Filter fabrics or felts generally serve primarily as a septum which in turn holds in place a base coat in reality that does the filtering of our product, whether this is on a rotary vacuum filter, a centrifuge, or plate and frame pressure type filter.
Filter fabrics (woven) may be classified as the following: all monofilament, all multifilament, combination (monofilament/multifilament or monofilament/spun or multifilament/spun), and all spun.
|Filter Fabric Finishing Selection||Guidelines for choosing filter fabric finishing.|
|Filter Yarn Selection||Use these guidelines for selecting proper filter yarn for your application.|
|Filter Fabric Media Selection||Four factors must be considered in proper filter media selection – the fiber, the fabric, the finish, and the method of fabrication.|
|Combination Fabrics||What are Combination Fabrics?|
|Spun Fabrics||What are Spun Fabrics?|
|Filter Fabric Weave Selection||Use these guidelines to select the right fabric weave for your application.|
|Fabric Fiber Types||Nylon was the first important wholly synthetic fiber to be manufactured, followed by polyester, acrylics and more recently polyethylene, polypropylene, fiberglass, PTFE and aramid.|
|Monofilament Fabrics||What are Monofilament Fabrics?|
|Multifilament Fabrics||What are Multifilament Fabrics?|