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    Conversion Factors Using Conversion Factors to Suit Your Application

    Corrosion Resistance of Common Metals

    Chemical Brass Copper Inconel Monel Nickel Nichrome Stainless Steel Steel Alcohol Alkalis Ammonia Ammonia Salts Brine Cyanide Hydrochloric Hydrofluoric Nitric Sulfuric

    Ratings: E = Excellent | G = Good | F = Fair | X = Not Recommended

    E F X X G X F X X F

    E X X X G X X F X F

    E E E E E G F G G F

    F E G F E X G E X G

    G E F F F F F F X F

    G G E E G E E F E E

    G E G F X E X X E X

    G E G F G G X X X X

    Density of Common Metals

    Metal Density Steel (including stainless) Copper High Brass (70/30) Brass (80/20) Commercial Bronze (90/10) Phosphor Alloy 400 Nickel Aluminum (50/56)

    0.283 0.322 0.308 0.313 0.318 0.318 0.318 0.319 0.096

    Standard Weights on Stainless Steel Wire Cloth.

    Metal Factors High Brass (70/30) Commercial Bronze (90/10) Phosphor Bronze Plain Steel Pure Nickel Aluminum

    107.67 111.16 112.00

    99.03 111.75

    33.84

    Stainless Steel The weight in pounds of any size wire per linear foot should be determined by the following formula: Weight per linear foot = D2 x 12 x 0.7854 x 0.2830 (D) Diameter in inches; (12) Length in inches; (0.7854) Conversion factor of the area of circles; (0.2830) Density of steel in pounds per cubic inch

    Alloy or Nonferrous Wire The weight in pounds should be determined by the above formula, substituting the densities as indicated below:

    Width Of Opening The width of opening of industrial wire cloth should be determined by the following formula: Width of opening = (1-DM/M) (D) Wire diameter (M) Mesh

    Open Area The percentage of open area of industrial wire cloth, except space cloth (indicated below), should be determined by the following formula: Percentage of open area = (OM)2 x 100 (O) Size of opening (M) Mesh

    Open Area; Space Cloth The percentage of open area for space cloth should be determined by the following formula: Percentage of open area = [O/ (O + D)]2 x 100 (O) Size of opening (D) Diameter

    Special Alloys Standard weights of wire cloth in any of the following metals will be found to be percentages, as noted, of the standard weights on Stainless Steel wire cloth.

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    Decimal Diameters Comparative Decimal Diameters for Wire Cloth

    Industrial Wire Cloth Standards

    Standard Wire Sizes Nearest Equivalent* Steel Gauge**

    0.307”

    0.283” 0.263”

    0.250”

    0.225” 0.207” 0.192” 0.177” 0.162”

    0.148” 0.135”

    0.120”

    0.105” 0.092”

    0.080” 0.072” 0.063”

    0.054”

    0.047” 0.041” 0.035”

    0.032”

    0.028”

    0.025” 0.023”

    0.3065” 0.2830”

    0.2625”

    0.2437” 0.2253”

    0.2070” 0.1920” 0.1770” 0.1620” 0.1483”

    0.1350” 0.1205”

    0.1055”

    0.0915” 0.0800” 0.0720”

    0.0625” 0.0540” 0.0475”

    0.0410”

    0.0348”

    0.0317” 0.0286”

    0.0258”

    0.0230”

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    Standard Wire Sizes Nearest Equivalent* Steel Gauge**

    0.020”

    0.018”

    0.017”

    0.016” 0.015” 0.014” 0.0135”

    0.013”

    0.012”

    0.011”

    0.010” 0.0095” 0.009” 0.0085” 0.0080” 0.0075” 0.007”

    0.0065”

    0.006”

    0.0055”

    0.005”

    0.0045”

    0.004” 0.0035” 0.003”

    0.0204”

    0.0181”

    0.0173”

    0.0162”

    0.0150” 0.0140”

    0.0132”

    0.0128”

    0.0118”

    0.0104”

    0.0095“ 0.0090” 0.0085“ 0.0080” 0.0075“ 0.0070” 0.0066“

    0.0062” 0.0060“ 0.0058” 0.0055“ 0.0052” 0.0050“ 0.0048” 0.0046“

    0.0044”

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    * Nearest Equivalent Steel Gauge (W & M Sizes) (inches) ** Steel Gauge (W & M Sizes)

    Conversion Factors 1 micron = 0.0000394” 25.4 mm = 1”