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Introduction to the production standards and specifications of tin bronze wire mesh

2024-07-07 13:49:44 wiremeshxr 0
Tin bronze wire mesh is also known as tin bronze mesh, tin bronze wire woven mesh, tin bronze filter mesh, tin bronze metal mesh, tin bronze square hole screen, tin bronze wire cloth, copper wire mesh, copper wire woven mesh, copper mesh;
Tin bronze wire mesh filter accuracy models: GFW, GF1W, GF2W, GF3W;
Tin bronze wire mesh production implementation standards: GB/T5330-2003, GB/T5330-1985, GB/T18850-2002, GB/T 19628.2-2005, HB1862-1993, GB/T 10611-2003, GB/T 17492-2012, QB/T 2031-1994, QB/T 1925.3-1993, GBT13307-2012, GB/T 5330.1-2000, GB/T 5330.1-2012;
Tin bronze wire mesh material: tin bronze wire.
Tin bronze wire mesh characteristics: non-magnetic, wear-resistant, acid and alkali resistant, good ductility.
Specifications of tin bronze wire mesh: 1 mesh/inch--300 mesh/inch. There are also phosphor bronze wire mesh with coarse wire and large holes. The larger the mesh number, the smaller the mesh hole.
Wire diameter 0.03mm-3mm. Mesh size 0.07mm-4mm. Thickness 0.07mm-7mm
Tin bronze wire mesh weaving: plain weave, twill weave.
Tin bronze wire mesh uses: screening various particles, powders, porcelain clay, glass, porcelain printing, filtering liquids and gases.
Tin bronze wire mesh application:
Copper is a non-ferrous metal that is closely related to humans. It is widely used in electrical, light industry, machinery manufacturing, construction industry, national defense industry and other fields. It is second only to aluminum in the consumption of non-ferrous metal materials in my country.
Tin bronze is a nonferrous metal alloy with the smallest casting shrinkage. It is used to produce castings with complex shapes, clear contours, and low airtightness requirements. Tin bronze is very corrosion-resistant in the atmosphere, seawater, fresh water, and steam, and is widely used in steam boilers and ship parts. Phosphorus-containing tin bronze has good mechanical properties and can be used as wear-resistant parts and elastic parts for high-precision machine tools. Lead-containing tin bronze is often used as wear-resistant parts and sliding bearings. Zinc-containing tin bronze can be used as high-airtightness castings.
Tin bronze is the most widely used and used in the electrical and electronic industries, accounting for more than half of the total consumption. It is used in various cables and wires, motors and transformers, switches and printed circuit boards. In the manufacture of machinery and transportation vehicles, it is used to manufacture industrial valves and accessories, instruments, sliding bearings, molds, heat exchangers and pumps. In the chemical industry, it is widely used to manufacture vacuum devices, distillation pots, brewing pots, etc.