Filter cloth, a filter medium woven from natural or synthetic fibers. Commonly used materials are cotton, hemp, wool, silk, asbestos fiber, glass fiber and some synthetic fibers. For example, cotton woven canvas, twill and woolen velvet. In a broad sense, filter cloth also includes metal mesh or mesh.
Synthetic fibers mainly include polypropylene, polyester, nylon, vinylon, etc. Among them, polyester and polypropylene are the most commonly used, mainly solid-liquid separation, while nylon is widely used in coal washing plants because of its excellent wear resistance.
Filter cloth and screen mesh made of polyester, polypropylene, nylon, vinylon and cotton are widely used in pharmaceutical, chemical, dye, steel, construction, iron, chemical, ceramic, cement, geological, mineral and other industries.
Special filter cloth: aramid, PTFE, PVDF, etc., high temperature.