Aluminum Light, malleable silvery metal that resists corrosion/oxidation and also has good electrical and thermal conductivity. Brass Brass has high strength and is ductile for severe cold working. It has mild corrosion resistance. Bronze A strong alloy that offers excellent resistance to fatigue and corrosion. Varieties include Commercial Bronze and Phosphorus Bronze. Copper A base metal that is easily formed and fatigue resistant. It has excellent electrical & thermal conductivity as well as good corrosion resistance. Black Epoxy Coated Steel Black Epoxy Coated Steel has an exterior mesh coating compound consisting of two distinct elements: an epoxy resin and a polyamine hardener. Galvanized Steel A zinc coating is applied to a steel base which helps aide in prevention of corrosion. High Carbon Steel Also known as High Carbon C1045 has a higher carbon content than Plain Steel which makes it much stronger and abrasion resistant. Monel Monel is excellent for salt water applications. It is corrosion resistant and stands up well in food and beverage processes. Plain Steel Plain Steel is a combination of two elements iron and carbon which have magnetic properties. Stainless Steel is the most commonly used grade in wire cloth across many applications. It can withstand temperatures to approximately 1500 degrees °F and higher.