Sintered metal wire mesh is a type of filtration medium composed of multiple layers of woven wire mesh that have been bonded together through a sintering process. This sintering process involves heating the mesh to a high temperature, causing the wires to fuse together at their contact points, creating a porous and rigid structure.
The multiple layers in sintered metal wire mesh provide several advantages: enhanced mechanical strength; increased filtration capability; improved flow control; versatile filtration options; durability and longevity.
Sintered metal wire mesh is used in various industries, including petrochemical, pharmaceutical, food and beverage, automotive, and water treatment, chemical fiber spinning. It finds applications in filtration systems, catalyst recovery, fluidized beds, gas diffusers, process equipment, and more.