Sintered Wire Mesh Manufacturer
Sinter Wire Mesh Main Features
Sintered wire mesh is created by sintering, heating, and pressing small wire mesh pieces together to create a larger, more durable mesh. This type of wire mesh has several unique features that suit certain applications well.
1.) One of the most notable features of sintered wire mesh is its high strength and durability. Because the small wire mesh pieces are heated and pressed together, the resulting sintered wire mesh is very strong and resistant to damage. It makes it ideal for use in applications where the mesh will be subject to high levels of wear and tear, such as filtration systems and support structures.
2.) Another important feature of sintered wire mesh is its ability to retain its shape and structure under high pressure. It is ideal for use in applications where the mesh will be subject to high-stress levels, such as filtration systems and support structures. Because sintered wire mesh can maintain its shape and structure under high pressure, it can also support heavy loads without deforming or breaking.
3.) Sintered wire mesh is also notable for its corrosion resistance. The sintering process creates a strong bond between the individual wire mesh pieces, which helps to prevent the formation of corrosion-causing gaps or spaces. It makes sintered wire mesh an ideal choice for applications that expose the mesh to corrosive environments, such as chemical processing plants and marine environments.
Overall, sintered wire mesh is a strong, durable, and corrosion-resistant material that is well-suited to many applications. Its unique features make it ideal for high-pressure, high-wear, and corrosive environments.
What Sinter Wire Mesh Filters Can Do ?
Sinter wire mesh filters are usually used for purification and filtration of liquid and gas, separation and recovery of solid particles, transpiration cooling under extremity high temperature, control airflow distribution, enhancement of heat and mass transfer, noise reduction, current limitation, and wildly used in aerospace, petrochemical industry, pharmaceutical industry, environmental protection industry.
Specifications of Sintered Wire Mesh
Standard material 304), 316 / 316L, Alloy Steel Hastelloy, Monel, and Inconel.
Standard and Popular Size:
500 × 1000 mm, 600 × 1200 mm, 1000 × 1000 mm,
1200 × 1200 mm, 300 × 1500 mm.
Fabrication: Easily Formed, Sheared, Welded, and Punched.
What Types of Sinter Mesh filters do We Supply:
1. Standard combination of 5-layer sintered wire mesh.
2. Sintered together by many layers of plain-woven square mesh.
3. Sintered together by many layers of dutch-woven square mesh.
4. Sintered by perforated plate and multi-layer stainless steel wire mesh.
5. OEM any Shap for your projects. Our sintered mesh panels can be formed
into filter elements such as filter discs, cartridges, cones, cylinders, and tubes.
Advantages of Sintered Wire Mesh
1. High strength and durability since high-temperature sintering.
2. Anti-corrosion and heat resistance up to 480 °C.
3. Steady filter rating from the 1micron to 100 microns.
4. Filter mesh cannot easily deform because of two protective layers.
5. Can be used for uniform filtration in high-pressure or high-viscosity environments.
6. Suits for cutting, bending, punching, stretching, and welding.
Woven Wire Mesh VS Sintered Mesh
Both woven wire mesh and sintered wire mesh play an important role in filtration among various applications like oil & gas filtration. It is known that sintered wire mesh is a kind of diffusion-bonded woven wire mesh or that sintered wire mesh is woven wire mesh that experienced a heat-treating process, which will improve many original properties. Our company has rich experience in manufacturing those meshes and will produce professional advice to help you select the suitable filter mesh. To learn better-woven wire mesh & sintered mesh, let's start with the concept of woven wire mesh.
What is Woven Wire Mesh?
Woven wire mesh is typically woven with wires running in two vertical directions - warp & shute, and is manufactured in rolls. Standard mesh roll size would be 36" or 48" wide × 100 ft long. The wires running the full length are called "warp" wires, while those running across the width are called "weft," "fill," or "shute" wires. See the Fig-1; you will find the four frequently-used weave styles. Sometimes depending on our customers' special requirements, the bespoke type will be available. Commonly, the twilled dutch weave is for the finest meshes, while plain & dutch weaves are for relatively coarse mesh.
What Are Sintered Mesh Laminates?
Fine Layer Woven Wire filter mesh provides micron-rated pore size, but it is too thin to be damaged. The best solution is to laminate the fine mesh to a coarser supportive layer to provide strength and thickness. The standard sintered wire mesh laminates are 5-layer or 6-layer, extensively used in filtration.
What Are the Advantages of Sintered Mesh?
1. Adds stability & strength.
2. Back-washed & cleaned.
3. Stable pore structure.
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FAQ for the Sintered Wire Mesh ?
1. What is sintered wire mesh?
Sintered wire mesh is a metal mesh made by sintering or fusing with multiple layers of wire mesh.
2. What are the benefits of using sintered wire mesh?
Sintered wire mesh offers several advantages, including excellent strength and durability, high-temperature resistance, and good filtration properties.
3. What industries typically use sintered wire mesh?
Sintered wire mesh is used in various industries, including aerospace, automotive, chemical, and food processing.
4. How is a sintered wire mesh made?
Sintered wire mesh is typically made by weaving multiple layers together and then sintering them at high temperatures to fuse them.
5. What are the different types of sintered wire mesh?
Some types of sintered wire mesh include multilayer sintered mesh, five-layer sintered mesh, and stainless steel sintered mesh.
6. What is the maximum temperature for sintered wire mesh?
The maximum temperature for sintered wire mesh can vary depending on the specific materials and construction of the mesh. Still, it can withstand temperatures up to 800 degrees Celsius or 1472 degrees Fahrenheit.
7. What materials can be used in Sintered Wire Mesh?
Sintered wire mesh is typically made of stainless steel or nickel alloys, but it can also be made using other metals such as titanium, monel, and more.
8. Is sintered wire mesh washable?
Sintered wire mesh is typically washable. However, specific care and maintenance depend on the type of material used to make the mesh.
9. How is sintered wire mesh used?
Sintered wire mesh is used in various applications, including filtration, separation, and mechanical support.
10. Can sintered wire mesh be cut to size?
Sintered wire mesh can typically be cut to size using metal cutting tools, such as snips or shears.
11. Can sintered wire mesh be bent or formed?
Sintered wire mesh can typically be bent or formed to a certain degree, depending on the material and construction of the mesh.
12. What is the typical lead time for sintered wire mesh?
The lead time for sintered wire mesh can vary depending on the size and complexity of the order, as well as the availability of materials and production capacity. It may take a few weeks to a couple of months.
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