To guarantee the top quality of filter materials and filter elements, all important and critical process are manufactured in-house and supervise with strict Quality Control System.
Metal wire mesh is the main material for filter elements for polymer, chemical, liquid and oil filtration. Our skilled workers have more than 10 years experience with mesh fabrication method like weaving, performing, cutting, welding and sintering.
Our precise manufacturing can help us gain customers trust and help customer to solve all filtration challenges in industrial filtration.
Advanced weaving machine gives the best performance of woven wire mesh. Woven wire mesh is the basic material to sintered mesh filters, Plain weave, twill weave, dutch weave and other weaving method combination make our woven meshes can satisfy any filtration fineness requirements and match with all temperature, solvent and environments.
TIG (A.K.A gas tungsten arc welding) is the best choice for sintered products.
TIG is efficient welding process because it can melt and seal the full structure of sintered material and give a smooth, robust and strong seam between sintered material and other hardware.
Semi-automatic TIG welding is the important process of pleated mesh filters and sintered metal fiber filters to form the welding seam. Program control makes the welding torch moves continuously and supply consistent and straight welding seam.
Roll welding is a type of cost effective resistance welding method which is suitable for single layer or thin wire mesh filter cartridge. Continuous welding seam supplies good stability and strength for filtration.
Spot welding (or resistance spot welding) is a type of electric resistance welding used to weld various filter discs or single layer filter elements, through a process in which contacting metal surface points are joined by the heat obtained from resistance to electric current.
Laser cutting is a one of the most popular manufacturing techniques in filter element production. Laser cutting technology can minimize loose wires, offer high accuracy and precision as well as clean cuts and smoother edge finish. It needs no tooling charges and satisfy endless shapes and dimensions with precise tolerances.
CNC punching is the main technology in perforated metal production. Perforating is the common used technology to supply the coarse filter material in pipeline liquid and support structure for polymer and chemical filtration cartridges. Our perforating techniques supplies precise hole sizes and various patterns (round, square, slot or others) available for choice.
Pleating technology can help to increase filter surface area and carrying amount during filtration process through pleating the wire mesh or sintered felt to achieve higher filtration efficiency when the space is limited and filtration requirements is high.
The pleat heights can range from 0.08" to 0.473".
Single, double and triple layers of mesh screen can be pleated together depending on material thicknesses.