Manufacturers use profile wedge wires to create filters, cylinders, and slot tubes. At regular intervals, wedge wire filters are rolled and welded to support rods. As a result, the open area and strength are maximized, providing the best possible filtration and overflow route. They produce a wide choice of profiles and support rod alternatives and unique specifications.
In industries, liquid filtering is done via wedge wire, cylinders, and slot tubes.
Pharmaceutical, food and beverage, petrochemical and chemical industries, wastewater treatment, and backwash/cleaning systems are just a few examples. The wedge wire filters have a reduced danger of clogging and a self-cleaning action thanks to the profiled ‘v-shaped wires.
When it comes to wedge wire filters, manufacturers provide three main options:
STANDARD RADIAL SLOTS
Filtering from the outside to the inside is how the standard radial slot definition operates. The profiled wire is welded to the support rod at its narrowest point, creating a smooth surface on the working outside.
RADIAL SLOTS – EXCLUSIVE
Filtering from the inside to the outside is how the exceptional radial slot standard works. Because the profiled wire is welded to the support rod at its widest point, the support bars will disrupt the interior surface.
Filtering from the inside to the outside is how axial slot specification works. The wedge wires are contoured and run along the length of the tube, with the support rods welded on the wedge wire’s narrowest point, resulting in a smooth internal working surface. Furthermore, the support rods are welded to the wedge cylinder’s outside surface, resulting in profiles that are pressure welded together to form the connection.
Wedge Wire Filter Element Information:
The V-shape profile wedge wire filter and longitudinal support rods make up the wedge wire filter element, also known as the wedge wire screen. These wires’ intersecting points are fusion welded, resulting in a robust structure with good mechanical properties. Axial or radial wire can be used for the profile wire and support rod.
Internal filtration and external direction filtration are the most common types. We may create the flow direction and form to satisfy the application requirements based on the diverse uses. Furthermore, we can customize the wedge wire filter element, such as the filter tube and filter basket, to meet the client’s needs.
- Construction: Low-carbon, galvanized, or stainless steel
- There is more open space, and the openings are more accurate
- Maximum design freedom
- More robust and long-lasting
- Mechanical strength is high
- Pressure, high temperature, age, and corrosion resistance
- Installation and long-term operation are simplified
- Low-cost operation and maintenance
- Reusable and easy to clean
Wedge wire filter elements are commonly utilized in deep well and dive water pumps. Wastewater treatment, water softening treatment, oil industry, food processing, mineral processing, and chemical and alkali filtering are other applications.
Titanium Wedge Wire Filter
Titanium wedge wire filters have a high screening rate, are wear-resistant, corrosion-resistant, non-slip, vibration resistant, has excellent elasticity toughness, and have no closeness.
The wire mesh segment of the filter mesh is trapezoidal. However, the chasm is both narrow and wide. As a result, it’s a sieve strip made of titanium wire that’s been cold rolled, and the support strip is welded by automatic mining screen production equipment.
The screen’s surface is even, and the welding quality is consistent, with features such as a high opening ratio and a long service life. Furthermore, because of its great strength, steel, and load-carrying ability, this type of filter may be transformed into steel screening filters of various shapes.
Here is all about the wedge wire filter you need to know before getting the product for your requirement.