FELT: Is a nonwoven material that consists of short pieces of fiber that have been needle punched, which mechanically binds the fibers together. The felt is most often made with no reinforcing scrim, but can be made with it, which aids dimensional stability. Felt can also be surface treated with hot rolls and flame treated to improve particle release properties.
NONWOVEN: is a randomly laid fibrous web made from different fiber types but most frequently polypropylene or polyester. Typically Nonwoven media consists of multiple layers of web to meet a specific retention criteria.
MULTIFILAMENT MESH: Is a woven fabric made from yarn (thread) consisting of short pieces of fiber that are twisted and turned while being pulled which mechanically binds the fibers together. The yarn is then woven into a fabric. The yarn size and weave determine micron retention on the fabric.
MONOFILAMENT MESH: Is a woven fabric consisting of continuous pieces of yarn (or fiber). The yarn is then woven into a fabric. The yarn size and weave determine micron retention of the fabric.
3 Sizes of Felt Bags
3 Sizes of Mesh Bags
Felt bag with handle
Felt bag with Flange
Bag Filter Sizes: Bag Filters are available in many different sizes and shapes. The four most common sizes are as follows:
P1S bags (7 1/16” Diameter by 16 1/2” Long)
P2S bags (7 1/16” Diameter by 32” Long)
P3S bags (4 1/8” Diameter by 8” Long)
P4S bags (4 1/8” Diameter by 14” Long)
Bag Filter Hardware:
Polypropylene Flange Tops are also available as an option for an additional cost.
Carbon Steel snap rings are standard on bags.
Stainless Steel, and Polypropylene Rings are available as an option for an additional cost.