Milk Mesh Filter Bags made of food-grade woven filter meshes
MILK FILTER BAGS
Most dairies filter their incoming milk by means of a large tubular
filter where bags are supported by perforated stainless steel
baskets, (such as the LD filter). The filter bags are designed to
filter out grass, grit and other extraneous matter.
The common material has been bleached cotton, which, because of its
construction, has more cotton fibre than holes. It is also not very
accurate in terms of filtration. The cotton bags, after use, are
washed and dried, which is time consuming and not very cost
A range of “once only” low cost disposable bags has been developed
in four grades of “hygenic” polypropylene.
Course: aperture 150 – 200 microns
Medium: 125 – 150 microns
Medium Fine: 80 – 100 microns
Fine: 50 – 60 microns
Other bags and sleeves are avaialable in a similar range or can be
tailored to suit a variety of applications.
MICRON – MESH BAGS
For liquids / air / dessicants / deodorising / deionising
The range of mesh bags in micron is rated from 5microns to
2000microns, they can be produced in any diameter and any length
suitable for the application. Bespoke bags with attachments such as
nozzles, draw strings etc. are welcome.
Mesh bags can be supplied on a frame, or just as bags for the
collection of lints or fibres often in the production of yarn,
glass fibre, carpets, sawdust etc. They are also used for retaining
paper trimmings and polystyrene beads..
many applications arise in the plastic moulding industry where air
is separated from pellets in pneumatic convaying systems also in
the pharmaceutical industry. Mesh tubes are used for air
conditioning wher part of the tube is made impermeable, this allows
air to be directed to specific areas at low pressure and even
flows. Meshed frames with an overbag or adhesive are suitable for
laminar air flow ceiling panels where a large area of low pressure
clean air is required.
Bags are suitable for any bag filter vessel on the market and are
used for water, adhesives, paint, hot melt, insulation varnishes,
acids, effluents etc. They are also supplied together with bulk
bags, as a filter liner for larger volumes of flow and where the
filtered solids could be bulky.