Seams for synthetic fabrics

Woven seam

The warp threads at each end are woven into the other end of the wire cloth, matching the weave pattern precisely and, making it endless. Manually or semi-automatically.

Non-marking woven seam

Special execution of a normal woven seam. Absolutely non-marking, produced more carefully than a classical woven seam for sensitive applications.

Two times interlocked woven seam

Seam execution for coarser wire cloth. Allows a higher tensile strength to the warp wires and gives additional security.

Three times interlocked woven seam

For coarse wire cloth. Secures the ends of the warp wires additionally and increases the tensile strength of the seam. Favoured to seam shrinking wire cloth.

Seam for mixed wire cloth

Special seam for wire cloth with synthetic warp and metal weft wires, very technical and absolutely non-marking.

Spiral seam, backwoven

A spiral is spliced on to the cloth. The spiral forms the loops of the seam. The seam is joined with a pintle pin and very strong and smooth.

Pin seam, backwoven (two times interlocked)

Most common seam for synthetic wire cloth. The warp wires are spliced back into the cloth and form the loops in the seam. The seam is joined with a synthetic pintle pin and detachable.

Anchor seam (hook pin seam)

Anchor seams are made of stainless steel hooks pressed into the weave and fitted together with a pintle pin. The seam area can be provided with a flexible glue over and under the hooks to secure this area.

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