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metal wire mesh filtering discs
Filter Discs and Wire Mesh Discs are made of stainless steel woven wire mesh and wire cloth. The material is AISI316L. Pack filters and wire mesh discs are mainly used in pharmacy, chemicals, chemical fibers, etc.
Major filter materials available for pack filters and wire mesh discs: stainless steel woven wire cloth, stainless steel sintered web, phosphate bronze wire cloth and brass wire cloth, etc.
Shapes: round, rectangle elliptical, other shapes.
Disc filters are provided in different shapes: Single piece or multiple layered.
Marginal materials for disc filters: stainless steel, aluminum and nickel-plated copper.
Sizes: meeting customers' specific requirements.
Usage of Wire Mesh Discs: Used throughout industry as filters, strainers, diffusers, flame and spark arrestors, and protective covers. Wire meshes are both unusual and hard-to-find. Pharmacy, chemicals, chemical fibers.
Dirt Holding Capacity
Metal filters are designed from three basic materials: wire cloth, expanded metal and perforated metal. Each material has its own flow rates and individual characteristics making it a “best fit” for particular engineering requirements. For example, perforated metals can be selected with round holes, square holes, or any other shape required based on size and or shape of the particulate that needs to be strained or filtered. Expanded metal and perforated metal filters offer superior rigidity and durability to wire cloth filters. For filters that require intricate bends and pleats to achieve proper performance characteristics, and where durability is less of a concern, wire cloth filters in mesh ranges from 2 x 2 to 5 micron mesh are the clear choice.
Metal Filter Materials
Wire cloth filters, expanded metal filters, and perforated metal filters can be designed and manufactured using the a wide range of materials:
Carbon Steel Filters
Galvanized Steel Filters
Stainless Steel Filters
Stainless Steel 304 Filters
Stainless Steel 316 Filters
In some applications, filter design requires a mix of materials for support or to develop a protective underlying or outer structure of expanded or perforated metal or a coarser mesh that guards delicate pleated interior components