The weave of the twill weave results in the smallest filter pores and a smooth fabric surface for monofilaments. The large material cross-section ensures a high level of tissue strength. When flowing through the twill braids, the particles overcome five staggered pore levels. This also reliably prevents elongated, thin, rod-shaped and fibrous particles. The fabrics with a fine specification for fine filtration are used, for example in pressure filters in hydraulic control systems and in fuel filters in critical applications. With a rough specification, they are used for pressure and vacuum filters (disc, cell and drum filters) and as a porous medium for fluid bed applications. These fabrics are mostly made of stainless steel.