Fiberglass filter cloth

Filmedia® fiberglass filter cloth can be used for industrial dust collection. Fiberglass woven cloth bag is widely used in industry of Cement, Black carbon, Iron & Steel, Iron alloy, Thermal
power, Coal-fired furnace and so on. We are equipped with 10sets Dornier (Germany), 58 sets Toyota(Japan) air-jet loom and KARL MAYER (Germany) warping machine to ensure the stable quality.

Capacity: 2000 m² per day.
Available weight: 350, 380, 450, 550, 750, 800 gsm.
Weave: plain, twill, satin.

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Specifications:

Weight: 350~850 g/m2
Thickness: 0.30~0.83mm
Air permeability: can be customized.
Operating temperature: 260℃
Instant: 280℃

 

Source of Fiberglass yarn:

We choose the raw fiberglass yarn from China top 3 fiberglass manufacturers – China Jushi Co., Ltd. Chongqing Fiberglass and Taiwan glass company.

Yarn Diameter: The Selection of 6μm fiberglass yarn from three professional suppliers Sufficient Yarn Storage: We have bulk storage of the supreme fiberglass yarn to make sure the large capacity of production.

 

Equipped machinery:

Filmedia equipped with 58 sets of Toyota(Japan) Jet loom, 10 sets of Dornier rapier loom and 1 set of Karl Mayer(Germany) Warping machine to ensure the stable and high qualified media We produce.

 

Finish treatment:

Finish treatment: We independently designed and developed special equipment for desizing and PTFE impregnation ensuring efficiency and reducing the unqualified rate of the two processes,

PTFE membrane: Our laminating machine uses imported high temperature heating roller. The roller surface temperature tolerance is ±1 ℃ ensuring the film fastness and uniformity. PTFE membrane thickness is 15um. The max membrane width can be 2.2M.

PTFE impregnation, PTFE membrane, Anti Acid, Silicon+Graphite+PTFE treatment

 

Application:

Filmedia® fiberglass filter cloth can be used for industrial dust collection. Fiberglass woven cloth bag is widely used in industry of Cement, Black carbon, Iron & Steel, Iron alloy, Thermal power, Coal-fired furnace and so on.

 

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