Difference between stainless steel fiber sintered felt and stainless steel sintered wire
May 13, 2018

Stainless steel sintered mats, also known as metal non-woven fabrics, are made of non-woven metal fibers with a diameter of micrometers, laminated and sintered at high temperature. Stainless steel fiber sintered felt can be made into multi-layer structure, and the hole gradient is formed by different pore sizes, the pore size is coarse to fine, the porosity is high, the dust collection rate is high, and the controllability can be controlled with extremely high filtration accuracy and larger than single layered felt. The amount of pollution.

Stainless steel sintered mesh is made of different diameter stainless steel wire. It is a new type of filter material with high mechanical strength and overall rigidity that is produced by special lamination and vacuum sintering processes. With excellent filtration accuracy, filtration resistance, mechanical strength, abrasion resistance, heat resistance and workability, the meshes of the layers of the layers are intertwined to form a uniform and ideal filtration structure, which not only overcomes ordinary metals. Insufficient mesh strength, poor rigidity, and instability of the mesh shape, and can reasonably match and design the pore size, permeability and strength properties of the material.

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