Sintering mesh is a process that improves the characteristics of metal woven wire mesh by bonding the contact points of all the wires together to form a mesh whose wires are securely fused in place. This is achieved through a combination of heat and pressure, and the result is a single layer sintered mesh. Type D Sintered Wire Mesh product is overlapped and stacked up by 2 or 3 layers of plain dutch woven wire mesh with equal hole size, after being vacuum sintered, pressurized and calendered. Type D Sintered Wire Mesh has the average pore size and steady air permeability. This kind of Type D Sintered Wire Mesh can be widely used in powder transport, laboratory fluid bed, driers and coolers.