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ABOUT SUPREME WIRE NETTING

Supreme Wire Netting is Committed to sharing our technical competence and expertise in wire Based Industrial Screen, Filter Wire Cloth, Constructional Mesh, Architecture Mesh, Wire Products.

Supreme Wire Netting provides our customers a Wide Range of Wire Mesh Solutions, Ranging from Traditional Woven Wire Mesh, Crimped Mesh, Welded Wire Mesh, Expanded Metal Mesh, Knitted Mesh, Perforated Plates & Vibrating Screen Mesh.

We specialize in all kinds of woven wire meshes made from a wide range of materials. These include Stainless Steel Wire Mesh, Brass Wire Mesh, Nickel Wire Mesh & Galvanized Wire Mesh for Filtering, Sieving, Sifting, Screen Printing & other Industries.

WIRE MESH COMMON SPECIFICATIONS SHOW

Linear Equivalents:

1 micron = .0000394 inches

25,400 microns = 1 inch

1,000 microns = 1 millimeter

Micron Size Comparisons:

Radius of a hydrogen atom = 0.00005 microns

Bacteria = 2 microns

Diameter of a red blood cell = 8 microns

Talcum powder = 10 microns

Diameter of a white blood cell = 25 microns

Naked-eye visibility threshold = 40 microns

Pollen = 60 microns

Diameter of a human hair, typical human = 70 microns

Table salt = 100 microns

Openings in window screen, typical screen = 1475 microns (or .058 inches)

Distance needed for first down in football, “1st and ten” = 9,144,000 microns

Distance needed for first down in football, after false start penalty = 13,716,000 microns

Distance needed for first down in football, after holding penalty = 18,288,000 microns

Highest elevation, Mt. Everest = 88,54,000,000 microns

Distance to the moon = 382,000,000,000 microns

Conversions:

1 cubic cm = .06102 cubic inches

1 cubic foot = 1,728 cubic inches

1 cubic foot = 7.48 gallons

1 cubic foot water = 62.42 lbs.

1 gallon = 3,785 cubic cm

1 gallon = 231 cubic inches

1 gallon water = 8.34 lbs.

1 gallon/min = .002228 cubic ft./sec

1 kg/sq. meter = .2048 lbs./sq. ft.