A slotted screen cloth with alternating crimped and straight wires where the crimped wires slow the material down, creating more time for it to pass over the openings. Tailored for better fines removal and reduced blinding. Ideal for hot asphalt screening and other severe applications such as high clay content
Slotted Woven Wire
Used for standard slot opening screening applications. Multiple wire crimp designs and a variety of hook/edge styles provide a match to most applications. Also available in stainless steel.
The Industry’s Strongest Wire
Major Wire’s OptimumWire® is the key durability component in most of their screen media (also known as screen cloth and screening media). It is manufactured through a proprietary process with a higher carbon and higher manganese content than traditional woven wire cloth, providing more resistance to abrasion and better performance in your application. Its high ductility, hardness and tensile strength make it less susceptible to breaking in high impact conditions and with highly abrasive materials, so it lasts longer and minimizes labor, maintenance and lost production costs.
Benefits Of Major Wire's OptimumWire® Woven Wire
The weaving process is also crucial. Each screen is woven with an extremely tight tolerance to any type of movement within the crimp or weave, preventing the wires from rubbing against each other and wearing prematurely during use. A tight weave is produced every time, and the tighter the weave, the more durable the woven wire.
HARDROK Equipment Inc. Product Lines
Double-Weave screen cloth is ideal for heavy impact applications and larger feed sizes on scalping decks, secondary decks and larger-size finishing decks. Opening sizes from 1.25" to 5" and wire diameters from .243 to .500 are available.
Square Opening Woven Wire
Used for standard square opening applications. Multiple wire crimp designs and a variety of hook/edge styles provide a match to most applications. OptimumWire® is available from .047 to .750 wire diameters and stainless steel Type 304 in .035 to .375