From the dam to the spacecraft, from medical devices to testing instruments in Lab, Shinkai sinter metal porous elements are widely used in various industries.

During gas welding and gas cutting operations, tempering is inevitable. In order to prevent the tempered flame from entering the acetylene pipeline and the acetylene bottle, causing a catastrophic accident, a safety device for preventing the return of the gas must be installed on the acetylene pipeline which is called tempering fuse. The sintered porous filter element acts as a tempering fuse for absolute protection.

The principle of the small hole muffler is based on the spectrum of the jet noise. If the total area of the spout is kept constant, many small holes are used instead. When the air flows through the small hole, the spectrum of the jet noise moves to the high frequency or super. The high frequency makes the audible components in the spectrum significantly lower, thus reducing interference and damage to people. Shinkai sinter porous metal filter originals can perform the same function while the muffler pressure loss remains within the permissible limits.

During the argon arc welding operation, if the argon flow rate of the arc welding is too large, not only the argon gas is wasted, but also the turbulent flow of the protective airflow can be formed, and the air is entangled in the protection zone to reduce the protection effect. Shinkai sinter porous metal originals can effectively prevent turbulent flow of protective gas.

● Metallic membrane filter
● Sintered metal powder XKP-AX element
● Sintered metal superfine XKP-TIS element

● Good filtering precision (0.5μm to 200μm)
● Shape stability, components with high strength (sufficient pressure strength up to 50bar)
● Sufficient thermal strength up to 900℃
● Corrosion resistance
● Particle retention and high porosity (15%~90%)

● Explosion protection and silencing
● Sparging
● Fluidization
● Flash back arrestors
● Cems smoke detection
● Filter and soundproof on the pneumatic equipment

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