Hebei Sinter Filter Technic Co.,Ltd is the professional manufacturer which specializes in producing the stainless steel sinterer wire mesh and other filter elements. We have 4 different types of sintered wire mesh filter, each of them has the different combination of different weave type of wire meshes. And we offer the sintered filter and the filter disc.
The sintered wire mesh filter are consist of the multiple layers of the wire mesh. All these layers will be sintered in the vacuum space to form a solid structure. The high porosity makes the sintered filter can be used as the high flow cartridge. The even bore diameter and high strength make the fi
The Type D sintered wire mesh has 2 or 3 layers of the plain dutch woven wire mesh with the same hole size. The sintered wire mesh will be sintered in the vacuum space, and get pressurized and calendered. The hole size were averagely placed on the metal sheet. The Type D sintered wire mesh can be widely used in powder transport, laboratory fluid bed, driers and coolers.
The sintered wire mesh is the combination of multiple layers of woven wire mesh that sintered together to form a corresponding structure. The sintering process combines heat and pressure, in this process the meshes sintered tidely. After compressing and calendering, the wire meshes becomes the standard sintered wire mesh. In thish way, the sintered wire mesh can offer the excellen t mechanical properties. It is ideal material for purification and filtration.
The principle channel media of cone shaped channel are treated steel woven work and multilayer sintered work. As indicated by the qualities and focal points of the circle channel, the cone shaped channel can expand the channel zone and release the material without any problem.
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