A slotted mesh is formed with a stainless screen with a V-shaped wire cross-section. It is used to separate solids from liquids, sorting, concentrating, water separation, and so on. The fully-welded structure was first developed in Japan in 1972 with our unique technology. We are proud of its long track record. Many wire and support-rod types are available for a wide range of applications. The slit size is available from 25 μm.
The wedge wire screen is a cylindrical (outer winding of wires) WA screen that is used for various types of strainers and water-collection screens. It is a flat WW screen used to prevent carrier outflow from a water tank and separation/sorting of residues. Cylindrical- and cone-shaped basket screens are used as an outer screen for screw-type water separators and centrifuges to recover, filter, and water-separate raw materials and as an outer screen for crushers.
The mesh shape is slit. The slit width is available from 25 μm.
Two types of wires are available: WA and WV. The wire width is 0.8–4.0 mm for WA and 1.5–5.0 mm for WV.
Mainly three types of support rods are available: round steel, water drop, and flat bar. The rod width is φ2–φ12 mm for the round steel, 3.8 mm for the water drop, and 0.8–6.0 mm for the flat bar.
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