Basic introduction of metal sintered filter element: Si [...]
Basic introduction of metal sintered filter element: Sintered filter element: It is a new type of filter material with high strength and overall rigidity, which is made of multi-layer metal sintered mesh, multi-layer stainless steel mesh through special lamination pressing, and vacuum sintered. . Metal sintered filter element uses metal as raw material, no need to add adhesive. After forming by cold isostatic pressing, it is made by high temperature vacuum sintering. The pore size and distribution of the components can be adjusted by matching the particle size and process parameters of the metal powder. Utilize the pore structure, material composition, compressive strength and other characteristics of different filter materials to develop filter products that are ultimately suitable for users. Features of metal sintered filter element: 1) High strength: After the five-layer wire mesh is sintered, it has extremely high mechanical strength and compressive strength; 2) High precision: It can exert uniform surface filtration performance for the filtration particle size of 2-200um; 3 ) Heat resistance: Can be used for continuous filtration from -200 degrees to 650 degrees; 4) Cleaning: The surface filter structure with countercurrent cleaning effect is easy to clean. Application of metal sintered filter element: 1) Used as dispersion cooling material in high temperature environment; 2) Used for gas distribution, liquid bed orifice plate material; 3) Used as high-precision, high-reliability high-temperature filter material; 4) Used for high-pressure backwashing Oil filter. Stainless steel sintered filter element can not only be used as a filter medium for filter equipment such as basket filter and mesh filter, but also because stainless steel sintered filter element has high filtration accuracy, high temperature resistance, corrosion resistance, high mechanical strength, easy processing, long life, etc. Many excellent properties, so it is increasingly used in the separation of products and process media in the petroleum and petrochemical industry.
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