W.S. Tyler Introduces New Line of Wire Mesh

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Latest Wire Weaving Innovation Caters to Heat Treatment Industry’s High-Temperature Applications

W.S. Tyler (http://wstyler.com), a leader in the manufacture of wire weaving products, has just introduced a new line of wire mesh. This latest addition to the W.S. Tyler industrial woven wire cloth product category is specifically designed for high-temperature applications like annealing, tempering and case hardening. That means companies within the heat treatment industry will now find wire mesh materials suited to their particular needs.

More concretely, W.S. Tyler’s newest wire mesh additions cater to manufacturers of wire mesh baskets. Because these baskets are frequently used for heat treatment processes, the high-temperature alloy capabilities of W.S. Tyler’s woven wire cloth stand up to the challenge. What’s more, all of W.S. Tyler’s products are made in the USA and can be engineered in house to match specific requirements. Both end users and fabricators alike can take advantage of W.S. Tyler’s supply of woven wire cloth for the heat treatment industry.

Heat treatment with wire mesh baskets entails the use of heating or chilling, normally to extreme temperatures. These high temps are necessary to achieve a certain desired result, such as hardening or softening of a material. Among the heat treatment techniques W.S. Tyler’s new line of wire mesh is ideally designed for are:

  • Annealing – In metallurgy and materials science, this heat treatment process improves the workability of a material by increasing its ductility.
  • Case hardening – Also known as surface hardening, this heat treatment process provides a hard exterior while maintaining the softness of the metal underneath.
  • Precipitation strengthening – Also called age hardening, this heat treating technique increases the yield strength of malleable materials.
  • Tempering – This metallurgical heat treatment process improves the toughness of iron-based alloys.
  • Quenching – This materials science process rapidly cools a work piece to obtain specific material properties.

“The alloys that go into our new high-temperature wire meshes are engineered to withstand some of the most demanding environments,” explains W.S. Tyler’s spokesperson, Jared Craggs, Sales Manager. He goes on to point out, “This wire mesh is superbly suited for all segments of the heat treatment industry.”

About W.S. Tyler

W.S. Tyler, a member of the HAVER & BOECKER Group, began producing woven wire cloth in Hohenlimburg, Germany in 1887. Today, the business is one of the world’s leading wire weaving companies with a global network of branches and manufacturing facilities. A combination of tradition and innovation allows W.S. Tyler to meet and exceed the high expectations of its customers. Collectively the large number of creative partnerships with internationally renowned partners, patents, and registered designs and trademarks provide firsthand proof of the extraordinary quality of W.S. Tyler’s products.

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