Sinter Metal Ultrafine Filter Tube

Description

Due to the smaller aspect ratio, Shinaki’s ultrafine filter originals can be assembled in the same size filter, making it ideal for pilot plants.
The sintered metal ultrafine filter (XKP-TIS) is formed by sintering a metal powder, pressed by cold isostatic pressing, and then formed by high-temperature vacuum sintering. Due to the smaller aspect ratio, more Ultrafine Filter originals can be assembled in the same size filter, making it ideal for pilot plants.

Features
– High strength, good mechanical properties
– High temperature and pressure resistance
– Corrosion resistance
– High permeability
– Cleanable
– Uniform pore distribution
– Smooth outer surface
– No unloading or shedding
– Defined permeability and particle retention

Specifications
Dimensions: Nominal or Customized

Materials of Construction
Stainless steels (304L, 316L)
Nickel
Titanium
Monel®
Inconel®
Hastelloy® B, C and X
Special materials – Contact
Shinkai

Application
Catalyst Filtration
Support grid for catalyst
Mother liquor recovery in PTA process
Filtration in food and beverage industry

Contact
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