Copper Ring Filter Disc Vapor-liquid Knit Mesh
Copper Ring Filter Disc
Material: Brass copper woven wire mesh
Diameter of Disc: 120 mm/60 mm
Pure Copper Vapor-liquid Knit Mesh Ring Filter Disc
Copper vapor-liquid filter is divided into three types:
Copper vapor-liquid filter is divided into three types: copper vapor-liquid filter, brass vapor-liquid filter, and phosphorous-copper vapor filter. The copper filter can be made into a corrosion resistant wire mesh demister and a corrosion resistant filter mat. The highly conductive copper wire gas-liquid filter can be used as a shielding device for preventing electromagnetic interference of electronic and electrical products. The copper vapor-liquid filter can also be used as a rust-removing and decontaminating material in the shipbuilding industry and machinery manufacturing industry.
Performance of Pure Copper Vapor-liquid Knit Mesh:
Copper and many copper alloys, non-oxidizing acids such as aqueous solutions and hydrochloric acid, organic acids (such as acetic acid, citric acid, fatty acids, lactic acid, oxalic acid, etc.), various alkalis other than ammonia, and non-oxidizing organic compounds (such as : oil, phenol, alcohol, etc.), have good corrosion resistance; therefore, in the petrochemical industry, a large number of containers for contact with corrosive media, copper vapor-liquid filter, copper wire mesh demister , filters and other devices.
Detailed introduction of Pure Copper Vapor-liquid Knit Mesh:
Copper has good physical and chemical properties such as electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity, corrosion resistance and ductility. Conductive and thermal conductivity are second only to silver. Pure copper can be drawn into very thin copper wire to make a very thin copper foil. The fresh section of pure copper is rose red, but after the surface forms a copper oxide film, the appearance is purple-red, so it is often called copper.
In addition to pure copper,
copper can be alloyed with tin, zinc, nickel, etc. to form alloys with different characteristics, namely bronze, brass and white copper. When adding zinc to pure copper (99.99%), it is called brass. For example, ordinary brass tubes containing 80% copper and 20% zinc are used in condensers and automobile radiators of power plants; nickel is called white copper. The rest are called bronze. Except for zinc and nickel, all copper alloys added with other metal elements are called bronze. What elements are called are called elements. The most important bronzes are tin phosphor bronze and beryllium bronze.
Different from the conductivity of pure copper,
the strength and rust resistance of copper can be greatly improved by means of alloying. These alloys are wear resistant, have good casting properties, and some have good mechanical properties and corrosion resistance. Since copper has the above-mentioned excellent properties, it has a wide range of uses in the industry. Including the electric steam industry, machinery manufacturing, transportation, construction and other aspects.