Polyamide Flour Bolting Cloth Mililng Mesh PA-72gg
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- Model NO.: PA-72GG
- Applications: Filtration Textiles
- Style: No Lamination
- Width: 57/58"
- Structure: Fabric Form
- Specification: 100% polyamide PA6
- HS Code: 5911200010
- Material: Polyamide
- Type: Filter Fabric
- Pattern: Plain
- Gram Weight: 20-260GSM
- Mesh Count: PA-26gg
- Origin: China
Characteristics of SHARE Flour Milling Meshes
1. High Throughput
2. High Yield
3. Long Service Life
4. High Reliability
5. Wide Product Range
Flour Milling Meshes available in Polyester and Polyamide Thread from 10GG to 72GG, from 3XX to 25XX, from 3XXX to 17XXX, width in 136cm, other widths available upon request.
Nylon Filter Mesh is made of monofilament PA6 or PA66 yarn/thread (1:1 weaving method, plain weave), which is ideal for straining, sieving or filtering most liquids, powders or sludges; The term 'Monofilament' means that each thread used in the construction of the cloth is a single smooth solid strand instead of many smaller diameter threads twisted together, as in a spun or multifilament material. These monofilament threads are perfectly round in section and are extruded to very precise and uniform diameters.
Their advantages are:
a) due to their uniformity they can be woven with great precision to give exact and regular apertures,
b) the resulting material has a very smooth surface so that the filtered particles will easily separate from it,
c) they have great strength and elasticity.
After weaving, our fabrics undergo a finishing process to add the properties required for specific applications. During the finishing process, the fabric is scoured to remove any foreign substances and the yarns are then stabilised within the weave in order to eliminate shrinkage by a process known as 'heat setting'.
Monofilament Nylon 6 or Nylon 6.6 Filter Mesh
Monofilament Nylon is a versatile material due to its great strength, flexibility, long life and resistance to abrasion. Nylon has excellent resistance to most common solvents and will operate continuously at temperatures up to 100°C in the chemical pH range 7-14.
SHARE produces and supplies monofilament polyester filter mesh(low-elongation) with a wide range of mesh counts and significant advantages compared with traditional polyester woven mesh.
Monofilament mesh is woven from yarn that is extruded from heated polyester into a single strand conventional monofilament. Polyester screen fabric will elongate under tension: the higher the tension level, the more the thread can stretch. At excessive tension levels, the thread reaches its "plastic deformation" point, and the screen will no longer hold tension. Our polyester screen meshes are of high quality and precision with a wide range of from 25 meshes to 460 meshes/inch.
Our polyester monofilament woven screen meshes have excellent tear resistance which permits high fabric tensions to be achieved with virtually any commercially available stretching system. And very good dimensional stability guarantees highly reproducible tension.
Precision weaving of dimensionally stable threads produces fabric with predictable and close tolerance counts and mesh opening for consistent registration and sharp resolution.
1. Liquid Filtration
2. Dust Collection or Separation
3. Dry and Wet Filter Bags
10. White Goods
11. Injection Molding
12. Filter Belts
13. Loud Speaker and Micronphone Front
14. Water-proofing Acoustic Appliances
15. Interior Design
Fabricated Mesh Filter Parts SHARE can supply and offer
1. Hot or Cold Cut Mesh Parts (in different shapes)
2. Heat-sealed Mesh Filter Bags
3. Welded Filter Tubes
4. Stamping Mesh Filter Elements
Anatomy of Woven Mesh
1. Mesh: Designates the number of openings per inch (25.4mm)
2. Designates the measurement of the clear open space between parallel adjacent wires.
Opening Size=25.4 mm÷Mesh Count−Wire Diameter
Pitch=Opening Size+Wire Diameter; or 25.4mm÷Mesh Count
Open Area %=(Opening Size)2÷(Opening Size+Wire Diameter)2×100
3. Designates the diameter of wire before weaving. With a same mesh count, when the wire diameter is different, the opening size and open area are significantly changed.