Metal Mesh Tube

Metal mesh tubes are made from many different types of metals, but stainless steel is the most common because it is easy to clean and highly resistant to corrosion. The number of layers and meshes that make up the metal mesh depends on different usage conditions and uses.

  • Large dust holding capacity, high filtration precision, pressure raises slowly,a long cycle period.
  • High porosity and excellent permeability, small pressure loss, high flow.
  • Corrosion resistance, high temperature resistance
  • Easy processing, forming, and welding.
  • Be produced according to user requirements


Stainless Steel mesh tube

Stainless Steel mesh tube

Stainless steel mesh tubes are cylindrical structures constructed from woven or welded stainless

steel wire mesh, designed for filtration, separation, and fluid handling applications. These tubes offer exceptional corrosion resistance, mechanical strength, and durability, making them well-suited for harsh and demanding environments.

The porous mesh structure of stainless steel mesh tubes enables efficient filtration and separation of particles, ensuring precise and reliable results. They can withstand a wide range of temperatures and pressures, making them versatile for diverse industrial applications. With customization options available for mesh sizes, wire diameters, and dimensions, stainless steel mesh tubes can be tailored to meet specific filtration requirements.

1.2p1 Copper mesh tube

Copper mesh tube

Copper mesh tubes are fabricated from woven or knitted copper wire mesh, harnessing the unique

properties of copper as the primary material. One of the standout features of copper mesh tubes is their exceptional electrical and thermal conductivity, making them ideal for applications requiring efficient heat transfer or electrical conductivity. The high thermal conductivity of copper allows for quick and effective dissipation of heat, making these tubes suitable for heat exchangers and thermal management systems.

Additionally, copper exhibits excellent corrosion resistance, particularly in non-acidic environments. This property makes copper mesh tubes suitable for applications where corrosion is a concern, such as in water filtration systems or outdoor installations.

Copper also boasts natural antimicrobial properties, which means copper mesh tubes are particularly well-suited for applications in the medical and healthcare industries, where controlling the growth of bacteria and pathogens is crucial.

1.3p1 Woven wire mesh tube

Woven wire mesh tube

Woven wire mesh tubes are crafted from interlaced wires in a criss-cross pattern, forming a

continuous mesh tube. They offer a range of versatile features that cater to various industries. Their porous structure allows for efficient filtration and separation of particles from liquids or gases, making them valuable in water treatment, filtration systems, and industrial processes.

Woven wire mesh tubes possess remarkable strength and durability, ensuring their structural integrity under demanding conditions, while customization options like mesh sizes, wire diameters, and weave patterns allow them to adapt to specific filtration needs. Depending on the material used, such as stainless steel, copper, or other alloys, woven wire mesh tubes exhibit temperature and corrosion resistance properties, making them suitable for a diverse array of environments.

Perforated mesh tube

Perforated mesh tube

perforated mesh tube is made from metal cylindrical that features a pattern of holes or perforations

along its surface. These perforations can be circular, square, or other shapes, allowing for the controlled passage of fluids, gases, or particles through the tube. Perforated mesh tubes are known for their excellent filtration and flow control capabilities, making them indispensable in various industries.

The strength and structural integrity of perforated mesh tubes are attributes that stem from their construction using durable materials, such as stainless steel, which ensures their mechanical robustness. Moreover, their customizability enables manufacturers to tailor the size, shape, and pattern of the perforations to meet specific filtration requirements or achieve desired flow characteristics.

Sintered mesh tube

Sintered mesh tube

Sintered wire mesh tubes are cylindrical structures made of sintered wire or mesh. The sintering

process involves compacting the wires together and heating them to a temperature below their melting point, bonding the wires at the points of contact. This forms a solid porous structure with consistent pore size and distribution throughout the tube.

These sintered wire mesh tubes have controlled porosity to precisely filter and separate particles while maintaining high flow rates. Uniform and fine pores ensure effective particle retention making it suitable for critical filtration applications. The sintering process also imparts mechanical strength to the structure, ensuring durability and reliability under challenging conditions.

1.6p1 Expanded metal tube

Expanded metal tube

Expanded metal tubes are formed from a single sheet of metal that undergoes an expansion

process to create a pattern of diamond-shaped openings. The process involves slitting and stretching the metal sheet, resulting in a three-dimensional mesh-like structure with interconnected strands. This design imparts several valuable features to expanded metal tubes, making them suitable for a wide range of applications.

The significant advantages of expanded metal tubes is their strength and rigidity. The continuity of the metal throughout the structure ensures robustness, making them durable and resistant to deformation. Despite their sturdiness, expanded metal tubes remain relatively lightweight, making them ideal for applications where weight is a concern.

The diamond-shaped openings in expanded metal tubes enable effective ventilation and fluid flow while still providing structural integrity. They find use in filtration systems, where the expanded pattern increases the surface area, enhancing filtration efficiency.

1.7p1 Knitted mesh tubes

Knitted mesh tubes

Knitted mesh tubes are flexible and porous cylindrical structures formed from interlocking loops

of wire or filaments. Their knitting process creates a continuous and uniform structure with various mesh densities and diameters. These tubes are highly versatile, with applications in filtration, separation, heat exchange, sound attenuation, and more.

Knitted mesh tubes offer excellent filtration efficiency for both liquids and gases, with precise control over pore size and density. Their high surface area makes them effective for gas-liquid contact and heat transfer processes. Additionally, the flexibility of knitted mesh tubes allows them to conform to complex shapes and fit into various applications.

Weld Perforated Metal Mesh Tube

Weld Perforated Metal Mesh Tube

Weld Perforated Metal Mesh Tube is a round or spiral tube welded by argon arc welding. Materials mainly include stainless steel, mild steel, Hastelloy, aluminum and galvanized steel. The surface of the perforated metal mesh tube is sandblasted, galvanized, electrolytic, pickled and passivated. To ensure purity, the perforated spiral tube filters solids, liquids, air and screens.

Perforated Metal Mesh Filter Tubes

Perforated Metal Mesh Filter Tubes

Metal mesh perforated filter tubes can offer a variety of hole sizes and patterns, providing aesthetic appeal.It provides uninterrupted flow of air, light and liquid while creating attractive appeal. It has a variety of porous, open and high strength weight ratios for endless applications including safety, screening, machine protection, housing, and other applications.

metal mesh tubing

Metal Mesh Tubing

The metal mesh tubing is made of stainless steel, mild steel, Hastelloy alloy, aluminum and galvanized steel. Welding form can be direct welding, argon arc welding or spiral welding. Metal Mesh tubing provides good bending resistance. So it’s a good choice for use where rigidity and durability are required. Many common metal mesh tubing are made of expanded or perforated and crimped wire mesh.

We manufacture metal mesh tubing of various materials and specifications. The product design can be customized according to the specific situation of customers, using different layers and braided structure, optimize the customer’s products and processes, to achieve the ideal filtration and dispersion effect. Metal mesh tubing is an effective way to remove large particles. Particles are attached to a curled or rolled medium. Because particles are attached to the medium, they can withstand larger micron sizes.

Metal mesh tubing is one of the most widely used filters because of its structure to accommodate almost any filter or application. Compared to other materials on the market, woven wire mesh stands out because of its balance of quality and cost savings. Metal mesh tubing is mainly used for air filtration, corrosive gas filtration, corrosive liquid filtration, sewage treatment, beer brewing filtration, coal, food processing industry, hydraulic oil, oil pipeline and other industries.

high pressure metal wire mesh tube

High Pressure Metal Wire Mesh Tube

High pressure metal wire mesh tubes are made by sintering several layers of woven wire mesh to a layer of perforated metal. The woven wire mesh layer consists of a filter layer, a protective layer and possibly a buffer layer between the fine mesh layer and the perforated plate. The perforated sheet is then added as a base and the whole structure is sintered together to form a very strong and easily machined sheet.

This type of sintered wire mesh laminate has high pressure resistance and high mechanical strength due to the support of the porous plate. It is suitable for a variety of applications that require fine-grained filtering, but also require protection and preservation of filtering layers. In oil wells, for example, filtering of fine particles is required under very high pressure conditions.

We manufacture customized single or multi-layer woven wire mesh tubes in different sizes of metal wire mesh tubes. Available stainless steel weave styles include plain, twill, plain dutch and reverse dutch twill. The high pressure metal wire mesh tube can be stamped, sintered, brazed, welded and rolled.

The high pressure metal wire mesh tube is ideal for general industrial use as welded wire mesh can be cut into smaller sizes such as rectangles, squares or discs without fraying. The number of layers and meshes that make up the metal mesh depends on different usage conditions and uses. high pressure metal wire mesh tube is mainly used in petrochemical, petroleum pipelines, oil-filled equipment, construction machinery, water treatment, pharmaceutical and food processing and other industrial fields.

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Our company provides a kind of metal alloy to solve the problem of providing products with excellent performance in high temperature and high corrosive environment. 

Our products are very strong and welded or sintered. Length, diameter, thickness, alloy, medium grade and other specifications can be adjusted during the production process, so that the product is suitable for a variety of filtration, flow and chemical compatibility in different customer processes.



SS304,SS316,SS304L,SS316L,Copper,Titanium,Inconel, Hastelloy, Monel,etc.

Wire Diameter


Mesh Count


Weaving Types

Plain Weave, Twill Weave, Dutch Weave,etc


Square, Round, Rectangular,etc




Single Layer, Multi-layer


20mm-2000mm, Customized



Metal mesh tube is made by punching and welding process. The welding method can be direct welding or argon arc welding or spiral welding. Because of its tubular construction, this type of filtration product can provide superior resistance to bending and curling.

The more popular filter tubes are made of expanded metal mesh or perforated metal mesh and crimped metal mesh. Sheets of metal are cut, and they are then stretched to form mesh-like shapes or regular patterns. Of all the patterns manufactured, diamond-shaped metal mesh is the most common metal mesh.

When stretched, the grid creates diamond-like spaces, which are common in applications involving architecture, construction or architecture. In the field of construction, expandable wire mesh can be used as struts for effect, or they can simply be used as some form of positive reinforcement in the building process.

We manufacture metal mesh tubes in various materials and sizes. The product design can be customized according to the specific situation of the customer, using different layers and weaving structures to optimize the customer’s product and process to achieve the ideal filtration and dispersion effect. Metal mesh tube is one of the most widely used filters because it is constructed to suit almost any filtration or application. Woven wire mesh stands out for its balance of quality and cost savings compared to other materials on the market.


What type of metal is used in the construction of the metal mesh tube?

Types of metal mesh tubes

Stainless Steel: Stainless steel is a popular choice due to its corrosion resistance, mechanical strength, and durability. It is available in various grades, such as 304, 316, 316L, and others, each with different levels of corrosion resistance and temperature capabilities.

Copper: Copper is known for its excellent electrical and thermal conductivity, making it suitable for applications where these properties are essential.

Brass: Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc, offering good corrosion resistance, strength, and machinability. Brass mesh tubes find applications in decorative or architectural uses, as well as in certain industrial applications.

Bronze: Bronze is an alloy of copper and tin, providing good corrosion resistance and strength.

Nickel and Nickel Alloys: Nickel and nickel-based alloys offer excellent corrosion resistance and high-temperature capabilities, making them suitable for challenging environments.

Titanium: Titanium mesh tubes are chosen for applications requiring high strength, low weight, and resistance to corrosion, especially in harsh chemical or marine environments.

Aluminum: Aluminum mesh tubes are lightweight and have good corrosion resistance, making them suitable for specific applications where weight is a concern.

Inconel: Inconel alloys are high-temperature and corrosion-resistant materials often used in demanding industrial applications.

Monel: Monel is a nickel-copper alloy with high strength and corrosion resistance, suitable for use in aggressive environments.

How is the metal mesh tube manufactured, and what are the typical production methods used?

Metal mesh tubes

Wire Drawing: The process starts with wire drawing, where metal rods or coils are drawn through a series of dies to reduce their diameter to the desired size. This step helps achieve uniform wire thickness and improves the material’s tensile strength.

Weaving or Welding: Depending on the chosen weaving pattern, the wires are woven or welded together to create the mesh. Common weaving patterns include plain weave, twill weave, and dutch weave. In plain weave, the wires are woven over and under each other in a simple criss-cross pattern. Twill weave involves staggered wires, creating diagonal lines in the mesh. Dutch weave uses different wire diameters for the warp and weft, resulting in finer filtration.

Can metal mesh tubes be customized for specific applications?

1.10p1 Custom metal mesh tubes

Metal mesh tubes can be tailored to meet specific application needs, offering versatility and efficiency across various industries. Customization options include size, mesh size, wire diameter, and weaving pattern, allowing precise filtration and separation requirements. The choice of materials, such as stainless steel, copper, or nickel alloys, ensures compatibility with diverse environments and enhances corrosion resistance or temperature capabilities.

Additionally, customized end connections and fittings facilitate seamless integration into existing systems. Specialized coatings or reinforcements can be applied to address specific challenges, providing improved structural integrity or chemical resistance. Custom metal mesh tubes find use in diverse applications

Size of metal mesh tube

Mesh Size

60 mesh, 100 mesh, 150 mesh, 300 mesh …, customized


4 mm, 8 mm, 15 mm, 30 mm …, customized


300 mm, 800 mm, 1500 mm, 3000 mm …, customized


0.8 mm, 1.5 mm, 2.5 mm, 4 mm …, customized

Hole Shape

Round, Square …, customized

Are there any surface treatments available to enhance the performance of the tube?

Metal Mesh Tube

Electroplating: Electroplating involves depositing a thin layer of metal (e.g., zinc, nickel, chromium) onto the surface of the metal mesh tube. This treatment can improve corrosion resistance, hardness, and appearance.

Anodizing: Anodizing is often applied to aluminum mesh tubes. It forms a protective oxide layer on the surface, enhancing corrosion resistance and providing a more durable finish.

Passivation: Passivation is a chemical treatment that removes surface impurities from stainless steel mesh tubes, improving corrosion resistance by promoting the formation of a passive oxide layer.

Epoxy Coating: Epoxy coatings offer improved chemical resistance and adhesion properties, making them useful in harsh environments or applications requiring excellent bonding.

What are the available options for end connections and fittings for the metal mesh tube?

End connections of metal mesh tube

Metal mesh tubes offer various end connections and fittings to suit diverse applications. Flanges enable easy bolt-on or clamp connections, while threaded ends provide compatibility with threaded fittings. Quick-connect couplings, compression fittings, and welded ends offer secure seals for pressurized systems. NPT ends are standard pipe thread connections, and tri-clamp or sanitary fittings ensure hygiene in food and pharmaceutical industries. Cam and groove fittings facilitate quick-disconnect applications. Barbed ends securely attach the tube to hoses or tubing.

Stainless steel mesh tube cleaning procedure

Metal mesh tubes

Cleaning stainless steel mesh tubes is crucial to maintain their performance and extend their lifespan.

Start by disconnecting the tube from the system and wearing appropriate PPE.

Rinse the tube with clean water to remove loose debris.

Prepare a mild cleaning solution with warm water and a mild detergent or soap.

Soak the mesh tube for 15-30 minutes and scrub gently with a soft brush if needed, avoiding abrasive tools.

 Rinse thoroughly to remove any remaining cleaning solution and debris.

Regular cleaning and maintenance will ensure the stainless steel mesh tube performs optimally and remains suitable for various applications.

What are the typical maintenance requirements for the metal wire mesh tube?

Metal mesh tubes

Inspection: Periodically inspect the mesh tube for signs of wear, damage, or clogging. Check for loose wires, bent mesh, or any deformities that could affect its performance.

Replacement: Replace the mesh tube if significant damage or wear is observed, as compromised mesh can lead to reduced filtration efficiency or system failure.

Corrosion Prevention: For metal wire mesh tubes used in corrosive environments, consider using corrosion-resistant materials or applying appropriate coatings to protect against degradation.

Avoid Harsh Chemicals: Avoid using harsh chemicals or cleaning agents that could damage the metal or mesh structure. Stick to mild detergents or soaps for cleaning.

Storage: Store spare mesh tubes properly to prevent damage or contamination during storage. Protect them from moisture, dust, and other environmental factors.

What are the pressure drop characteristics of metal mesh tubes?

Metal mesh tubes

The pressure drop characteristics of metal mesh tubes depend on several factors, including mesh size, wire diameter, tube dimensions, flow rate, and fluid properties. Finer mesh tubes with smaller openings tend to have higher pressure drops due to increased resistance to fluid flow. Thicker wires and longer, narrower tubes can also contribute to higher pressure drops. Higher flow rates and fluid properties such as viscosity and density can further impact the pressure drop.


Most frequent questions and answers

Yes, a metal mesh tube can be used for filtration of liquids in the food and beverage industry.


Metal mesh tubes are commonly used for filtration in industries where high temperatures and harsh chemicals are present, making them suitable for food and beverage applications as they can withstand high temperatures and are resistant to corrosion.


Additionally, metal mesh tubes are easily cleanable and reusable, making them a cost-effective filtration option for food and beverage manufacturers. However, it is important to ensure that the metal mesh used is made from food-grade materials that meet industry regulations and standards to ensure the safety of the final product.

A metal mesh tube and a wire mesh tube are both made of metal wires woven or welded together to form a cylindrical shape.


However, the main difference between the two is the size of the wires used. Metal mesh tubes are typically made of thicker wires, resulting in larger openings between the wires. This makes them suitable for applications that require higher flow rates and greater strength, such as filtration or structural support.


On the other hand, wire mesh tubes use much finer wires, resulting in smaller openings between the wires. This makes them suitable for applications that require greater precision, such as particle analysis or fine mesh straining.


Overall, the choice between a metal mesh tube and a wire mesh tube will depend on the specific application requirements.

Choosing the right metal mesh tube for your industrial application depends on several factors.


* First, consider the type of material you need, such as stainless steel, brass, or copper.


* Next, think about the mesh size and wire diameter required for your specific application, as this will affect the flow rate and filtration capabilities.


* Additionally, consider the environment in which the tube will be used, such as the temperature and chemical exposure, as this may affect the material and coating options.


* It is also important to consider the desired end result and any regulatory requirements.


Consulting with a knowledgeable supplier or engineer can help ensure that you select the right metal mesh tube for your needs.

To clean and maintain a metal mesh tube for optimal performance in industrial use, a few steps can be followed:


  1. Regular cleaning: The mesh tube should be cleaned regularly to prevent clogging and blockages. A high-pressure water jet or compressed air can be used to remove any debris or particles that have accumulated on the mesh.


  1. Inspection: The tube should be inspected regularly for signs of damage or wear and tear. Any damaged sections of the mesh should be repaired or replaced to ensure optimal performance.


  1. Lubrication: Lubrication of the mesh tube can help to reduce friction and wear. A light layer of oil or grease can be applied to the mesh to ensure smooth operation.


  1. Protection: The mesh tube should be protected from exposure to corrosive or abrasive materials. This can be achieved by using protective coatings or covers.


By following these steps, the metal mesh tube can be cleaned and maintained for optimal performance in industrial use.

It depends on the specific requirements of the high-pressure application. Metal mesh tubes can be used for high-pressure applications, but they have certain limitations. The thickness of the wire and the weave density of the mesh can affect the pressure rating of the tube.


In addition, the material used to make the mesh tube can impact its ability to handle high pressures. For example, stainless steel mesh tubes are more suitable for high-pressure applications than aluminum mesh tubes.


Therefore, it is essential to consider the specific requirements of the high-pressure application and choose a metal mesh tube that can handle the required pressure safely and efficiently.

Metal mesh tubes can be manufactured using a variety of materials, depending on the intended application and desired properties. Some of the most commonly used materials include stainless steel, aluminum, titanium, brass, and copper.


Stainless steel is often the preferred material for metal mesh tubes due to its excellent corrosion resistance, high strength, and durability.


Aluminum is another popular material for metal mesh tubes due to its lightweight, corrosion resistance, and excellent thermal conductivity.


Titanium is a strong and lightweight material that is highly resistant to corrosion.


Brass and copper are also commonly used materials for metal mesh tubes due to their excellent electrical conductivity and corrosion resistance.


Other materials that can be used to manufacture metal mesh tubes include nickel, monel, and hastelloy, which are often used in high-temperature and corrosive environments.

Yes, a metal mesh tube can be used for shielding electromagnetic interference (EMI). The mesh acts as a barrier to electromagnetic waves, reducing their impact on nearby electronics. The tube shape allows for easy installation around wires or cables that are susceptible to EMI.


The effectiveness of the mesh tube depends on the mesh size and material. A smaller mesh size provides better shielding, but also increases resistance and can affect signal transmission. Copper and aluminum are commonly used materials for EMI shielding due to their high conductivity and low resistance.


Overall, a metal mesh tube can be an effective solution for reducing EMI in electronic systems, but careful consideration of the mesh size and material is necessary to balance shielding effectiveness and signal transmission.

The maximum temperature and pressure a metal mesh tube can withstand depends on several factors, including the type of metal used, the diameter and thickness of the mesh, and the intended application.


Generally, metal mesh tubes made from high-temperature alloys such as stainless steel can withstand temperatures up to 1200°C and pressures up to 1000 psi. 


However, if the mesh tube is exposed to extreme thermal or mechanical stress, it may experience deformation, corrosion, or failure. To ensure the durability and safety of metal mesh tubes, it is essential to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations, conduct regular inspections, and replace any damaged or worn-out components promptly.

Yes, wire mesh filters can be custom-made to specific dimensions and specifications.


Wire mesh filters are made from woven or welded wire mesh, which can be cut and shaped to fit specific applications. Customization options include the size and shape of the filter, as well as the wire diameter and mesh opening size.


Additionally, the material of the wire mesh can be chosen based on the application requirements, such as stainless steel for high temperature and corrosive environments or brass for decorative applications. Custom-made wire mesh filters can be used in various industries, including automotive, aerospace, food and beverage, and pharmaceuticals.

The open area of a wire mesh filter refers to the percentage of the filter’s surface area that is not covered by wire. The open area plays a significant role in the filter’s performance in filtration and separation applications.


A higher percentage of open area allows for greater flow rates and increased efficiency of particulate removal. However, a lower open area can provide finer filtration and separation.


Additionally, the open area can impact the filter’s pressure drop, which is the resistance to flow caused by the filter. Therefore, selecting the appropriate open area for the intended application is critical for achieving optimal filtration and separation performance.

A plain weave metal mesh tube is made by weaving wires over and under each other in a simple criss-cross pattern, resulting in a tight and uniform mesh. On the other hand, a twill weave metal mesh tube is made by weaving wires in a diagonal pattern, resulting in a more flexible and durable mesh.


In terms of filtration, both weaves have their advantages and disadvantages. A plain weave mesh tube is better for fine filtration because it has a tighter mesh that can capture smaller particles. However, it may not be as flexible or durable as a twill weave mesh tube. A twill weave mesh tube is better for applications that require a more flexible and resilient mesh, such as in high-pressure filtration systems.


Ultimately, the choice between a plain weave and a twill weave metal mesh tube will depend on the specific filtration needs of the application. Factors such as particle size, pressure, and durability requirements will need to be considered when selecting the appropriate weave for the job.

The wire diameter and mesh count are two important factors that affect the performance of a wire mesh filter. The wire diameter refers to the thickness of the wire used in the mesh, while the mesh count refers to the number of wires per inch in the mesh.


A smaller wire diameter can increase the filtration area and the flow rate of the filter. However, if the wire is too thin, it can break or deform easily, reducing the filter’s durability. A larger wire diameter can improve the filter’s durability but can reduce its filtration area and flow rate.


The mesh count plays a crucial role in determining the filter’s filtration efficiency. A higher mesh count means more wires per inch and a smaller opening size, resulting in better filtration efficiency. However, a higher mesh count can decrease the flow rate of the filter. On the other hand, a lower mesh count means fewer wires per inch and a larger opening size, resulting in a higher flow rate but lower filtration efficiency.

To prevent clogging of a wire mesh filter, several steps can be taken:


  1. Properly size the filter: Select a filter with the appropriate mesh size to ensure it can effectively capture the desired particles without becoming clogged too quickly.


  1. Pre-filter the fluid: Use a pre-filter to remove larger particles before they reach the wire mesh filter. This will reduce the load on the wire mesh filter and extend its lifespan.


  1. Clean the filter regularly: Regular cleaning of the wire mesh filter will prevent particles from building up and clogging the filter. This can be done manually or with an automated cleaning system.


  1. Use a backwash system: A backwash system can be used to reverse the flow of the fluid and remove any particles that have become trapped in the wire mesh filter.


  1. Consider alternative filter materials: If clogging is a persistent issue, consider using a filter made from a different material, such as ceramic or sintered metal, which may be more resistant to clogging.

A metal mesh tube can be used in corrosive environments depending on the material used to make it.


Some materials that are suitable for such applications include stainless steel, titanium, and nickel alloys. Stainless steel is a popular choice due to its high resistance to corrosion, even in harsh environments such as marine or chemical processing industries. Titanium is also highly resistant to corrosion and has a high strength-to-weight ratio.


Nickel alloys, such as Inconel, are known for their high resistance to both corrosion and heat, making them suitable for extreme environments. When selecting a metal mesh tube for use in corrosive environments, it is important to consider the specific type of corrosion and select a material that can withstand it.

It depends on the manufacturer or supplier. DEZE as the manufacturer and supplier can offer customization options for metal mesh tubes, such as different sizes, shapes, materials, and mesh patterns. We also offer custom coatings, finishes, and other specifications based on the customer’s requirements.  Contact us

A metal mesh tube and a perforated filter tube  are two different types of filtration devices used in various industries. A metal mesh tube is made of interwoven wires that form a mesh pattern, creating a barrier for particles that are larger than the size of the mesh holes. On the other hand, a perforated filter tube is a tube with small holes or perforations evenly spaced throughout its length, allowing fluid to pass through while trapping larger particles.


The main difference between the two is the type of filtration they provide. A metal mesh tube is better suited for filtering larger particles, while a perforated filter tube is more effective in filtering smaller particles. Additionally, a metal mesh tube is more durable and resistant to damage, while a perforated filter tube is easier to clean and maintain. Ultimately, the choice between the two depends on the specific application and the size of particles that need to be filtered.

Both metal mesh tubes and perforated filter tubes are effective at filtering out impurities, but their effectiveness depends on the specific application and the characteristics of the impurities being filtered.


Metal mesh tubes are made from interwoven metal wires and have a high surface area, which allows for efficient filtration. They are often used for applications such as oil and gas filtration, water treatment, and air purification.


Perforated filter tubes, on the other hand, are made from a solid piece of metal with evenly spaced perforations. They are often used for applications that require high strength and durability, such as industrial filtration for heavy machinery.

Perforated filter tubes are a better choice than metal mesh tubes when the filtration requirements demand a higher level of precision and accuracy. For instance, in applications where the filtration process involves fluids with smaller particles or impurities that can easily pass through a metal mesh, perforated filter tubes can provide a more refined filtration process.


Additionally, perforated filter tubes are designed to handle higher pressures and temperatures hence, making them ideal for applications that require more robust filtration systems.


Another key advantage of perforated filter tubes is that they offer greater flexibility in terms of customization. Manufacturers can produce perforated filter tubes with specific hole sizes and patterns to cater to the unique filtration requirements of different applications.


Overall, perforated filter tubes are a more versatile and effective option for applications that require high precision and customization.

The costs of wire mesh filter tubes and perforated filter tubes can vary depending on the specific material, size, and quantity.


In general, perforated filter tubes tend to be less expensive than wire mesh filter tubes due to the simpler manufacturing process. Perforated filter tubes are made by punching holes in a sheet of material, while wire mesh filter tubes require weaving wire strands together.


However, the cost difference may not be significant, and other factors such as the level of filtration required and the durability of the material may also affect the overall cost.


Ultimately, it is important to consider the specific needs of the application when comparing the costs of different filter tube options.

Yes, there are environmental considerations when choosing between metal mesh tubes and perforated filter tubes. Metal mesh tubes are typically made of stainless steel, which is a durable and long-lasting material that can be recycled.


However, the production process of stainless steel can have negative environmental impacts. Perforated filter tubes, on the other hand, can be made from a variety of materials, including plastic or recycled metal, which can have varying levels of environmental impact depending on the material and production process used.

The following factors should be considered when selecting the appropriate size and shape of a metal mesh tube or perforated filter tube:


  1. Flow rate requirements
  2. Particle size and shape of the material being filtered
  3. Chemical compatibility with the material being filtered
  4. Operating pressure and temperature
  5. Desired level of filtration
  6. Length and diameter of the tube required for the application
  7. Type and shape of the mesh weave or perforation pattern
  8. Material and thickness of the wire used in the mesh or perforations
  9. Corrosion resistance requirements
  10. Maintenance and cleaning requirements.

A metal mesh tube is made by weaving metal wires together to create a mesh-like structure. It is typically used for filtration or separation purposes.


A wedge wire filter tube  is made by welding triangular-shaped wires together to form a V-shaped profile. This profile creates a larger opening on the outside of the tube and smaller openings on the inside. This design allows for more precise filtration and better flow rates. Overall, the main difference between the two is the way they are constructed and their ability to filter with precision.

A wedge wire filter tube is better for filtering high-temperature liquids than a metal mesh tube. This is because a wedge wire filter tube is made of stainless steel wire that is welded to form a precise V-shaped profile, which provides a larger filtration area and higher strength than a metal mesh tube.


Additionally, the wedge wire filter tube can withstand high temperatures and pressures without deformation or damage, making it suitable for use in harsh industrial applications where metal mesh tubes may fail.

Both metal mesh tubes and wedge wire filter tubes can be used for filtering gas, but the choice between the two depends on the specific requirements of the application.


Metal mesh tubes are typically made from woven wire mesh and are suitable for high flow rates and low-pressure applications.


Wedge wire filter tubes, on the other hand, are more durable and can handle higher pressures and temperatures. They also provide better filtration efficiency and are therefore better suited for applications that require fine filtration.


Ultimately, the choice between the two depends on the specific needs of the application.

A wedge wire filter tube typically has a higher filtration efficiency than a metal mesh tube. This is because the wedge wire filter has a more precise and uniform opening size, which allows for better particle retention and separation.


Additionally, the shape and design of the wedge wire filter allows for a larger open area ratio, which allows for higher flow rates while maintaining filtration efficiency.


Metal mesh tubes, on the other hand, may have irregular openings and a lower open area ratio, which can result in lower filtration efficiency.

It depends on the size and type of impurities being filtered.


A metal mesh tube may be more effective in filtering larger particles, such as debris or sediment, while a solenoid valve filter tube may be more effective in filtering smaller particles, such as bacteria or viruses.


Additionally, a solenoid valve filter tube  may also have the added benefit of being able to remove dissolved impurities, such as minerals or chemicals, through ion exchange or activated carbon filters.


Ultimately, the most effective filtering solution will depend on the specific application and the types of impurities present.

It depends on the specific requirements of the filtration system.


Solenoid valves typically have a filter tube to prevent debris from entering the valve and causing blockages or damage. If the metal mesh tube can effectively filter out the required particles without causing any issues with the valve’s operation, then it could potentially be used as a replacement.


However, it is important to consult with a professional or the manufacturer of the filtration system to ensure that the replacement tube will not cause any problems or safety hazards.

Stainless steel mesh tubes differ from other types of tubes due to their woven or welded mesh structure made from high-quality stainless steel. This design allows for fine particle filtration and separation, making them ideal for applications where solid tubes cannot perform such functions. Stainless steel mesh tubes offer excellent corrosion resistance, durability, and mechanical strength, making them suitable for demanding environments.

Their versatility allows customization of mesh sizes, wire diameters, and dimensions to meet specific requirements. Stainless steel mesh tubes find applications in diverse industries such as chemical processing, oil and gas, water filtration, and pharmaceuticals, where their unique properties offer significant advantages over solid tubes made from other materials.

Filtration and Separation: Metal mesh tubes are widely used for liquid and gas filtration and separation processes in industries such as oil and gas, petrochemicals, water treatment, and pharmaceuticals.

Support Structures: They are used as support structures in catalyst beds and other chemical processes to hold catalysts or particulate materials.

Food and Beverage Processing: In the food and beverage industry, metal mesh tubes are utilized for filtration in brewing, distillation, and food processing applications.

Automotive: In automotive applications, they are used for air intake filters, exhaust gas filtration, and fluid filtration in engines and other components.

Aerospace: Metal mesh tubes are employed in aerospace applications for air and fluid filtration in aircraft engines and hydraulic systems.

Electronics: They find use in electronic equipment for electromagnetic shielding and EMI (Electromagnetic Interference) protection.

Industrial Ventilation: Metal mesh tubes are used as air intake filters in industrial ventilation systems to prevent dust and debris from entering.

Mining and Quarrying: In mining and quarrying, metal mesh tubes are used for particle separation and dewatering processes.

Architecture and Design: They are employed in architectural applications for decorative elements, security panels, and sunshades.

The mesh size of a wire mesh tube directly influences its filtration capabilities. Finer mesh sizes with more openings per inch effectively capture and retain smaller particles, providing higher filtration precision. They are suitable for applications requiring fine particle removal. However, finer mesh tubes may have higher pressure drops and lower flow rates due to increased resistance. Coarser mesh sizes with fewer openings per inch offer higher flow rates but provide less precise filtration. Selecting the appropriate mesh size depends on the specific application’s filtration requirements, particle size to be removed, flow rates, and fluid characteristics.

Temperature Limits:

Fine mesh tubes made from stainless steel or other high-temperature resistant materials can typically handle temperatures ranging from -100°C to +500°C (-148°F to +932°F).

However, the temperature limit may vary based on the material grade and the presence of any coatings or surface treatments.

Pressure Limits:

The pressure limits for fine mesh tubes depend on the material’s tensile strength and structural integrity.

Stainless steel fine mesh tubes can handle pressures ranging from a few bar (psi) up to several hundred bar (psi) in standard applications.

Specialized or reinforced designs may be available for high-pressure applications.

Perforated stainless steel mesh tubes can be reusable, but it depends on the specific application and the extent of wear or damage they experience during use. Generally, perforated stainless steel mesh tubes are more durable and have a longer lifespan compared to non-metallic filters. They are resistant to corrosion, temperature variations, and mechanical stress, making them suitable for use in demanding and harsh environments.

Corrosion Resistance: Stainless steel is highly resistant to corrosion, making mesh pipes suitable for use in harsh and corrosive environments, such as marine, chemical processing, and industrial settings.

High Strength and Durability: Stainless steel mesh pipes are strong and durable, providing structural integrity and withstanding mechanical stress and pressure variations.

Filtration Efficiency: The porous mesh structure allows for effective filtration and separation of particles and contaminants, making them ideal for various liquid and gas filtration applications.

Temperature Resistance: Stainless steel mesh pipes can withstand a wide range of temperatures, making them suitable for applications involving high-temperature fluids or processes.

Versatility: Stainless steel mesh pipes can be customized with various mesh sizes, wire diameters, and dimensions to suit specific filtration requirements in different industries.

Reusability: With proper maintenance and cleaning, stainless steel mesh pipes can be reusable, offering cost-effectiveness over their lifespan.

Hygienic and Easy to Clean: Stainless steel’s smooth surface and non-porous nature make the mesh pipes easy to clean and maintain, making them suitable for food and pharmaceutical applications.

Resistance to Chemicals: Stainless steel resists chemical reactions, ensuring compatibility with a wide range of fluids and chemicals.

Low Magnetic Permeability: Some stainless steel grades offer low magnetic permeability, making them suitable for applications in sensitive electronic or medical equipment.

304 Stainless Steel: This is a popular and widely used stainless steel grade with good general corrosion resistance. It is suitable for most non-severe environments and applications.

316 Stainless Steel: This grade contains molybdenum, which enhances its corrosion resistance, particularly in chloride-containing environments. It is more resistant to pitting and crevice corrosion than 304 stainless steel.

316L Stainless Steel: Similar to 316 stainless steel but with lower carbon content, 316L offers improved weldability and even better corrosion resistance in certain environments.

Porous stainless steel wire mesh tubes offer a high level of resistance to chemical exposure, especially when compared to other materials like non-metallic filters. Stainless steel is inherently corrosion-resistant due to its chromium content, which forms a protective oxide layer on the surface, known as the passive layer. This passive layer acts as a barrier, shielding the underlying metal from chemical attack and preventing rust and corrosion.

To ensure the quality and safety of stainless steel mesh cylinder pipes, they should meet industry standards like ASTM, ASME, ISO, EN, NACE, FDA, and API. ASTM A511 and ASTM A554 define standards for seamless and welded stainless steel mechanical tubing, respectively. ASME B31.1 and B31.3 are applicable for pressure and process piping.

ISO 1127 sets dimensions and tolerances for stainless steel tubes, while EN 10216-5 and EN 10217-7 are European standards for pressure purposes and welded tubes. NACE MR0175 / MR0103 ensures stainless steel compatibility in sour service environments. FDA compliance is essential for food and pharmaceutical applications, while API standards apply to the oil and gas industry.

Orientation: Ensure that the steel mesh tube is installed in the correct orientation as per the filtration system’s design. Installing it in the wrong direction can lead to improper filtration and reduced effectiveness.

Support and Fixation: Provide adequate support and fixation for the steel mesh tube within the filtration system to prevent sagging or movement during operation, which could compromise filtration efficiency.

Sealing: Properly seal the connections between the steel mesh tube and other system components to avoid bypassing of unfiltered fluid and ensure all flow passes through the tube for filtration.

Material Compatibility: Confirm that the stainless steel used in the mesh tube is compatible with the fluid and operating conditions of the filtration system.

Pressure and Temperature: Take into account the operating pressure and temperature of the filtration system to ensure that the steel mesh tube can withstand the applied conditions.

Yes, wire mesh filter tubes can be combined or stacked in various ways to achieve specific filtration requirements. This method of using multiple filter tubes together is commonly referred to as “multi-layer filtration” or “filter element assembly.” Combining wire mesh filter tubes allows for enhanced filtration performance, increased surface area, and finer particle retention.

The porosity of a stainless mesh tube has a direct and significant impact on its filtration efficiency and particle retention capabilities. Porosity refers to the ratio of the open area (open space or holes) to the total area of the mesh. Here’s how porosity affects filtration:

Filtration Efficiency: Higher porosity in a stainless mesh tube means more open space and larger flow paths for fluid to pass through. As a result, the filtration efficiency decreases since some particles may pass through the larger openings without being captured.

Particle Retention: A higher porosity mesh tube may have larger openings, allowing larger particles to pass through the mesh. On the other hand, lower porosity with smaller openings enhances particle retention capabilities, as it effectively traps and retains finer particles.

Flow Rate: Higher porosity mesh tubes allow for greater flow rates due to reduced resistance to fluid flow. Conversely, lower porosity mesh tubes may have lower flow rates but offer more precise filtration.

Clogging: Higher porosity mesh tubes are more prone to clogging, as larger particles may accumulate in the open spaces, leading to reduced filtration efficiency over time.

Stainless steel filter tubes generally exhibit good resistance to abrasion and wear, especially when compared to non-metallic filters. The high tensile strength and hardness of stainless steel make it more durable and less susceptible to wear in high-velocity flow conditions. However, the resistance to abrasion can vary depending on factors such as the specific grade of stainless steel, the surface finish, and the severity of the flow conditions.

Circular/Cylindrical Shape: Stainless steel mesh tubes with a circular or cylindrical cross-section offer uniform flow characteristics. The circular shape ensures a consistent flow profile, with the fluid passing through the mesh evenly distributed across the entire circumference. This shape is well-suited for applications where laminar flow is desired, and where pressure drop and flow resistance need to be minimized.

Rectangular Shape: Some stainless steel mesh tubes may have a rectangular or square cross-sectional shape. The rectangular shape can impact flow characteristics, especially in terms of flow distribution and pressure drop. In certain applications, the rectangular shape may provide advantages in terms of maximizing the available filtration area within a given space.

Recyclability: Stainless steel is a highly recyclable material, and stainless steel wire mesh tubes can be easily recycled at the end of their life cycle. Recycling stainless steel helps conserve natural resources, reduce energy consumption, and minimize waste sent to landfills. Stainless steel recycling has a high economic value, making it an attractive material for recycling facilities.

Sustainable Material: Stainless steel is made from a combination of iron, chromium, and other elements. It is known for its durability and long lifespan, which reduces the need for frequent replacements and contributes to sustainable resource management.

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