Mesh showers are made up of a stainless steel support with holes cut in it, onto which an expanded metal mesh is applied.
I.M.S. has 5 perforation models, which differ in hole diameter size and layout of the hole array. The number of holes can be customized on request.
F: Traditional Layout, Hole Ø: 2.00 mm Fig. F
I: Circular Layout, Hole Ø: 1.7 mm Fig. I
C: Circular Layout, Hole Ø: 2.00 mm Fig. C
R: Circular Layout, Hole Ø: 2.50 mm Fig. R
A: Rays Fig. A
I.M.S. has developed 2 different types of welding; the traditional method and the innovative IMS method.
The mesh is welded to its support with a retaining ring and, in some models, a central button.
The supporting body is available in version F except for 51.5 mm diameter showers which are available in version C.
Thanks to the latest generation projection welding technology and the quality of 3D Micromesh, IMS can weld meshes directly to the body of the shower without using a retaining ring.
The supporting body is available in the “I” version, specifically designed to ensure better distribution of water over a coffee pod
An alternative system to welding for blocking the mesh against the body of the shower head is caulking, where the body of the shower is folded over the mesh to lock it in place.
The supporting body is available in puncture versions: F, I, C, R.
“A” version is available on models IMSDR310 and IMSDR306
For mesh showers without lateral walls the reference measurement is the outer diameter.
The central hole can be on a flat plate or a shaped central hole.
The size of the hole on a flat plate is specified in millimetres, while in the shaped case it is the size of the standard screw, referred to as M in the figure, to be specified.
Upon request, showers can be embossed or laser marked with alphanumeric codes, writings or logos, where space permits it.