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Microfiltration Tubes

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Microfiltration Tubes
Benefit: Increased Component Complexity
Main Forming Process: Cold Isostatic Pressed
End Use Sector: Engineering
Material: Ferrous

Description

These cros-flow microfiltration tubes are made from 316L fibres. The tubes sre formed by cold isostatic pressing and special sintering techniques. Strips are cut, rolled and resistance welded. The tube has a nominal filter rating of0.4-4um and are used in the petrochemical industry for catalyst recovery, watewater treatment at the production of beverages and process fluids such as oil, soaps and cooling emulsions.

Component Specification

Weight (g): 75

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