Porous Metal Felt Filter Elements

Product Code: 1674
Category:Metal Sintered Filter Elements
Material:Stainless Steel sintered mesh,Metal Fiber
Properties:Sintered filter
Application:Filtration,fuel Filter,Hydraulic Filter

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Description of Porous Metal Felt Filter Elements


Porous Metal Felt Filter Elements media is made with thin filaments of non woven stainless steel. These porous metal felt filter elements are ideal for high pressure, highly corrosive, highly viscous or radioactive applications. They feature extremely high porosity (up to 85%), high flow rates (up to 20 times higher than other media types), and very long life.
      

Stainless steel and other alloys available: not brittle, chemical cleaning is possible, weldable, low thermal expansion, maintains structure (no thermal shock) Depending on the performance you require, we select the proper alloy to provide the required resistance and strength

Porous Metal Felt Filter Elements

Applications for Porous Metal Felt Filter Elements:

The filter has been widely used in transformer oil, hydraulic oil, aviation kerosene, petroleum, chemical, power plant, cost carbon, mining, pharmaceutical, food and engineering industries.

Advantages for Porous Metal Felt Filter Elements:

Random fiber filtration Porous Metal Felt Filter Elements can provide absolute particle retention, longer on stream time and high dirt-holding capacity for under 60 micron filter elements. Although more expensive, it offers clear advantages over wire cloth, sintered metal or non-metallic fibers. Its high temperature, high pressure and corrosion resistance combined with almost gunmetal felt filter elements have a random matrix of 316-L stainless steel filaments with diameters from 4 to 25 microns. The finer the micron, the more open area is provided in a pure crosshatch pattern.

Features for Porous Metal Felt Filter Elements:

-- Porous Metal Felt Filter Elements Extremely high porosity (up to 85%)
-- high flow rates: up to 20 times higher than other media types
-- long on-stream lifetime
-- downscaling is possible (less filter surface is needed to filter the same volume)
-- Low pressure drop: The high porosity of our metal fiber media allows a very low pressure drop (and thus lower energy cost), even at high filtration velocities
-- Ease of cleaning: The open structure of porous metal media allows you to clean in situ by back pulsing or backwashing
-- High strength: The sintering process creates strong fiber bonds and guarantees a high strength filter medium. Combined with an appropriate inner core, our filter elements can withstand thermal shock, high pressures, and frequent back pulsating.
-- Heat & corrosion resistance: Our filter media can be used in high temperature (up to 1000° C, depending on the alloy) and/or corrosive applications - where non-metallic textile, ceramic or polymer products fail

Porous Metal Felt Filter Elements

Specification of the Porous Metal Felt Filter Elements


Porous Metal Felt Filter Elements

Absolute
Rating (µ)
Bubble Point
Pressure (Pa)
Average Air Permeability
(L/dm2/min)
Thickness
(mm)
Weight
(g/㎡)
Porosity
(%)
Dirt Holding
Capacity
(mg/cm2)
3 12300 9 0.35 975 65 6.40
5 7600 34 0.34 600 78 5.47
7 5045 57 0.27 600 72 6.47
10 3700 100 0.32 600 77 7.56
15 2470 175 0.37 600 80 7.92
20 1850 255 0.49 750 81 12.44
25 1480 320 0.61 1050 79 19.38
30 1235 455 0.63 1050 79 23.07
40 925 580 0.66 1200 77 25.96
60 630 1000 0.70 750 87 33.97

Production And Sales of Porous Metal Felt Filter Elements


Random fiber filtration (Porous Metal Felt Filter Elements can provide absolute particle retention, longer on stream time and high dirt-holding capacity for under 60 micron filter elements. Although more expensive, it oftens offers clear advantages over wire cloth, sintered metal or non-metallic fibers. Its high temperature, high pressure and corrosion resistance combined with almost unemetal felt filter elements have a random matrix of 316-L stainless steel filaments with diameters from 4 to 25 microns. The finer the micron, the more open area is provided in a pure crosshatch pattern. When sinter bonded, this random matrix can provide.

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