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Chemical Resistance of Major Fibers in Filtration Field

When comes to the selection of filter meshes or molded plastic filters, the first thing coming out of our mind is the micron rating, because we need filters/strainers to sift our particles from entering into fluid that we need to purify. However, sometimes, due to plastic resin’s chemical properties, we cannot just take micron rating […]

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Mesh Filter Bags Gallery

Collection of various mesh filter bags, standard mesh filter bags and non-standard/custom mesh filter bags, which are widely applied in different industries in need of sifting, straining and filtration as well as separation.

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How a synthetic woven mesh is made

To weave a precison woven mesh (open mesh with square mesh holes) will go through several procedures as below: Step 1: Yarn ispsected and tested in terms of strength, overall thickness, surface properties (Core Yarn) Step 2: Warping and Sizing Step 3: Drawing in heddles and reeds Step 4: Weaving Step 5: Washing Step 6: […]

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Major Parameters of Filter Meshes

Major Parameters of Woven Filter Meshes 1). Yarn Diameter Nominal dnom: The diameter dnom is measured on the thread before weaving 2). Mesh Count n [n/cm]: The mesh count n stands for the number of threads per centimeter or per inch. 3). Weave Type: Open Mesh major two weaving types are PW (Plain Weave 1: […]

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Fabrciated Mesh Filter Components Gallery

Wide range of fabricated mesh filter components by ultrasonic-welding, cutting, stamping, laser cutting and heat-slitting

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Screen Printing Mesh Gallery

A group of photos taken from monofilament polyester screen printing mesh, high tenacity polyester printing mesh, low-elongation polyester silk screen printing mesh

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Molded Plastic Filters Gallery

Injection-molding plastic filters for industrial filtration, separation, sifting and straining application.

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Surface Filtration VS Depth Filtration

Surface Filtration implies that particles are intercepted mostly on the surface of the media, forming a layer of material “filter cake” that increases the efficiency or fineness of particles retained.  Generally speaking, this type of filter media is referred to as having a “nominal retention”; perhaps initially being 60% to 70% efficient at retaining the targeted […]

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