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HAVER & BOECKER
Virtual mesh design
Determine mesh configuration in advance

Calculable design

Define, sample and evaluate in advance

The specific properties of a wire cloth can be precisely described and defined geometrically by the type of weave, wire diameter and mesh count. We make use of this to determine the most suitable mesh configuration for your area of application in advance using the GeoDict software. By simulating different situations, we can optimise existing wire cloth specifications and develop new ones.

Geometric pore size SPW Geometric pore size SPW Geometric pore size SPW

3D cloth model

Using the specific cloth parameters based on the type of weave, aperture width, pitch and wire diameter, we can represent the structure of single layer cloths and multi-layer cloths as a real 3D cloth model.

Simulation of an uniform flow through a filter mesh Simulation of an uniform flow through a filter mesh Simulation of an uniform flow through a filter mesh

Flow behaviour

We simulate the behaviour of your cloth or cloth laminate for you in different fluids such as air, water or fuel according to flow velocity or differential pressure.

Geometric drawing of the precision pore SPW Geometric drawing of the precision pore SPW Geometric drawing of the precision pore SPW

Geometric pore size

For the geometric pore, a characteristic value is determined that describes the diameter of a round sphere that can just pass through the filter mesh. Haver & Boecker specifies the value Xmax (= maximum pore size) as a reference value for the pore size (PG). Glass bead tests have confirmed that the mathematically determined geometric pore size is reliable.

In this way, your specific requirements for a filter cloth can be optimally designed in advance. It can be produced directly to suit your particular plant design without the need for time-consuming and cost-intensive testing beforehand.

 

Do you have any questions?
I will be happy to help you:
Andreas Brormann
Head of Business Unit
HAVER & BOECKER OHG
Drahtweberei
Woven Media and Post Weaving Processes
Ennigerloher Str. 64
59302 Oelde, Germany