Sintered materials of PLASTIC AIR FILTERS offer a self-supporting structure with high mechanical strength. DALON manufacture various filter grades with specified pore sizes of PLASTIC AIR FILTERS and flow rates in order to have the appropriate solution for your requirements.
Shape, size and the powder particles are important parameters which affect the properties filtering degree of PLASTIC AIR FILTERS.
DALON FILTER filters are produced by sintering technique. The powder is filled into moldings and then sintered inside of them.
Sintering is the processing step for all Powder metallurgy products, its bonding of powder particles
through fusion at temperatures well below the melting point. The structure of PLASTIC AIR FILTERS, after sintering, shows that the grain boundaries run over the original particle boundaries. Sintering gives the high porosity material its shape-stability and properties of a strong metal component.
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