Wire cloth in which each weft wire passes successively over two and under the next adjacent pair of warp wires. With this weaving, larger diameter wires can be used compared to plain dutch cloths; this means that extremely compact cloths can be produced, obtaining retention of as little as 5 microns. Twilled dutch weave cloths are also used almost exclusively for filtering, in particular when the weave must have a high level of stiffness. These 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.