Stainless steel sintered mesh is a filter cloth which is formed by pressing a multi-layer woven wire mesh and then sintering it in a vacuum furnace. This filter cloth is much better than ordinary metal woven mesh, with good strength, hardness and good opening positioning. Stainless steel sintered mesh's overall performance is superior to sintered metal powder and porcelain.
The sintered wire mesh is made of a multilayer woven wire mesh sheet using a sintering process. This process combines heat and pressure to permanently bond the multilayer web together. The same physical process used to fuse a single wire into a layer of wire mesh is also used to fuse adjacent mesh layers together. This creates a unique material that provides the ideal material for purification and filtration. It can be a 5, 6 or 7 layer wire mesh (the structure of the 5 layer sintered filter is shown on the right).
The sintered stainless steel wire mesh panel is composed of five different stainless steel wire meshes, which are combined by vacuum sintering, compression and rolling to form a porous sintered mesh.
Sintered wire mesh has many advantages over other screens, such as:
High strength and durability after high temperature sintering.
Corrosion resistant and heat resistant up to 480 °C.
Stable filter ratings range from 1 micron to 100 microns.
Due to the two layers of protection, the filter is not easily deformed.
Can be used for uniform filtration in high pressure or high viscosity environments.
Suitable for cutting, bending, stamping, stretching and welding.
Sintered mesh filter is usually used for liquid and gas purification and filtration, separation and recovery of solid particles, evaporative cooling under extreme high temperature, control of air distribution, enhanced heat and mass transfer, noise reduction, current limiting, etc. for aerospace , petrochemical industry, pharmaceutical industry, environmental protection industry.