Manufactured and refined

Everything from a single source.

We produce Haver screen printing mesh from selected wire qualities out of high-quality stainless steel alloys and on weaving machines that our mechanical engineering specialists develop and build themselves. Precisely defined cloth thicknesses, very high mesh accuracies and tight tolerances as well as precisely defined print layer thicknesses permit outstanding print results. After the weaving process, the mesh is carefully cleaned in a specially developed process without affecting the physical properties.

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Screen printing mesh thickness test

Exactly tested

We test HAVER metal mesh with narrowed thickness tolerances for the defined fabric thickness on an electronic measuring device. You receive the data recorded and evaluated with calibrated measuring equipment in a detailed test certificate.

Fully cleaned

Every Haver metal metal is cleaned after weaving using an environmentally friendly aqueous ultrasonic process. In this way, we guarantee the highest level of cleanliness.

  • HAVER metal gauze in the continuous cleaning process

Calendering – precisely according to your wishes

During calendering, the fabric is reduced to a fixed thickness between two steel rollers. This process stabilises the mesh and makes it more resistant to displacement. At the same time, smooth, particularly even, surfaces are created.

With calendered mesh, you achieve the exact ink application required for your application. The smoothed surface not only reduces deviations in print layer thickness from print to print and squeegee stroke to squeegee stroke, but also reduces squeegee wear.

Haver & Boecker offers two calender standards and also calender grades tailored to your individual requirements.

  • Drawing of a fabric between two calender rolls

Standard calenders

The mesh is reduced to the extent that it is 20 percent less in thickness than twice the diameter of a single wire:
D = 2 x d x 0.8.
The mesh openings are not changed; the surface becomes slightly shiny.

Maximum calendering

The mesh is reduced to a thickness that is up to 30 percent less than twice the diameter of the single wire:
D = 2 x d x 0.7.
This enables the maximum possible thickness reduction of the wire cloth without it being deformed. The mesh openings remain unchanged, the fabric takes on a foil-like character.

Cut to measure

We cut Haver screen printing mesh at different angles according to your individual requirements:  e.g. 22.5°, 30°, 45° or 90°.

  • Coated metal mesh at an extreme magnification
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Wire Weaving Division
Screen printing mesh, HMG
Ennigerloher Str. 64
59302 Oelde