Compressed Knitted Mesh Filters 

Compressed knitted mesh is made of metal wires, including stainless steel wires, copper wires, nickel wires and other materials. The wires are knitted and cut into pieces and finally compressed into different shapes and specifications for different applications. Compressed knitted mesh is widely used for sealing, shock absorption, filtering, purifying and noise reduction in chemical, petroleum, equipment, auto industries.

Compressed Knitted Mesh Filters can be grouped into different types, according to different material, different mesh type and other standards.

According to Material:

Stainless Steel Compressed Knitted Mesh.
Copper Compressed Knitted Mesh.
Brass Compressed Knitted Mesh.
Phosphor Bronze Compressed Knitted Mesh
Monel Compressed Knitted Mesh.

According to Wire Types:

Round Wire Compressed Knitted Mesh.
Flat Wire Compressed Knitted Mesh.
Triangle Wire Compressed Knitted Mesh

According to Mesh Types:

Flattened Compressed Knitted Mesh.
Ginning Compressed Knitted Mesh.

According to Wire Mesh Components:

Expanded Metal and Compressed Knitted Mesh.
Woven Wire Cloth and Compressed Knitted Mesh.
Perforated Metal and Compressed Knitted Mesh.



According to Shapes:

Disk Shape Compressed Knitted Mesh.
Column Shape Compressed Knitted Mesh.
Ring Compressed Knitted Mesh.
Cylinder Compressed Knitted Mesh.
Stripe Shape Compressed Knitted Mesh.
Cuboid Compressed Knitted Mesh.
Special Shapes.



Features of Compressed Knitted Mesh Filters

High tensile steel material.
High integral rigidity.
Good filtering fineness.
Abrasion resistance.
Weather resistance.
Corrosion and rust resistance.
Easy to clean and install.
Special shapes and specs can be customized.
Applications of compressed knitted mesh



Applications:

Petroleum.
Oil refining.
Metallurgy.
Pharmacy
Chemical.
Machinery.
Auto parts.



Functions of Compressed Knitted Mesh Filters:

Sealing.
Shock absorption.
Filtering.
Purifying.
Distillation.
Absorbing.
Evaporation.
Noise reduction.

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