This is a special kind of weaving in which the weft wires, which are normally of a smaller diameter than the warp wires, are woven so that they are fully joined together. There is no opening in the mesh, only a transversal passage where the weft wires alternate. Plain dutch weave cloths are used almost exclusively for filtering, in particular when the weave must have a high level of stiffness. Plain dutch weave cloths may be supplied in rolls of various widths and lengths and in flat panels in different geometric shapes. It is possible to make them from all metal materials and alloys, that can be drawn into wire, such as for example carbon steel, stainless steels, Nickel-chromium alloys, pure metals.