Standard Welded Construction

Johnson Screens standard welded construction uses resistance-welding in a continuous rolled motion to join the wire and rods. The resistance welds the continuous length of wire to the rods as it circulates.


Screens can be made in various different formations, including cylindrical, flat, or curved.

Any variation of wire and rod sizes as well as slot opening can be chosen to develop the exact screen of your choice. Screens are available in slot opening from 0.001 in. (25 Ám) up to 1 in. (25 mm). Most common materials used are 300 series stainless steel, but many exotic alloys are available to suit specific applications.