Knitting is a method for making cloth from threads or yarns. For industrial and commercial applications, knitted material utilizes a much broader range of materials and involves a wide range of post-knitting processes.
The method used to knit wire is similar to that of a knitting machine used to make jumpers and scarves, just on a much larger industrial scale. The form of the final product is generally a long sock, and the structure of the knit, inter-connecting loops of wire/fibres, provides a material with unique properties and application suitability. We can produce a vast array of multi-filament, co-knit, and multi-strand knitted wire meshes. For example, knitted wire mesh with head 10 needles/12 needles, 0.20 mm/0.25 mm diameter wire, mesh dia. 5 mm/12 mm.
Knitted wire mesh is also called knitted wire or knitted mesh, Knotted mesh, Knotted wire, Knotted wire mesh, Chain mesh, Wire net, Wire netting, Silt mesh, Mesh stocking, Wire mesh stocking, Sock mesh, Stretchy mesh, Holey mesh, Mesh ribbon, Chicken wire, Metal bag, Knitted copper, Interwoven metal, Interlocked wire, Wire protector and Wine bottle mesh.
Almost any material that can be drawn into a wire or filament can be used to produce a knitted mesh. Round wires from 0.11mm to 0.35mm diameter are most commonly knitted, but for special applications it is possible to knit wire as small as 0.03mm or as large as 0.8mm in diameter.
Knitted Wire mesh is made from knitting of various wire materials including stainless steel, copper, synthetic fiber and other materials.