Plain Dutch VS Reverse Dutch Weave Comparison
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Plain Dutch Filter Weaves can accommodate high flow rates with a relatively low pressure drop. They are woven with each warp and weft wire passing over and under one wire. The weft wires are smaller in diameter than the warp wires and are driven up close together, creating a dense filtration weave.

Reverse Dutch Filter Weaves are woven a reverse of the Plain Dutch Weave wire arrangement, whereby finer warp wires are positioned tightly together and a thicker weft wire is woven in at set intervals.
The cloth is mechanically strong with a high throughput and it performs particularly well in high pressure vertical and horizontal applications where backwashing and filter cake removal are important.
Data Type

Nominal

Parallel to Length Parallel to Width

Absolute μm

Sheet of Mesh Count Warp Diameter Weft Diameter  Particle
T-316 Weave

Warp / Weft

Inches mm Inches mm

Retention

PDS PDW

24 x 110

0.015" 0.381 0.010" 0.254

112 - 125

PDS RDW 132 x 32 0.0078" 0.200 0.0157" 0.400 105
 
     Plain Dutch Weave   Reverse Dutch Weave
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Warp (roll length) Warp (roll length)
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Weft   Weft  
 Roll Width     Roll Width  
 
 
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