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Inoxia stainless steel mesh

posted 28 Dec 2011 01:32 by John St James
I have used Inoxia for supplying stainless steel woven mesh for loco burners. Excellent service - only used once so far.



They have mesh sizes from 4 to 400 - the 400 mesh is like a stainless steel cloth, very very fine indeed. They will supply in small sizes for not very much money. The 40 mesh I use for my burners is £1.99 for a 15 cm x 15 cm piece. 30 x 30 cm is a fiver. It's all stainless

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