Plain Dutch Weave Micronic Filter Cloth
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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 (shute) 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.

 
Data Sheet

Nominal Filter Mesh Count

Wire Diameter Inches

Absolute Particle Retention

Nominal Particle Retention

T-304 T-316 T-316L

warp / weft

warp / weft

Microns

Microns

Inches

PDS PDS PDS

80 x 400

0.0050 /0 .0030

36 - 45

36

0.001417323
PDS PDS PDS

50 x 250

0.0055 / 0.0045

56 - 63

40

0.001574803
PDS PDS PDS

40 x 200

0.0070 /0 .0055

75 - 80

56

0.002204724
PDS PDS PDS

30 x 150

0.0090 /0 .0070

95 - 110

63

0.002480315
PDS PDS PDS

24 x 110

0.0150 / 0.0100

112 - 125

80

0.003149606
PDS PDS PDS

20 x 150

0.0098 / 0.0070

170 - 190

100

0.003937008
PDS PDS PDS

12 x 95

 

240 - 260

 

 
PDS PDS PDS

14 x 88

0.0200 /0 .0130

220 - 240

150

0.005905512
PDS PDS PDS

12 x 64

0.0240 / 0.0165

280 - 300

200

0.007874016
PDS PDS PDS

8 x 85

0.0140 /0 .0126

330 - 350

250

0.009842520

To view the standard Twill Dutch Weave specification table, click here.

To view the comparison between Plain Dutch and Reverse Dutch Weaves, click here
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Last modified: January 23, 2017