The sintered wire mesh is made into a multilayer woven wire mesh panel using a sintering process. This process combines heat and pressure to permanently bond the multilayer webs together. The same physical process of fusing individual wires together within a mesh layer can also be used to fuse adjacent mesh layers together. This creates a unique material with excellent mechanical properties. It is the ideal material for purification and filtration. It can be 5, 6 or 7 layers of sintered wire mesh.
5 Ply Sintered Stainless is our standard sintered mesh structure. A single layer of fine woven wire mesh was placed between two thicker square woven meshes, which were then added to two layers of sturdy Dutch woven wire mesh and sintered together to form a solid panel. A layer of fine woven wire mesh is used as a filter layer which can then be cut and made into various discs, tubes, boxes, and plates.
2 Layer Sintered Stainless Mesh is a new type of filter material with high mechanical strength and overall stiffness structure. 2 Layer Sintered Stainless Mesh is made by special techniques such as lamination and vacuum sintering on multi-layer wire mesh. The staggered mesh forms a uniform and ideal filtering structure, which not only overcomes the shortcomings of low strength, poor rigidity and unstable mesh shape of ordinary metal mesh, but also achieves reasonable matching and design of aperture, permeability and strength.