We offer a series of woven wire weaves in a range of different materials.
This is the simplest form of weave and the one most commonly used. Each shute wire passes alternately over and under the warp wires at right angles.
It is used where heavier wires are used to produce a square opening in a fine mesh. Each shute wire alternately goes over two warp wires and under two warp wires. By “staggering” the interfacing a diagonal pattern is produced.
Plain filter cloth or “Dutch” Weave is identical in structure to plain weave.
The differences are that the warp wires are heavier and the lighter shute wires are crimped and tight against the warp wires, resulting in a small triangular opening.
Twilled Filter Cloth or Twilled “Dutch” Weave is the same as plain filter cloth except for the wire sizes and in overlapping the shute. This allows twice the number of wires per inch.
Similar to twilled filter cloth, except it uses much finer wires and mesh count. Due to placement of wires and heavier wires than in the finest plain weave, it is extremely durable.Measured in micron retention it is possible to have as many as 1,000,000 opening per square inch.
This is a special type of plain weave that utilizes very fine wire but produces a high percentage of open area or transmission. Usually woven in refractory metals and stainless steel, open area as high as 95% can be produced.
Aluminium, Brass, Carpenter 20, Copper, Galvanised Steel, Gold, Hastelloy, Haynes Alloy, Incoloy, Inconel, Titanium, Molybdenum, Monel, Nichrome, Nickel, Palladium, Phosphor Bronze, Platinum, Rhodium, Silver, Steel, Steel Stainless, Tantalum, Thoriated Tungsten, Tinned Steel, Tungsten
Anhydrous, homogeneous, pre-fused fluxes with low loss on ignition and defined granuometry.
The accuracy and the repeatability of XRF depends to a large extent upon the sample preparation.
This crieria are noticably improved by the use of anhydrous dense molten fluxes perfected by the companies I.C.P.H & GLC Alloys Ltd.
Laboratory Equipment Made from platinum and platinum alloys, such as dishes and crucibles or special equipment for X-Ray fluorescence analysis. Based on our extensive materials expertise we are able to produce complex components, as well as semi-finished products for various industrial applications.
Dispersion Hardened Platinum Materials
With dispersion hardening (DPH) we have succeeded in creating a new class of materials in precious metal technology whose resistance to thermal loadings and corrosion resistance is even greater then that of pure platinum and the solid solution hardened platinum alloys. DPH materials are especially suitable for areas os application where long service life, high temperature strength, resistance to corrosion and stability against deformation are critical.
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Thin Film Materials
The Thin Film Materials Division is one of the world’s largest – and most experienced developers and manufacturers of high purity sputtering targets and evaporation materials.
Bonding Wires for Semiconductor Tech
We have developed a multitude of innovations and brought them to industrial maturity, thus becoming an important and indispensable partner for companies in the electronics and electrical industries, in aero-space, metal processing, the chemical and pharmaceutical industries and in science, research and medicine.
High Precision Tubes and Profiles
Precision tooling makes possible the production of complex shapes while maintaining extremely close tolerances. These profiles are available in stainless steel, brass, nickel silver, copper, beryllium copper, titanium, nickel alloys, aluminium alloys, etc..