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Wire Screens Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of wire screen manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top wire screen manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find wire screen companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture wire screen to your companies specifications. Then contact the wire screen companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of wire mesh screen, metal woven wires, wire shelves, or customized wire screens of every type, this is the resource for you.

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We are the manufacturers of high quality custom wire screens that you can count on to stand up to the rigorous wear and tear of the everyday! Our engineers and designers will work with you in order to come up with a product that will fit your exact needs. We use our CNC based equipment to bend, straighten and cut wires into the product that you have been searching for. Visit our website today or get in touch with us via telephone or email!
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Our wire screens are some of the best in the industry! We have been in the business of providing high quality products and services for nearly a century! We were founded in 1916 and we are dedicated to using that experience in every business encounter in hopes exceeding customer expectation 100% of the time! Contact our customer service staff today to learn more about what we may be able to do for you!
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We are committed to providing the high quality wire screens that you count on to keep your business moving smoothly. Our staff has over forty years of experience that you can count on to assist you and work side by side with you from concept to completion to ensure that you are getting a product fit just for you! To learn more about what we may be able to do for you, get in touch with our customer service department today!
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We aim to please here at Madsen Wire Products and our quality solutions are engineered from advanced manufacturing processes. These unmatched products are designed with your needs in mind. These items can be manufactured from carbon, aluminum or stainless steel with wire sizes ranging from .080" to .50". If you would like to learn more information about our products or services then please give us a call today!
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From wire screens to clock springs, All-Rite Spring Company has the solution you`re looking for. And if for some reason we don`t have it, we`ll make it for you. We`re able to fabricate wire forms for just about any need you might have. Visit our website or contact us today for more information on how we can help you.
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Leading northwest custom wire products company serving customers nationwide since 1971. J & P Wire Products has wire manufacturing capabilities to serve limitless applications. From design to prototype & production, we are equipped to create fabricated wire products in nearly all stocks of metal. Plus, we are skilled at a variety of custom finishing for the highest functional & aesthetic quality.
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Since 1947, Ohio Wire Form and Spring Company has been manufacturing wire screens and strip forms as well as springs of all types. We are your one stop source for tooling, fabrication and production of your custom wire/strip forms. We are ISO 9001: 2008 certified. To ensure me meet your requirements we can handcraft a prototype prior or fabrication. Our one and only goal is Customer Satisfaction.
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Wire Screens

Wire screens are thin metal wires woven in a criss-crossed horizontal and vertical pattern to form open yet protective barriers. Also referred to as wire sieves, wire screens are often used to protect, shield and filter. Wire screen products include flour sifters, cooking strainers, wire netting, bend screens, resin traps, support grids, intake screens and extruder screens.

A diverse range of industries use wire screens including: food and beverage, chemical and petroleum, for liquid filtration systems in order to catch unwanted media and debris; automotive and aerospace, for nozzles, intake screens and oil filters; construction and architecture, for window screens, gratings and wall panels; and industrial manufacturing for strainers, filtration systems and vibrating screens. Each different type of wire screen has specified wire gauges and weaves, making them more suitable for certain applications and industries than others. For example, the wire screen gauge range can include very thin and fine screens, like window screens, or thicker and stronger screens, like fencing. Wire screens can be made from a number of different metals, including stainless steel, aluminum, copper and brass; however, plain steel is the most common material used for most applications.

Wire screens are fabricated from very thin pieces of metal wire that are formed through wire drawing, which is a process that forces wire through a die, thus decreasing the wire's diameter. After this process, the wires can be either woven or welded in order to make a screen. Weaving is a process used for screens with smaller gauges where perpendicular wires are interlaced. In waving, wire is woven onto a typically rectangular solid metal frame in an over and under pattern in order to create a mesh, which allows for some amount of space between where the interlocked wires cross but still operates in a guarding capacity. In regards to welding, the two most common methods are metal inert gas (MIG) welding and tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding. In the MIG welding process, electricity is utilized from a continuous wire feed in order to melt and join together wires. In addition, an inert gas is used to ensure that the weld is protected from any sort of contamination. TIG welding is similar, but much more complex since it utilizes a non-consumable electrode formed from tungsten, a shielding inert gas and, at times, also adds a filler material. For stronger applications, welding should be used since it increases the screen's strength. In addition, welded wire screens are easily cut to size; however, woven wire screens may easily come unraveled.