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|Mesh Opening:||Oblong Wire Mesh Weave||Shaker Application:||Solids Control|
|Screen Layer:||3 Layers Wire Cloth||Screen Type:||Pinnacle Structure|
|Shaker Model:||FLC2000||Quality Standard:||Comply With API RP 13C|
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FLC2000 Pinnacle Shale Shaker Screen Oblong Mesh Three Layers Wire Cloth
Mesh is defined as the number of openings per linear inch. Mesh, can be measured by starting at the center of one wire and counting the number of openings to a point one inch away.
SIZE OF OPENING is the distance between wires in the screen cloth & is usually measured in fractions of an inch or microns.
Screens of the same mesh may have different sized openings depending on the diameter of the wire used to weave the screen cloth.
The smaller the diameter of the wire results in larger screen openings allowing larger particles to pass through the screen. The larger the diameter of the wire, the smaller the particles that will pass through the screen Remember: It is the size of the opening in a screen not the mesh count that determines the size of the particles separated by the screen.
PERCENT OF OPEN AREA: is the amount of the screen surface, which is not blocked by wire. The greater the wire diameter of a given mesh screen, the less open space between the wires. For example; a 4 mesh screen made of thin wire has a greater percent of opening than a 4 mesh screen made of thick wire.
The open area of a non-layered, square or oblong mesh can be calculated and should be available from your screen supplier.
|SCREEN MESH||OPENING SIZE (MICRONS)||
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