A uniform mesh that does not impede flow is not going to cause an appreciable amount of turbulence or swirl since it would have to be either too fine or too loosely woven.

A cylinder is the worst possible streamlined shape.  I'm thinking that even a few wires, as in a 1/4" mesh, would cause considerable turbulence and help "stir" the mixture.  I really don't see an icing problem on that open of a mesh.
Larry Flesner

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