Stainless steel disc filters consist of one or more layers of carefully selected stainless steel mesh that are laminated by precision sintering (diffusion bonding) and calendering. Sintering utilizes molecular diffusion to produce uniform metal bonds at each point of metal contact, including wire intersections within the various layers, as well as contact points between each layer. The resulting monolith is permanently bonded and has a highly uniform porosity.
Features of Stainless steel disc filters:
0.060" in diameter
T-304L stainless steel standard
T-316L and T-347 are also available.
Micron rated from 2 to 100
Precision punching without burrs
Benefit of Stainless steel disc filters:
No media migration
Uniformly controlled porosity
Can be used for high pressure reinforcement
Clean and reusable
Advantage of Stainless steel disc filters:
Extend component life
Ensure micron level
Compatible with most liquids
Safety factor in critical applications
Sintered stainless steel filter discs are proven in critical aerospace hydraulics, valves, servos, pumps and many other applications. Custom formulations are available for high temperature and extreme pressure applications such as viscous liquid polymers.