There are different types of weave mesh which are used for different purposes. Below is a list of the kinds of weave mesh.
The Dutch weave mesh is created with the use of some coarse mesh which could be any of the following woven wire, mesh wire, and the wire mesh basket. A fine mesh is also used which has a relatively small wire in its fill. The Dutch weave is very strong and has fine openings. This type of weave mesh is commonly used as a filter cloth. The openings of the Dutch weave are fashioned in a way that its shape and position will play greatly in retaining unwanted particles and also increasing filter cake construction.
The plain weave is perhaps the simplest kind of wire cloth weave and this is also commonly used in households. Each of the wires that are running parallel to the length of the cloth is being intertwined alternately over and under every wire while running traversely onto the cloth. The degree by which the weaving is applied is at 90 degrees angle. The plain weave can be used on extremely different kinds of applications.
The twilled weave is created by passing the wires alternately over and under two wires that are warped. This pattern is repeatedly done on different warp wires. The appearance will be some parallel diagonal lines. The twilled weave enables one to use heavier wires in a certain mesh count. Mesh count refers to the number of openings in every lineal inch. In plain weaving, this is impossible to do. Once the twilled weave is done, this type of weaving can support different kinds of application. It can support a larger weight and executes finer filtrations.
Twilled Dutch weave
The twilled Dutch weave is a combination of the different features of both the twilled weave and the Dutch weave. How is this done? Fill wires are allowed to pass alternately above and below two warp wires. This enables the cloth to form a fine mesh in one direction while forming a coarse mesh in another direction. The twilled Dutch weave can support an even larger load than the Dutch weave. It also has finer openings compared to the twilled weave. The twilled Dutch weave is used in cases where it is necessary to filter heavy pieces of material.
Five Heddle Weave
The five heddle weave is created by passing different fill wires alternately above and below five warp wires. This pattern is repeatedly done on successive warp wires. The appearance of such weave is a series of parallel diagonal lines. This type of weave allows the usage of much heavier wires which is not possible to do in other types of weave. This weave has a variety of application and can support very heavy loads.