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Porvair introduces Sinterflo FMC

Posted 10 January 2019 · Add Comment

Porvair Filtration Group has addede Sinterflo FMC, a fibre mesh composite for filter elements, to its range of Sinterflo products.



The Sinterflo FMC is specifically designed for the removal of particulates from challenging gaseous environments. The new media boasts many benefits, including; resistance to high temperatures and corrosive environments, design and engineering versatility and minimal maintenance costs. Its fine pore surface layer enhances surface filtration.

Other features include:
• a highly permeable support structure, ensuring reverse jet cleaning energy is delivered to the filter’s outer surface thus enhancing particulate cake removal, keeping operating pressure loss to a minimum
• multilayer internal support meshes providing mechanical strength removing the need for additional support structure in low pressure applications
• reliable emission control

The self-supporting Sinterflo FMC differs from the rest of the Sinterflo range due to its multilayer internal mesh support structure and fine fibre surface layer. The Sinterflo FMC filter elements are ideal for continuous on stream reverse jet cleaning applications where optimum product recovery is required. With its asymmetrical pore structure, Sinterflo FMC media is designed to facilitate surface filtration capturing particulate on the outer flow in surface.

Ian Boxall, Technical Director, commented: “We are proud to announce the launch of the new Sinterflo FMC, which boasts many features, including a sinterbonded, asymmetric structure, reliable removal efficiency, emission control and excellent regeneration characteristics.

"Sinterflo FMC complements Porvair’s existing Sinterflo range and allows it to provide filtration solutions to a wider range of applications.”

Porvair Filtration Group develops and supplies high performance, innovative materials and solutions for applications in filtration and separation. For over 50 years it has delivered solutions for aerospace and defence, nuclear, process  and microelectronics.

The group manufactures in both the UK and USA and has an extensive network of sales offices and global distribution channels. 

 

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