3 types of Copper mesh
Coarse mesh has 1 to 10 mesh openings per inch while medium copper mesh has 12 to 40 openings per inch. Fine mesh has 50 to 100 openings per inch making it suitable for a lot of applications. Woven Copper mesh that closely resembles a cloth with wire threads is suitable as shielding for enclosures used to isolate electronic devices from the outside world. The conductive enclosure must have the capability to block electrostatic fields. Copper mesh is also used for RF shielding enclosures to filter a range of frequencies. However, copper shielding must be properly designed and constructed to satisfy the requirements of computers, electric switching rooms and MRI facilities. Before placing an order, it makes sense to request for a sample. Manufacturers can also customize the copper wire mesh for special requirements.
Other applications are not highly technical. For example, if the plants in the garden are frequently attacked by snails and slugs, they need the protection of a fence made from copper which they specifically dislike. The mesh works successfully as a barrier because slugs get an electrical shock once they come into contact with the material. Another option to the copper wire mesh is copper flashing but it is not immediately available in the market. Mesh can be cut by sharp scissors and built into a small fence to discourage snails and slugs from entering the garden. Copper wire mesh also solves the problem with rodents and other pests that usually prey on the fruits and plants in the garden.
If the fireplace looks messy and unkempt, it probably needs a replacement. The fireplace can be enhanced by using a dark brown copper mesh. It also protects the drapes and other furniture from sparks and flare-ups. The dark brown color of the mesh will easily complement the furniture in your living room and can add warmth and sophistication. The most frequent type of copper wire mesh used in fireplaces is the fine woven mesh that creates a very good impression.
Copper wire mesh is also a popular material in the production of test sieves for laboratory sampling and particle size analysis. When making a choice for sieve material, the best option would be copper wire mesh with aperture measuring 2000 microns down to 50 microns. This will ensure high precision screening and increased efficiency. Since the copper wire mesh has strong rust resistance, cleaning is relatively easy. The price is affordable without compromising on quality. It has strong wear resistance making it suitable for graded screening requirements.