Overview
The  precision  sintered family of filter elements are manufactured by co-axial pressing.  A wide range of different geometries can be obtained by means of this pressing process. The pore size is made to measure from 0.5 µm to 200 µm. Sintering turns elements into dimensionally stable, metallurgically  strong components which can be used as self-supporting constructional elements. The pores are fixed in terms of size and position. A special production technique allows the joining between porous and solid materials in a compacting process, resulting in so-called filter modules.

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Applications

  • Flow Restrictors
  • Flame arrestors
  • Sensor Protection
  • Automotive Components
  • Pneumatic Silencers
  • Oil Burners

Feature and Advantages
Chemical Resistance and Thermal Stability : The chemical and thermal characteristics of sinter metals are the same as those of the solid materials used. However, the size of the specific surface area should be taken into account when assessing the chemical properties of any high-porosity component (sinter metal).

Process Operation
The pore size and structure determines the flow pattern desired by different applications. The gas / liquid flows through the porous matrix and based on the functionality the media takes active part in the process.

Technical Specification
AXIAL sintered products are  manufactured from the following materials:
Stainless steels 1.4404 (AISI 316 L / B), 1.4306 (AISI 304 L), 1.4539
Titanium
Monel
Inconel 600 / 625
Hastelloy C 22, C 276 and X
Special materials