Hebei Tianhe Wire Mesh Factory is a professional manufacturer
of various kinds of wire mesh belt.
Fabrication Material : including AISI 304,AISI304L,AISI
316,AISI316L, SS 309, AISI 310,AISI 314, etc.
Application: Used in Sintering,Brazing, pharmacy, drying,
chemical, Glass Industry, electric, high temperature equipment,
heat treating, transit Baking Industry and Food Processing,
Material Selection :
SS 309 : With a relatively high chromium content of 25%,
this alloy provides good oxidation resistance up to 1700°F(927°C).
Due to instability of the scale formed on this alloy under
some conditions, its primary value is in applications
where the environment is destructive to high nickel alloys.
In these applications where sulphur, lead or zinc may
be present, it is particularly useful by virtue of its
high chromium content and low nickel content. It also
is subject to carbide precipitation in the 800°F(426°C)
to 1500°F(816°C) range and a low carbon or stabilized
alloy should be used where the environment is 1500°F
range and a low carbon or stabilized alloy should be used
where the environment is corrosive.
AISI 310 : This alloy is quite similar to Type314 except
for a lower silicon content. It is used primarily where
a relatively high chromium and nickel content is needed
and the belt must withstand moist corrosion.
AISI 314 : This alloy is extensively used for belts operating
at temperatures up to 2100°F(1149°C). Its composition
provides a high degree of oxidation resistance at high
temperatures and good carburization resistance.
Also referred to as chain link mesh since it is
woven in the same manner as Chain Link fencing.
All spirals are of the same direction and are woven
together without the use of connecting rods.
Generally used in chain driven applications where
exceptional drainage of open area are required.
Available in any material.
Manufactured using left & right hand spiral
connected with a crimped connecting rod to create
a balanced weave that is straight tracking. This
weave is designated with the letter “B”.
Balanced weave is the most common weave used in
general friction driven applications, positive driven
mesh, and chain driven applications. Often used
for architectural mesh,safety curtains electric,
anneal furnace, high temperature equipment, heat
treat, metallurgy, transit and food industry. Available
Consists of a series of alternating double left-hand
and right-hand spirals joined together by a straight
or crimped cross-rod.
Most commonly used in elevated temperature applications
for Sintering, Brazing and Annealing.
|4. Rod Reinforced
A single directional weave with a straight connecting
rod to add strength to the weave. Generally used
in high temperature furnaces where high strength
to weight is required. This weave does not track
well due to the single directional weave.
The Duplex belting is woven of pairs of spirals,
each pair turned ionto the preceding pair, and reinforced
with a rod through the hinging point. The percentage
of open area is decreased; weight and tensile strength
Because of its close mesh and smooth carrying surface,
the Duplex belt is most efficient for carrying small
parts such as needle bearings, lock washers, and
similar products through quench tanks or other pro-cesses,
and for the support of plastics and other products
that would be marked by a more open mesh fabric.
This belt construction is frequently incorporated
into chain driven belts, and is also chosen for
furnace curtains or explosion screens.
A variation of the balanced weave, consisting of
alternating left & right hand spirals compressed
to create a very tight weave with a flat surface.
Generally assembled with a straight connecting rod,
but is available in limited specifications with
a crimped connecting rod.
Common mesh used for small fasteners, catalyst and
baking bands. Also used as furnace curtains. Available
in any material.
Light weight & open construction makes this
belt popular in baking and food processing. Positive
driven belting manufactured from 304 stainless steel
and music wire.
Also available in metric pitch. Complete line of
sprockets, blanks, shafts, turn belts, and complete
|8. Chain Driven
Mesh belting with chain attached to each edge for
positive drive. The chain can be attached by rods
that pass through the mesh or with channel/bar supports
that are bolted/welded to the chain. The construction
method used is based on the capacity required and
the mesh will be determined by the smallest part
size. Most common meshes are balanced weave mesh
woven to accommodate the support spacing.
Common applications are ovens, quench tanks, washers,
fryers, freezers and any application that requires
positive drive to eliminate any potential tracking