Filtration

Details

Our engineers and application experts work on many different types of filters and filter systems. Filter media is generally a grade of micron mesh or cloth (click here for more information on micron mesh). Our application experts can work with you on your filtration projects, assisting with filter design components and selection of the correct cloth media to meet your requirements.

Products

Pressure and Vacuum Leaf Filters

We provide circular and sectional leaf filters for pressure vessels using both filter cloth and wire mesh for cake filtering systems.

Tank Internal / Multi-Media & Vessel Filters

These fit in large tanks and typically filter water and other contaminants. We provide filtration solutions for resin, multimedia, and walnut shell filters using both wedge wire and wire mesh along with header, hub, and nozzle fabrication.

Pleated Filters

We supply these types of filters mostly for fuel and oil filtration, pleating the mesh (or cloth) to allow the most amount of throughput while still maintaining a micron filtration solution. These types of filters typically have a supporting core on the inside (such as perforated or expanded metal or low mesh count square weave mesh) needed due to the pressure exerted on the pleated cloth. Pleating the cloth also gives a large surface area to catch the contaminants.

Inline Filters

Also used for fuel and oil, this is typically a funnel, conical cup or small shaped disc which fits in the delivery pipe and prevents large particles from reaching moving parts in the engine.

Multi-layer Filters

Solving the challenge of needing the strength to withstand a certain air flow pressure (>30 psi), yet filtering to microns, we provide multi-layer filters where several layers of mesh are sintered together. Perforated or large mesh counts provide rigidity while a micron cloth filter provides a solution often used in high end air filters.

Noise Suppression

We manufacture filters using our own quality woven acoustic mesh which absorbs the sound waves. These are used in noise absorption for aircraft engines (to a specific Rayl value) and many electronic applications such as headphones etc.