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  Example:  CB3-53-102-18

CB3  = Cordweave Style Mesh 3 rods to remove a spiral.
53     = 53 spirals in 12"
102   = 102 rods in 12"
18     = 18 gauge rod (.080"), 18 gauge spiral  (.080")
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C:  Cordweave
CB: Compound Balance
How to Measure
Cordweave, Compound Balance Weave, Baking Bands
A.   CB implies Cordweave mesh.   The number immediately following is the number of rods that
     must be removed to release a spiral from the mesh.
B.   Indicates the amount of spirals (or loops) in 12" across width. Cordweave
     belts consist of spirals tighly seated together. Identify one Spiral (will be lined up
     evenly across the belt and count that one Only). See highlighed spiral above.
C.   Indicates the amount of rods  in 12" down the length of the belt (see blue arrows above)
D.   Indicates the wire ga of the rods / followed by the wire ga of the spiral (Iif wire gauge is the
        same for the spiral and cross rod drop the second one).  If there is a F after the specification it means FLATTENED

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How to Identify your Wire Mesh Specification
Qty of SPIRALS across 12" width (see blue highlighted spiral below)

Qty of RODS in 12" length
-----WIDTH -----
___ -   ____ -  ___  -  __________
Style  -  qty of spirals    qty of rods      rod gauge, spiral gauge
  Example:  CB5-27-83-14/16F

CB5  =   Cordweave Style Mesh, 5 rods to remove a spiral.
27     =   27 spirals in 12"
83     =  102 rods in 12"
14     =  18 gauge rod  (.080")
16F   =  16 gauge rod Flattened (.063 x .047")

Wire Gauge Chart