Woven Media and Post Weaving Processes |

Production Processes

Haver Wovon Wire Cloth is produced with weaving machines designed and manufactured by ourselves. Controlled production processes up to clean-room conditions and continuous process control not only guarantees high product quality, but also allows us to develop special weave types to meet specific customer requirements. High production capacities in connection with a large product range held in stock, gives us the assurance of supply to our customers.


For rolled, coiled or single parts, various cleaning processes are available: degreasing and aqueous cleaning combined with ultrasonic cleaning as required.

Annealing / sintering

Heat pre-treatment for facilitating further processing: for example soft annealing for 3D forming of parts, or sintering for fixing wire intersections. 

Straighten and stretching

To straighten the woven wire cloth and make it lie flat.


The cloth is rolled to a specified thickness, simultaneously producing a smooth surface. For fine mesh, this can also influence the filtration criteria of the cloth.

Cutting processes (pieces, strips and coils)

Single-piece or multi-part production takes place using various cutting processes: rotary or stationary blades, splitting systems, water-jet cutting, plasma cutting or laser cutting.

Pressing / deep drawing

The manufacture of two and three dimensional products: fully automated for large production runs or as single part production for perforated, embossed or formed components.


Plasma, TIG, MIG, MAG and resistance welding - with high precision seam and spot welding.


Sealing and protection of welded joints, borders and seams of compo- nents. Depending on the application, using high-temperature food-grade adhesives.

Plastic injection moulding

Automatic or manual feeding, also for full integration of stamping and quality checking processes. Selection of plastic is as per customer requirements.


Manual or fully automatic, loose or single packing. Reusable or disposable packa- ging: solutions for all automation and process requirements.

More Production Possibilities

  • Electric discharge machining
Joining technology (welding/soldering/bonding)
  • Pressing/deep drawing

  • Cylinder fabrication (automatic/manual)

  • Bordering
  • Marking