Coating Material Filter Element
Coating material filter element adopts multi-layer Nano-fiber material, gradient structure design, and has high dirt holding capacity. The large-to-small gradient pore size makes the filter cartridge has stronger dirt holding capacity, which can effectively improve surface clogging problem and extend filter service life. It is suitable for high suspended particles, colloidal substances, and high-viscosity liquids.
- Graded Power Size
- Wide Filtering Accuracy
- Broad Chemical Compatibility
Thin film deposition can help solve these challenges for microelectronics filtration solutions. Applying a thin film coating on the semiconductors can not only improve their efficiency, but also extend their service life. However, to acquire a good quality film, semiconductor manufacturers have to make sure that the coating materials, commonly sputtering targets or evaporation materials, are of high purity. The use of the correct coating on the drive circuitry and frames can mitigate against the corrosive effects of the operating environment. This is achieved by the coating to behave as an effective barrier to extraneous contaminants, allowing for preservation of the circuit’s integrity, as well as mitigating against the potential effects of tin whiskers.
Coatings and treatments are an important aspect of filtration today because functionalization of filter media alters the product’s behavior and augments the media the filter is made from. As an example, these thin treatments are easily applied and render filters both repellent (hydrophobic & oleophobic) or hydrophilic (water attracting). These treatments can increase resistance to moisture and oils and improve dust cake release or conversely, hydrophilicity helps aqueous fluids move through a filter much more efficiently with less initial resistance. These technologies can be utilized independently or in conjunction with other technologies to create the desired effect.
These treatments could be mechanical; as an example singing or glazing make the surface of the filter smoother. EPTFE membranes or nanofibers could also be added to increase efficiencies while carbon or stainless-steel linters can be added to provide a grounded conductive path to reduce the risk of static discharge.