What happens to the impurities when the sintered mesh filters the liquid or gas to be filtered?

  The sintered mesh has extremely high mechanical strength and compressive strength. Good processing, welding and assembly performance, easy to use. The filter material has uniform and stable filtration precision and high mechanical strength and compressive strength; the anti-pressure strength requirement and the uniform filtration particle size requirement are ideal for the filter material; because the filtration mechanism is the surface layer Filtration, and the mesh hole is smooth, so it has excellent backwash regeneration performance, can be used repeatedly for a long time, especially suitable for continuous and automated operation process, which can not be compared with any kind of filter material.

  In order to improve the filtration efficiency and economic benefit of the stainless steel sintered filter element, it is essential to extend its service life and enhance maintenance. In the process of use, the target cost management of the stainless steel sintered filter element should be carried out in strict accordance with the technical safety operation rules. Thereby it can play an active role in daily maintenance. The sintered mesh is pressed by lamination and has high rigidity and strength. It is a rare filter material.

  When the sintered mesh filters the liquid or gas to be filtered, the impurities will stick to the mesh of the sintered mesh, and the continuous filtration will increase the number of these floating impurities, forming a "filter cake", and the filter cake makes the liquid The flow rate becomes smaller, and the pore size of the sintered mesh becomes smaller due to the viscosity of the impurities, so that the impurities smaller than the mesh of the stainless steel sintered mesh are also stuck to the filter cake, and the slag which cannot be floated is also filtered by the filter. Blocking, these blocked slags themselves form a natural filter layer that filters the liquid.