Separation of solids
from liquids or gases by using filtration cloth is an essential part
of multiple industrial processes. It contributes in ensuring purity
of products, recovery of valuable material, improves the efficiency
of processes, saves energy and also contribute towards pollution
control. Apart from using Filter Cloth in our general everyday uses,
it is also utilized for purifying both domestic & industrial
effluents. Filter Fabrics are primarily used for filtering and
eliminating dust, dirt, moisture, water and other liquids from the
products. It has countless usage in cement, electric power, chemical
industry, metal & nonmetal smelting, ceramic, medical sector,
petrochemical plants, sewage disposal, water filtration, food
processing sector, etc.
When the weft density
increases, the filtration resistant of filter cloth is also
Increase in the fabric
wrap & weft twist is lead to the reduction of in the filtration
resistant ability of Filer Fabrics.
The fabrics used for
filtration purposes have great air permeability properties.
Filtration fabrics are
known for their properties like high temperature resistance,
abrasion resistance and good anti-acid/anti-alkali.