Extraction Thimble Used In Air Filtration
With the continuous improvement of people’s requirements on their living standards and the specific demands for the experimental environment, certain relevant lab tools are of great importance to help us to achieve the goal. The extraction thimble, in particular, is what will be discussed below as one of the necessary lab tools in the air filtration process.
The extraction thimbles used for air filtration are typically divided into two types based on the materials it consists, such as cellulose, polyester long-fiber, and glass fiber. It generally adopts advanced international-standard technology to ensure an even distribution of the pores.
In particular, it possesses superior resistance to strong acid and corrosive solvents with strong non-sticking performance. It also provides a large filtration area with a high filtration precision yet low friction coefficient. It has a uniform filtration area and large processing air volume, which is more easy for using the electromagnetic pulse valve to repeatedly clean the smoke or dust contained.
The extraction thimble for air filtration can not only be used for the haze collection analytical experiments but also the detection and removal of industrial dust in mechanical and chemical fields, such as metallurgical foundry, air compression industry, etc.