ISO 9001:2008 & AS9100
The Cleveland Wire
Cloth & Manufacturing Company has specialized in weaving and
fabricating industrial wire cloth since 1914. Realizing
that wire cloth is an essential commodity of almost
every American industry, we offer a complete range of
openings woven to close tolerances from any ductile
metal or alloy that can be drawn into wire. These years
of experience, expert craftsmanship, and modern
manufacturing facility, enables C.W.C. to furnish wire
screen fabricated products in all meshes and metals to
meet all woven wire applications. Petrochemical & refining
Specially built modern
looms, each operated by skilled weavers, produce
the finest industrial wire cloth available.
Whether rolls or sheets, 1" diameter rod to
extremely fine weaves, high standards and
constant close inspection result in a superior
product meeting the most exacting
include the latest metalworking equipment for
shearing, forming, blanking, extruding,
calendering, welding, soldering, and other
fabricating services. Plating and plastic
coating can be provided at your request. Here
again, rigid quality control and production
methods guarantee fabricated wire cloth products
to meet the customer's demanding needs.
Cleveland also offers a
complete Sample Service Department to take the
guesswork out of wire cloth selection. At your
request, samples of wire cloth will be sent to
confirm or establish the proper specification
for your application.
Large Inventory Stock
Remember, too, many meshes,
wire sizes, metals and alloys are available from
our stock of over 1500 wire cloth items
for immediate shipment. Urgent shipments can
made from stock the day your order is received.
"Hard to Find"
Specialty metals: Titanium/Molybdenum/Tantalum/Tungsten/Zirconium, Inconel/Incoloy®, many other high temperature
or corrosion resistant alloys are available,
including a wide selection of 304L & 316L
stainless steels, please contact us.
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Specials Page: Tinned Copper - for electronic
shielding & other items.
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