Bellmouth Screen This item was sourced on www.MFG.com as one of the items in an RFQ in USA for Wire Forming Production of a formed Bellmouth Screen. Approximately 74.31" OD x 8" long. Material is Commercial steel. Please see drawing for all specifications. Unless otherwise stated, the drawing takes precedence. The Buyer is looking for Fan screens of different sizes. There are two different drawings which reflect multiple screen Mounts that they need in different sizes and quantities. The part numbers of drawings are JMC5127D & JMC3672D. The part numbers will correspond to sub-part numbers on a purchasing history sheet. This purchasing history sheet will detail the sub-part number and its corresponding size and quantities. They are interested in awarding the business to one Supplier, but must reflect the varying sizes and quantities of the mounts thus there are multiple RFQs. Please note: The drawings are in inches, though it calls for mm. 1) All dimensions are in inches unless otherwise noted. 2) Ribs and outer rings are 6 gauge wire for part numbers 139001 thru 139012 and 3 gauge wire for part numbers 139013 thru 139016. 3) Inner spiral rings are 12 gauge wire for all sizesMaterial: Steel Finish: Yellow zinc dichromate for part numbers 139001 thru 139014 and hot dipped galvanized for part numbers 139015 and 139016. Please only contact Buyer through MFG.com messaging system with any questions regarding this RFQ. Part Part Number: 139015-JMC3672D Material: Carbon Steel Material Grade: Commercial Technical Specifications Category:Wire Forming Dimensions74.31 x 8.0 inch Tolerance:0.005Annual Usage:12.0 The following suppliers (machine shops, fabricators, casters, molders, 3D printing, CNC machining, etc.) provide manufacturing services and are members of the MFG.com community. For more information visit http://www.mfg.com. MFG.com performs a 5-point inspection on all engineered parts and RFQs to ensure quality and enhance your quoting experience Wire Forming: Forming is a common wire forming process performed with a variety of techniques depending on the wire diameter. Wire diameter determines the bend radius and tolerance for deformation at the bend. The type of wire or rod used and its diameter also determine whether the wire can be bent manually with a hand tool or whether the use of a press and die are required.