resistance. The self healing nature of the oxide layer means the corrosion resistance remains intact regardless of fabrication methods. Even if the material surface is cut or damaged, it will self heal and corrosion resistance will be maintained.

    Conversely, normal carbon steels may be protected from corrosion by painting or other coatings like galvanising. Any modification of the surface exposes the underlying steel and corrosion can occur.

    The corrosion of different grades of stainless steel will differ with various environments. Suitable grades will depend upon the service environment. Even trace amounts of some elements can markedly alter the corrosion resistance. Chlorides in particular can have an adverse effect on the corrosion resistance of stainless steel.

    Grades high in Chromium, Molybdenum and Nickel are the most resistant to corrosion.


    Cryogenic (Low Temperature) Resistance

    Cryogenic resistance is measured by the ductility or toughness at sub zero temperatures. At cryogenic temperatures the tensile strengths of austenitic stainless steels are substantially higher than at ambient temperatures. They also maintain excellent toughness.

    Ferritic, martensitic and precipitation hardening steels should not be used at sub-zero temperatures. The toughness of these grades drops significantly at low temperatures. In some cases this drop occurs close to room temperature.


    Work Hardening

    Work hardenable grades of stainless steel have the advantage that significant increases to the strength of the metal can be achieved simply through cold working. A combination of cold working and annealing stages can be employed to give the fabricated component a specific strength.

    A typical example of this is the drawing of wire. Wire to be used as springs will be work hardened to a particular tensile strength. If the same wire was to be used as a bendable tie wire, it would be annealed, resulting in a softer material.


    Hot Strength

    Austenitic grades retain high strength at elevated temperatures. This is particularly so with grades containing high levels of chromium and/or high silicon, nitrogen and rare earth elements (e.g. grade 310 and S30815). High chromium ferritic grades like 446 can also show high hot strength.

    The high chromium content of stainless steels also helps to resist scaling at elevated temperatures.

    Properties

    The advantageous properties of stainless steels can be seen when compared to standard plain carbon mild steel. Although stainless steels have a broad range of properties, in general, when compared with mild steel, stainless steels have:

    ~ Higher corrosion resistance

    ~ Higher cryogenic toughness

    ~ Higher work hardening rate

    ~ Higher hot strength

    ~ Higher ductility

    ~ Higher strength and hardness

    ~ A more attractive appearance

    ~ Lower maintenance


    Corrosion Resistance

    All stainless steels are iron-based alloys that contain a minimum of around 10.5% Chromium. The Chromium in the alloy forms a self-healing protective clear oxide layer. This oxide layer gives stainless steels their corrosion resistance. The self healing nature of the oxide layer means the corrosion resistance remains intact regardless of fabrication methods. Even if the material surface is cut or damaged, it will self heal and corrosion resistance will be maintained.

    Conversely, normal carbon steels may be protected from corrosion by painting or other coatings like galvanising. Any modification of the surface exposes the underlying steel and corrosion can occur.

    The corrosion of different grades of stainless steel will differ with various environments. Suitable grades will depend upon the service environment. Even trace amounts of some elements can markedly alter the corrosion resistance. Chlorides in particular can have an adverse effect on the corrosion resistance of stainless steel.

    Grades high in Chromium, Molybdenum and Nickel are the most resistant to corrosion.


    Cryogenic (Low Temperature) Resistance

    Cryogenic resistance is measured by the ductility or toughness at sub zero temperatures. At cryogenic temperatures the tensile strengths of austenitic stainless steels are substantially higher than at ambient temperatures. They also maintain excellent toughness.

    Ferritic, martensitic and precipitation hardening steels should not be used at sub-zero temperatures. The toughness of these grades drops significantly at low temperatures. In some cases this drop occurs close to room temperature.


    Work Hardening

    Work hardenable grades of stainless steel have the advantage that significant increases to the strength of the metal can be achieved simply through cold working. A combination of cold working and annealing stages can be employed to give the fabricated component a specific strength.

    A typical example of this is the drawing of wire. Wire to be used as springs will be work hardened to a particular tensile strength. If the same wire was to be used as a bendable tie wire, it would be annealed, resulting in a softer material.


    Hot Strength

    Austenitic grades retain high strength at elevated temperatures. This is particularly so with grades containing high levels of chromium and/or high silicon, nitrogen and rare earth elements (e.g. grade 310 and S30815). High chromium ferritic grades like 446 can also show high hot strength.

    The high chromium content of stainless steels also helps to resist scaling at elevated temperatures.

     

     

     

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