Tangential cross-flow filtration
Process where the feed stream 'sweeps' the membrane surface and the particulate debris is expelled, thus extending filter life. The filtrate flows through the membrane. Most commonly used in the separation of high and low molecular weight matter in such applications as ultrapure reverse osmosis, ultra-filtration, and submicron microfiltration processes.
Digital tension measuring instrument by Sefar
A yarn that has been geometrically altered to increase bulk or moisture absorption, add resiliency, etc.
Theoretical ink volume Vth
Calculated Value of the ink volume 'Vth' from open area ('ao') in % and the mesh thickness 'D' in mm:
Vth = ao x D/100
See 'Mesh count'
The thread diameter respectively thread thickness is specified as nominal value, referring to the diameter of the raw and unwoven thread in mm.
The amount of solution that will pass through a filter prior to it becoming clogged.
Formed by passing the warp or weft fiber over two or more fibers.
Turns imparted to a length of yarn. Usually expressed in tpi
(turns per inch).
Two circuit stretching system
A two circuit stretching system works pneumatically and is equipped with two independent air circuit controls, one each for the parallel frame shanks. It is used for frames with shanks exceeding 150 cm (see also 'one circuit stretching system')
Process that utilizes specially-designed tooling usually vibrating at 15 – 80 kHz. Processes are designed to cause localized heating of thermoplastic materials that will cause some type of welded or fused joint to form. Benefits are the elimination of fillers and minimized heat stress on surrounding materials.
Light rays striking the white fibers of the mesh are reflected and scatter under the edges of the film.
Light is also conducted through the fibers leading to yet more undercutting. Result: blurred edges, colour shifts. Sefar yellow dyed mesh prevents undercutting.
The feed side of a filter.
Or specific resistivity of a material, expressed in W.cm. Resistance to electrical current flow through the bulk of an object.
Fibers or wires running the length of the cloth as woven.
Fibers or wires running across the width of the cloth as woven.
The rapid movement of moisture along the fiber surface, usually by capillary action.
See Thread diameter