A steel screening mesh is a type of mesh used in vibratory screeners. It is made of steel wire that is woven or welded together to form a grid or mesh pattern. The steel wire can be made of different materials and thicknesses, depending on the application.
One of the most common use cases of a steel screening mesh in vibratory screeners is in the mining and mineral processing industry. It is used to separate and classify different types of minerals, such as coal, iron ore, and gold. The steel mesh is strong enough to withstand the wear and tear of the heavy minerals, and it can be designed to have different mesh sizes to accommodate different size ranges of minerals.