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Product-Related Related Questions

  1. What do KnitMesh Technologies make?
  2. What is knitted mesh?
  3. What is the difference between woven mesh and knitted mesh?
  4. Do KnitMesh just make pan scourers?
  5. Which materials can KnitMesh knit with?
  6. Can I get a sample of knitted mesh?
  7. What else is knitted mesh called?

Business-Related Related Questions

  1. Where is KnitMesh Technologies based?
  2. Can KnitMesh ship products outside the UK?
  3. What is KnitMesh's best lead time?
  4. How can I pay for small orders?

Product-Related Related Answers

What do KnitMesh Technologies make? arrow

KnitMesh Technologies manufactures a diverse range of products and applications from pot and pan scourers, through to catalytic converter seals and filter mesh, with many others in between.

Go to the Applications & Products page for a general overview, or follow one of the links below for more information on specific product categories:

What is knitted mesh? arrow

Traditionally, knitting is a method for making cloth from threads or yarns. For industrial and commercial applications, knitted materials (also known as mesh) utilise a much broader range of materials and involve a wide range of post-knitting processes.

For more information on how wire is knit go to the introduction to Wire Knitting page; or to see what we do with it once it is knit try the Mesh Processing and Non-Mesh Products pages.

What is the difference between woven mesh and knitted mesh? arrow

Knitted wire mesh and woven wire mesh use two very different technologies and produce materials with different structures and properties, although knitted wire mesh can often be used for products and applications in place of woven wire mesh. Visit our Knitted v Woven Wire Mesh page for more details.

Do KnitMesh just make pan scourers? arrow

KnitMesh has an increadibly diverse range of products and applications which you can browse through at your leisure using the menu bar on the left hand side of this page. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, or have a new project that you think KnitMesh can help you with, please contact our customer services team who will be happy to assist.

And yes, we do still make exceedingly good pan scourers.

Which materials can KnitMesh knit with? arrow

Almost any material that can be drawn into a wire or filament can be used to produce a knitted mesh. Round wires from 0.11mm to 0.35mm diameter are most commonly knitted, but for special applications it is possible to knit wire as small as 0.03mm or as large as 0.8mm in diameter. Visit our Knitting Different Materials page for more details.

Can I get a sample of knitted mesh? arrow

Yes. Contact the customer services team with your requirements and they will do their best to satisfy your sample needs.

What else is knitted mesh called? arrow

Once you start to give something a name, it can be difficult to think of what someone else might call it, so here’s a list of alternative names that we’ve heard it called:

Knotted mesh Knotted wire Knotted wire mesh
Chain mesh Wire net Wire netting
Silt mesh Mesh stocking Wire mesh stocking
Sock mesh Stretchy mesh Holey mesh
Mesh ribbon Chicken wire Metal bag
Knitted copper Interwoven metal Interlocked wire
Wire protector Wine bottle mesh

If you know of, or use, any other names or terms then please let us know.

Business-Related Related Answers

Where is KnitMesh Technologies based? arrow

KnitMesh Technologies® head office is near Chester in the United Kingdom (address on the left hand side of this page), and also has manufacturing facilities in South Africa and China. KnitMesh has business agents and representatives in several countries including France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United States of America, as well as an international sales force which covers major markets such as India and China. For contact information please go to our Contact Us page.

Can KnitMesh ship products outside the UK? arrow

Yes. With manufacturing centres in the United Kingdom, South Africa and China, KnitMesh is able to ship your product by land, sea or air to almost anywhere in the world.

What is KnitMesh's best lead time? arrow

The answer to this question depends on what you want, how much of it you want, and where you want it. KnitMesh prides itself on working closely with its customers to satisfy each of these criteria, whether it be for standard off-the-shelf items, samples, or bespoke engineered products.

Contact the KnitMesh customer services team to discuss your knitted wire mesh requirements.

How can I pay for small orders? arrow

KnitMesh is able to accept Visa and Mastercard credit card payments for small orders.
Please call us on + 44 (0) 1352 717 600 for full details.