Porous Metal Cups
Saifilter Porous metal cups, widely utilized in sectors such as filtration, chemical processing, and aerospace, are renowned for their high strength, thermal resistance, and unparalleled filtration capabilities. Manufactured through a sintering process, these cups are formed by compacting metal powder into specific shapes and then subjecting them to high-temperature sintering. During this phase, the metal powder particles fuse together, resulting in a solid structure characterized by interconnected pores with controlled dimensions. Additionally, the use of Sintered Metal Powder Filter technology enhances the filtration efficiency of these products. The end products, our porous metal cups, not only boast a superior strength-to-weight ratio but can also endure elevated temperatures and aggressive chemical conditions.
Beyond their inherent qualities, we pride ourselves on the customization of these metal cups. They can be tailored to adhere to specific client needs, varying in pore size, distribution, and thickness. Furthermore, our expertise extends to crafting these cups in intricate geometries, such as cylindrical, conical, and flat profiles, addressing diverse application needs.
Quality is paramount to us. Therefore, each porous metal cup undergoes stringent tests, which encompass pore size distribution analysis, compressive strength evaluations, and corrosion resistance assessments. Moreover, we remain committed to our clients post-purchase, offering technical guidance to optimize the cup's performance in its designated use case.
- Interconnected Porosity: Designed with controlled interconnected pores that allow for fluid and gas passage.
- High-Temperature Resistance: Crafted to withstand elevated temperatures without compromising structural integrity.
- Diverse Geometries: Available in a variety of shapes such as cylindrical, conical, and flat profiles to cater to different applications.
- Customizable Pore Structure: Pore size, distribution, and overall structure can be tailored to specific requirements.
- High Strength-to-Weight Ratio: Despite their porosity, these cups offer superior strength relative to their weight.
- Chemical Resistance: Built to resist aggressive chemical environments and conditions.
- Durable: Engineered for longevity, withstanding wear and tear in various industrial settings.
- Efficient Filtration: The interconnected porosity ensures optimal filtration capabilities for both liquids and gases.
- Versatility: Suitable for a wide range of applications, from aerospace to chemical processing, and more.
- Energy Savings: Their high-temperature resistance can lead to energy savings in processes requiring heat.
- Cost-effective: In the long run, their durability and performance can result in cost savings.
- Enhanced Performance: Customizability ensures that the cups can be optimized for specific applications, leading to improved overall performance.
- Safety: Resistant to high temperatures and chemicals, these cups ensure safe operations in various environments.
- Environmentally Friendly: Efficient filtration properties can contribute to reduced waste and better environmental outcomes in specific applications.
These features and benefits make Porous Metal Cups a preferred choice for industries seeking efficient, durable, and versatile filtration solutions.
Porous Metal Cups
Porous Metal Cups are specialized metal products characterized by their controlled interconnected porosity, making them ideal for filtration, chemical processing, and aerospace applications. They combine high strength and temperature resistance, offering superior filtration capabilities in various industrial settings.
Sintered Porous Cups
Sintered porous cups are manufactured through a high-temperature sintering process, fusing metal powders to create a solid structure with controlled interconnected pores. These cups offer exceptional strength and filtration capabilities, making them ideal for various industrial applications.
Sintered Porous Metal Cups
Sintered Porous Metal Cups are fabricated through a high-temperature sintering process that fuses metal powder particles together, resulting in a solid structure with controlled interconnected pores. These cups offer exceptional strength, thermal resistance, and superior filtration capabilities, making them ideal for various industrial applications.
sintered stainless steel Porous Cups
Sintered stainless steel porous cups are manufactured using a sintering process that fuses stainless steel powder particles together, creating a solid structure with interconnected pores. These cups offer exceptional strength, corrosion resistance, and filtration capabilities, making them ideal for various industrial applications.
Data & Specifications
- ID: 6 - 220mm
- OD: 4 - 210mm
- Height: 5 - 1000mm
- Average pore size: 0.1μm - 100μm
- Material options: Single layer, multi-layer, composite materials, 316L, 316 stainless steel, Inconel alloy powder, copper powder, Monel alloy powder, pure nickel powder.
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Cleaning Protocol For Porous Materials
The dirt attached to the porous metal surface or the particles embedded in the micropores are washed away by using organic solutions or non-polar solutions. After cleaning, be sure to rinse with clean water to remove detergent residue.
Choosing the Right Detergent:
- For inorganic compounds:
Use diluted acids that won't corrode the base metal. Examples are Nitric, Phosphoric, Citric, and Oxalic acids. These can be combined with detergent additives if needed.
Commercially available scale removers include Oakite 31 and 33 (acidic), Oakite Low Heat Cleaner 3 (alkaline), Calgon EZE 294S (alkaline), and Alkonox Citranox (acidic).
- For organic foulants:
Caustic cleaners are ideal. Solvents, soaps, and detergents can also be utilized.
Common household detergents can be effective.
If there's a mix of contaminants, start with caustics to get rid of oils. Then, employ acidic cleaners or acids to remove scales and mineral deposits.
- For biological contaminants:
Opt for potent oxidizing agents such as Clorox (sodium hypochlorite) or peroxide.
Both acidic and caustic cleaners can be beneficial.
Alconox TERG-A-ZYME is specifically effective against proteins and food residues.
Final Note: Always ensure the chosen cleaning agent is compatible with the material to avoid damaging the porous structure. After the cleaning process has been completed, the parts must be tested to determine if they are in fact clean.
Porous metal cups are vessels fabricated using metal materials that have micro-porous structures. These microscopic pores allow for specific properties such as controlled permeability, increased surface area, and enhanced adsorption capabilities. They can be used in various applications including filtration systems, diffusion processes, and certain advanced manufacturing techniques.
Porous metal cups can be made through various methods including sintering, metal injection molding, or additive manufacturing. Sintering, one of the most common methods, involves compacting metal powders at a temperature below the melting point which allows for bonding at contact points creating a porous structure. The size and distribution of pores can be controlled through the selection of metal powder size and the sintering process parameters.
Porous metal cups have a variety of applications across several industries. They can be used as filtering elements in liquid or gas filtration systems, where they can separate contaminants or particles from a medium. They are also used in fluidization processes, as catalytic supports, and in biomedical applications for instance as scaffolds in tissue engineering. Additionally, they can function as flame arrestors or in muffling components in noise reduction systems.
The choice of metal for making porous metal cups generally depends on the specific application and its requirements. Common materials include stainless steel, which offers resistance to corrosion, high strength, and temperature resistance. Other metals such as titanium, nickel, or aluminum can also be used, offering a range of characteristics including lightweight properties or enhanced biological compatibility in the case of titanium.
The maintenance and cleaning of porous metal cups depend on their usage and the type of contaminants they are exposed to. Typically, they can be cleaned by backflushing, ultrasonic cleaning, or by using appropriate cleaning agents to remove accumulated particles or substances. It's important to follow the manufacturer's guidelines to ensure proper maintenance and to avoid damaging the porous structure, which could potentially impair the performance of the cups. Regular inspections are also recommended to assess the condition of the cups and determine when replacements are necessary.