Bronze Filter

Bronze Filter

Bronze Filter OEM Manufacturer

HENGKO is a leading OEM manufacturer specializing in high-quality bronze filters.

With a strong commitment to precision and durability, our products are designed to meet the exacting

standards of various industries. Leveraging advanced technology and a deep understanding of filtration needs,


Sintered Bronze Filter OEM Manufacturer



Contact HENGKO and offer you bespoke solutions that enhance performance and efficiency.

Trust HENGKO for reliable, innovative bronze filter solutions tailored to your specific requirements. 


And Main Supply Types of Sintered Porous Metal Filters as follow ;

1. Sintered Bronze Porous Disc Filters 

2. Sintered Bronze Cup Filters 

3. Sintered Bronze Tube Filters 

4. Sintered Bronze Plate Filters  

5. Sintered Bronze Cartridge Filters 


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What is a sintered bronze filter 

A sintered bronze filter is a metal mesh made from tiny bronze particles. Here's a breakdown of its key features:

Made from bronze powder: 

The filter starts as bronze that's been ground into a fine powder.
Sintering process: The powder is compressed and heated (sintered) to bond the particles together, but not to the point of melting them. This creates a strong, porous structure.
Acts as a filter: The tiny pores in the sintered bronze allow fluids to pass through while trapping unwanted particles.


1. High durability and temperature resistance

2. Can be cleaned and reused 

3. Offers good flow rates 

4. Often used in industrial applications  

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Why Use Bronze Filter, What is the Main Features ? 

There are several advantages to using bronze sintered filters, and their key features contribute to these benefits:

* Excellent Filtration:

1. Precise Pores: The sintering process creates a consistent pore size throughout the filter. This allows it to trap specific particles while letting fluids flow freely.
2. Durable Construction: The strong metal structure resists pressure changes and ensures the pore size remains stable, leading to reliable filtration.

* Long-lasting Performance:

1. High Corrosion Resistance: Bronze is naturally resistant to rust and corrosion, making these filters ideal for harsh environments with fluids like water or oil.
2. High Temperature Tolerance: They can withstand high temperatures without melting or warping, allowing use in hot gas or liquid applications.
3. Cleanable and Reusable: The metal construction allows them to be backwashed or cleaned for repeated use, reducing replacement costs.

* Versatility and Design:

1. Mechanical Strength: Sintered bronze offers good structural integrity, enabling filters to be self-supporting in many applications.

2. Design Flexibility: The manufacturing process allows for filters to be formed into various shapes and sizes to fit specific needs.

In summary, bronze sintered filters provide a reliable and long-lasting solution for applications requiring precise filtration,

durability, and high-temperature resistance. Their versatility and reusability make them a cost-effective choice across various industries.


Types of Bronze Filter ? 

Some client like to know how many type of bronze filter?  

Actually there aren't really different types of sintered bronze filters, but there are different ways to characterize them depending on the application. Here are some ways to differentiate them:

1. Porosity: 

This refers to the percentage of open space in the filter. Higher porosity allows for more fluid flow but traps larger particles. Lower porosity filters trap smaller particles but restrict flow more.


2. Micron Rating: 

This indicates the smallest particle size the filter can trap. It's inversely related to porosity; higher micron ratings indicate larger particles can pass through.


3. Shape: 

Sintered bronze filters can be formed into various shapes depending on the application.

Some common shapes include:

* Discs 

* Cylinders 

* Cartridges 

* Plates 

* Sheets 

Types of sintered bronze filters

Different Sintered bronze filter shapes OEM


4. Size: 

They can be manufactured in a wide range of sizes to fit specific filtration needs.

Ultimately, the best type of sintered bronze filter for an application depends on the specific requirements for pore size, flow rate, pressure, and temperature.


How to clean sintered bronze filter

The cleaning method for a sintered bronze filter depends on the severity of clogging and the specific application. Here's a general approach you can follow:

Basic Cleaning:

1. Disassembly (if possible): If the filter is housed in a container, disassemble it to access the sintered bronze element.
2. Loose Debris Removal: Gently tap or shake the filter to remove any loosely attached particles. Compressed air can

 also be used for light debris, but be careful not to damage the delicate bronze structure. 

3. Soaking: 

Submerge the filter in a cleaning solution. Here are some options depending on the contaminant:

* Warm water and mild detergent: For general cleaning.
* Degreaser: For oily or greasy contaminants (check compatibility with bronze).
* Vinegar solution (diluted): For removing mineral deposits (like calcium buildup).

4. Ultrasonic Cleaning (optional): 

For heavily clogged filters, ultrasonic cleaning can be very effective. This uses high-frequency sound waves to

dislodge particles trapped deep within the pores. (Note: Not all homes have ultrasonic cleaners; this might

be a professional cleaning option).


5. Backflushing (optional): 

If applicable to your filter design, you can try backflushing with clean water to

force contaminants out of the pores in the opposite direction of normal flow.


6. Rinsing: 

Thoroughly rinse the filter with clean water to remove any cleaning solution residue.


7. Drying: 

Allow the filter to dry completely before reinstalling it. You can use compressed air

or let it air dry in a clean, well-ventilated area.


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Also Still Some Important Considerations:

* Consult the manufacturer's instructions: If available, always refer to the specific cleaning recommendations for your sintered bronze filter.

* Avoid harsh chemicals: Strong acids, alkalis, or abrasive cleaners can damage the bronze material.

* Frequency of cleaning: The cleaning frequency depends on the application and how quickly the filter clogs. Regularly inspect the filter and clean it when performance starts to decline.
* Replacement: If the filter is heavily clogged or damaged beyond cleaning, it's best to replace it for optimal performance.




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