Filtering non-woven material

 

(57) Abstract:

The inventive non-woven filtering material consisting of interconnected hypoproteinemia layers of polyester fiber and located between the woven frame comprising polyester fibers and additionally cotton yarn with a diameter less than the diameter of the warp threads, forming areas, a width equal to or not less than the width of the seam filter and located with multiplicity equal to the width of the filter, starting from the edges of the filter material, one of the outer layers consists of two layers: the webs adjacent to the frame, and apopreciate layer, bonded together by hypoproteinemia. The ratio of surface densities of all layers of non-woven filtering material is 1 : 1, 25 : 2,0, degree of hypoproteinemia 1 : 1 : 2. One of the outer layers or both layers are covered with breathable melt. 1 C.p. f-crystals, 2 tab., 1 Il.

The invention relates to the production of needle-punched nonwoven material, which can be used for gas purification, for example in metallurgy.

Known needle punched filter material of two layers of Mylar staple fiber, between the layers which is otnesti, g/m2- 550

Air permeability (at a pressure drop of 5 mm of water. Art.) DM/MC - 7020

The breaking load of not less kgf

Length - 140

Width - 100

Elongation at break, %

Length - 50

Width - 70

Possessing advantages in surface density and air leakage, while the filter material has insufficient tensile load in width, including due to the lack of fixing the position of the warp and weft threads when weaving, small elongation, which reduces the service life of the filter due to low regeneration (fact sheet N87-0028, Astreinte, 1987).

Closest to the claimed invention is non-woven filtering material consisting of two layers of polyester fibers 0.33 Tex ("f", THE 17th of the RSFSR, 1992) between the layers which is woven frame comprising polyester fibers. Layers and frame are fastened together by hypoproteinemia.

Performance filter material:

Surface density, g/m2- 490

Breaking load strips h, mm

Length - 170-15 Dan

Width - 120-15 Dan

Elongation at break, %

Length - 40

Width - 50

Breathability, DNial group, with this breathability, has a lower performance vozduhoochistki due to the reduction in the number of regeneration cycles. In addition, non-woven filtering material has insufficient load width, including due to the lack of fixing the position of the warp and weft threads when weaving, small elongation, which reduces the service life of the filter due to low regeneration.

The technical result of the claimed solution is to eliminate these disadvantages, namely improving the quality of air treatment in time, the filter's lifespan by improving the regeneration of the filter.

This object is achieved in that in the filter nonwoven material consisting of layers of polyester fiber, between the layers which is woven frame comprising polyester filaments interconnected by hypoproteinemia, one of the outer layers consists of two layers: the webs adjacent to the frame, optionally containing warp threads of cotton yarn with a diameter less than the diameter of the warp threads forming the sections in width, equal to or not less than the width of the seam filter and located with multiplicity equal to the width of the filter, starting from the edge fillrowmethodname densities of all layers of non-woven filtering material, respectively, 1:1,25:2.0 and the degree of hypoproteinemia 1:1:2, moreover, one or both of the outer layer is covered with a breathable melt.

Example. The filter material is obtained on the AIN-1800 M1 using polyester fibers, such as fiber according to GOST - 10435-83, Tex-0,17 length shtabelirovanija 30-38mm. Time between layers is performed sequentially. First were getting outside of the canvas from the web with a surface density of 100 to 180 g/m2and the number of punctures 70104- 1801041 m2. Then the webs are placed second layer in the form of canvas and produce a bond by hypoproteinemia similar to previous, after perforation formed layer 3 with a surface density of 200 - 360 g/m2and the number of punctures 140104- 3601041 m2.

The frame is made by supplemental warp cotton threads, forming sections, and the width is not less than 10 mm corresponding to the width of the connecting seam of the filter and located with multiplicity equal to the width of the filter (628 mm) from the edges of the filter nonwoven material. Introduction to the basis of plots of cotton threads allows more evenly to continue weft threads and thereby increase the tensile strength of the filter Mat which allows you to get canvas equal to the width of the filter with the connecting seam.

On the formed layer 3 from the side of the webs impose a woven frame 2 plain weave weighing 150 15 g/m2and breaking load strips 50220 mm 245 kg and fasten hypoproteinemia form the layer.

On the resulting layer side of the frame impose the outer layer 1 and fasten hypoproteinemia 280104- 720104. Then the resulting material is subjected to short-term heating at a temperature of 170 to 250 and a pressure of 20 to 50 kgf/cm2method of calendering. And calendering conditions of operation provided with one or two sides.

The material obtained was evaluated according to the standards: surface density - according to GOST 15902.T-80, the thickness at specific load of 980 PA - according to GOST 12023 - 66, the breaking load and destruction - according to GOST 15902.3-79, the permeability - according to GOST 12088 - 77.

The characteristics of the material from the ratio of the surface density and hypoproteinemia presented in table.1 and 2.

From the data table. 1 and 2, it is seen that with increase of the surface density of layers of non-woven filtering material (examples 5, 6) while maintaining the ratio of hypoproteinemia, temperature feces increasing temperature calendering (example 7) with preservation of indicators increases breathability while reducing service life. Calendering with two sides (example 9) allows to increase service life of the filter by increasing the number of regeneration cycles.

Only the stated set of characteristics (the ratio of surface density and hypoproteinemia) with a corresponding pressure of the calender and temperature, ensuring the availability of breathable melt (examples 1, 2, 3), lead to the technical result.

thus, in comparison with the prototype filter non-woven material has a higher quality air cleaning time and long life filter through improved regeneration of the filter, it also reduces the amount of equipment used in manufacturing.

1. Filtering non-woven material consisting of layers of polyester fiber, between which is woven frame comprising polyester fibers, and layers are connected by hypoproteinemia, wherein one of the outer layers consists of two layers: the webs adjacent to the frame, optionally containing warp threads of cotton yarn with a diameter less than the diameter of the warp threads forming the sections in width, equal to or not less than the width of the seam of the filter and the punctured layer, bonded together by hypoproteinemia, when the ratio of surface densities of all layers of non-woven filtering material, respectively, 1 : 1,25 : 2.0 and extent of hypoproteinemia 1 : 1 : 2, with one of the outer layers is covered with a breathable melt.

2. The material under item 1, characterized in that both the outer layer is covered with a breathable melt.

 

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