Stainless steel woven mesh- that has had pickling and passivation treatment and then electropolished

You’ve made ‘the lasting decision’ and now for ‘the lasting look’ – how to minimise tea staining

Posted by: Amanda Greer
Stainless steel is a great product with many benefits including its look! We find it is a common misconception that Stainless Steel will forever maintain its silver appearance. As the name suggests it is ‘Stain – less’ not stain free. In other words it is ‘Low’ maintenance, not ‘No’ maintenance. Under particular conditions stainless steel... read more
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How to cut your Stainless Steel Welded Mesh & Woven Mesh?

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We are often asked how to cut stainless steel welded mesh & woven mesh and the answer very much depends on the wire diameter. The smallest wire gauge that we stock is 0.025mm which is thinner than the finest human hair and obviously doesn’t need to be cut with an angle grinder.

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Stainless steel hexagonal netting with double loop

Sustainability and Stainless Steel Wire & Mesh?

Posted by: SSWM

Sustainable and sustainability are terms that we hear every day, in fact, we are bombarded with them. Just about every product on the market has the “sustainable” tag, because marketers know that consumers want “sustainable” products.

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What is the Life Cycle Costing of Stainless Steel Wire and Mesh?

Posted by: SSWM

An important attribute of stainless steel is its ability to provide long term performance with minimum maintenance. Whilst galvanised steel has a lower material cost than stainless steel, the cost of using galvanised steel, over the desired life of the product or system in which it is used, is considerably more.

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Stainless Steel Welded Rolls available in 304 and 316

304 Grade versus 316 Grade Mesh and Wire – which should I use?

Posted by: SSWM

There are several hundred grades of stainless with differing chemical compositions, but only about ten are in common use. Most products in our range of stainless steel wire and stainless steel mesh products are offered in two grades – 304 and 316. The choice of grade is determined by the application and environment.

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Stainless Steel Tea Staining Discolouration

Why does my Stainless Steel have an Unsightly Brown Discolouration?

Don’t panic this is known as “tea staining”, a common cause of the deterioration of stainless steel surfaces. This is the unsightly brown discolouration caused by corrosion. While it is a cosmetic issue only, and does not affect the structural integrity or lifetime of the material, it makes the appearance of initially pristine stainless steel.

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