Dutch or Hollander weave is a plain weave with warp wires of larger diameter than weft wires.
The weave is made up of a limited number of warp wires interwoven with the maximum number of weft wires, producing a very strong and firm cloth. Dutch weave has high level of mechanical load and flow and minimal pressure drop.
In all types of Dutch Weaves, the sum derived from multiplying the number of weft in a given measurement by their diameter, results in theory, in a specification with no open area. Because the wires are driven together during the weaving process, the aperture size cannot be calculated in the usual way.
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