CONWED ORIENTED NETTING
We deliver strong yet lightweight netting solutions for filtration applications
03 Dec 20 by Engerati
Conwed manufactures the leading lightweight oriented netting in the world.
Conwed netting is manufactured through a single-step continuous extrusion process that yields a plastic material with integral joints. Once the netting has been created through extrusion, it can be reheated and stretched in either the machine direction (MD), cross direction (CD) or both directions in a process called orientation. Through orientation, Conwed creates high-strength lightweight square and flat netting.
This process optimizes netting by creating higher strength-to-weight ratios. Oriented netting provides consistent strength and large open areas designed for fluid flow without the issues of blinding or loading the media. It is an essential component in pleat and media support applications. Contact our team and let us collaborate on your next product innovation.
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