Welcome to KnitMesh Technologies, the acknowledged technical leader in the design, development and manufacture of innovative knitted wire mesh solutions for numerous industrial applications and environmental conditions.
Established in 1957, KnitMesh restructured its commercial activities in 2007 to separate its knitted mesh and flame arrester businesses and KnitMesh Technologies and Elmac Technologies were formed.
Offering state-of-the-art knitting and research & development capabilities, KnitMesh Technologies provides diverse knitted mesh solutions for some of the most challenging technical problems. These include general mesh products, vibration control, sound attenuation, industrial & catering cleaning equipment, sealing for harsh environments, the filtering of liquids and gases as well as EMI/RFI shielding.
Working with customers who are world-class in their chosen fields, KnitMesh Technologies supplies highly innovative products to many multi-national and global organisations across the automotive, electronics, aerospace, military, commercial, industrial consumables, telecommunications, medical, test equipment and enclosure industries.
The company has been involved in the automotive sector for over 60 years and enjoys an outstanding reputation for its range of engine breathers, manifold gaskets, exhaust, muffler and silencer components, catalytic convertor seals and mesh wraps, airbag filters, anti-vibration, heat shields and numerous braking components.
Our engineers are at their best when working closely with customers to solve their challenging technical problems. With state-of-the-art manufacturing and product facilities in the UK, as well as a manufacturing centre in India, KnitMesh is well placed to support your product development needs.
Our technical team have extensive experience of working with customers across all industrial sectors.
We’re more than just a manufacturer, we’re your long-term technology partner.
We also operate a rapid prototype and sampling service.
KnitMesh has invested heavily in state-of-the-art facilities which include testing for strength, compression, flow, thermal/ electrical conductivitity and fatigue at high temperature.