A unit that expresses the relative difference in power, usually between acoustic or electromagnetic signals. One dB equals ten times the common logarithm of the ratio of incident and transmitted power; or twenty times the common logarithm of the ratio of incident and transmitted field strength.
The mass in grams of 10'000 m of fiber or yarn.
A direct yarn numbering system used to define the size of fiber or yarn. The higher the number, the coarser (larger) the yarn.
Before making a stencil, the mesh should be degreased with a suitable degreasing agent, unless it has a special surface treatment like e.g. SEFAR PET 1500.
Please do not use household detergents!
Water that goes through an ion exchange process in which all positive and negative ions are removed.
The mass in grams of 9000 m of fiber or yarn.
A direct yarn numbering system to define size of fiber or yarn. The higher the number, the coarser (larger) the yarn.
A filter medium consisting of randomly distributed particles or fibers resulting in openings having a non-uniform and tortuous path.
The difference in pressure between two points of a system, such as between two sides of an orifice.
UV - sensitive Emulsion layer for screen printing stencils
Double layer fabric
By combining a fine filter layer and an open, coarser mesh layer, these fabrics combine high flow capacity and fine particle capture efficiency with the extremely durable construction needed for large-scale process filtration.
The side of a product stream that has already passed through a given filter system; portion located after the filtration unit.
Dual chamber test method
Measures near-field shielding
effectiveness by indicating the signal attenuation caused by passage through a test material.
Warp and weft wire diameters are different in size: the weft wires are closer together, thus providing excellent strength and high density.
The process of adding color to textiles in fiber, yarn or fabric form.