1. Resistance to high temperature and aggressive corrosive conditions
2. Withstand large pressure
3. Easily cleanable
4. Very economical
Technical Data Mesh Specification Charts
Sintered Fiber Felt is produced from non-woven fiber media which are compressed together and sintered at the elevated temperature to produce metallic fiber felt media. The thin filaments of non-woven felt media are utilized to produce cartridges. The porous metal felt filter elements are ideal for large pressure, extremely corrosive and highly viscous media or radioactive applications. They attribute very high porosity, large flow rates and extended service life.
Minimum Pressure Drop: Great porosity of metal fiber media offers a least pressure drop, even at the large filtration velocities.
Quick Cleaning: Open structure of porous metal media enables to clean in site by back pulsing or backwashing.
High Strength: The sintering process produces a strong fiber bonds and guarantees a large strength filter medium. Grouped with a suitable inner core, our filter elements can withstand thermal shock, high pressures and quick backpulsing.
Heat and corrosion resistance: Our filter media is used in the elevated temperature and corrosive applications where other textile, ceramic or polymer products fail.
Surface or depth filtration: The filter media offers high efficiency by cake production and also provides high dirt holding capacity for depth filtration.
Sintered fiber felt is used in the high pressure filter assemblies in the composite applications. It usually offers clear benefits over wire mesh, sintered metal or non-metallic fibers. Its elevated temperature, large pressure and corrosion resistance properties paired with almost unending cleanability, keep it very cost-effective for aggressive conditions.