Demisters are mechanical devices used for the purpose of extracting and removing droplets or steam from a gas stream. They are often fitted with a gas-liquid separator vessel to improve the removal of liquid droplets entrained within a gas stream. Demisters can help improve the quality of gas produced, reduce separator equipment costs and save on space and weight.
Panel filters are designed to remove and accumulate unwanted particles like paint overspray, dust and grease. These filters are made of either galvanised steel or stainless steel to be used in mainly cooker hoods, spray booths and primary air filtration systems.
Panel filters are a low-cost product with the advantage of being reusable.
Electro Winning Cathodes
The process of electrowinning also referred to as electroextraction is used for purification of non-ferrous metals. By making use of electroplating electrodeposition in case of electrowinning or impurity removal in case of electrorefining can take place.
Knitted wire mesh is a metal strand or wire which is knitted together to create a mesh-like structure. A mesh is best described as a structure similar to that of a web or net since it has many attached or woven strands. Metal meshes can be made using different techniques including weaving, knitting, welding, expanding, electroforming etc.
Knitted wire mesh tape is used to provide EMI shielding for electrical and electronic cable assemblies. The tape is structured as knitted wire mesh in a double layer to provide the best shielding. Knitted wire mesh is a metal strand or wire which is knitted together to create a mesh-like structure. A mesh is best described as a structure similar to that of a web or net since it has many attached or woven strands.
Steel wool, also known as iron wool, wire wool, steel wire or wire sponge, is a bundle of very fine and flexible sharp-edged steel filaments. It was described as a new product in 1896.It is used as an abrasive in finishing and repair work for polishing wood or metal objects, cleaning household cookware, cleaning windows, and sanding surfaces. Steel wool is made from low-carbon steel in a process similar to broaching, where a heavy steel wire is pulled through a toothed die that removes thin, sharp, wire shavings.