Sintered wire mesh metal filter cloth is a porous metal plate made from multilayer stainless steel wire mesh, and sintered into one metal panel. It is usually consists of 5 layer (or 6-8 layer) mesh: protect mesh layer, filter mesh layer, protection mesh layer, reinforcement mesh layer.
Sintered wire mesh is made from multiple layers of woven wire mesh panels together through a sintering process. This process combines heat and pressure, permanently bonding multi-layers of meshes all together. The same physical process utilized to fuse individual wires together within a layer of wire meshes.
Sintered Mesh Filter Disc is a new filter disc product. It is the combination of multi-layer filter disc. it has five layers and the structure includes protecting layer, filtration control layer, scattered skeleton layer, skeleton supporting layer.
In accordance with its own structure, fivelayers of the stainless steel wire meshes are combining and then sintered together in the vacuum sintered equipment which constitutes the Type A Sintered Wire Mesh. On account of the wide range and steady accuracy of the filter rating, especially two protective layers, the mesh of the layer is not easy to deform.
Sintered together by several layers of the plain woven square mesh, Type B Sintered Wire Mesh can be cut and welded into circles or other sheet forms.
Sintering the mesh is a process that improves the characteristics of metal woven wire mesh by connecting the contact points of all the wires together to constitute a mesh whose wires are securely melting in place. After being vacuum sintered, pressurized and calendered, the Type D sintered wire mesh is overlapped and stacked up by 2 or 3 layers of plain dutch woven wire meshes with equivalent hole sizes.