Industrial felt is one of the types of felt that has various applications in various industries today. This type of felt is made of high-quality compounds of high quality camel wool with a wide range of thickness and a homogeneous non-woven mat.
In fact, weaving or weaving is not done to make this felt, but by mixing, pressing, filling and drying, they cause the wool fibers to become tangled. Of course, using soap and egg yolk can improve the quality of felt.
This type of felt has long been considered by craftsmen in most developed countries. The industrial felt used in the past was very different from today's industrial felt.
The less polyester fibers are used in the manufacture of industrial felt, the higher the quality of the felt will be.
The method of preparing industrial felt can be considered unique.
Types of industrial felt:
Industrial felt is made in two types, compressed and semi-compressed.
This type of felt was initially made in a semi-compact form, but the need for a denser structure led to the production of a compact type. Obviously, the appropriate and optimal use of each of these two types will bring better results for the consumer.
Industrial fels in the form of dust are used to make various types of gaskets and use them in industrial parts. These parts are used for better oil absorption, shock absorption, air filtration, thermal insulation, sound insulation and..
In addition to the above, industrial felt has many other applications in various fields of industry. In some industries, such as the automotive industry, it has a very important application in productivity and has a colorful role in the development of this industry.
Main properties of industrial felt:
1- The homogeneous structure of this type of felt causes that if a surface of the felt is removed, it will be replaced by a similar piece without any disturbing problem.
2- Fiber structure of this type of felt which is able to absorb and transfer liquids along various capillary pathways and filter suspended liquids in gases (such as fog) or solids efficiently.
3- Flexibility and part of excellent reversibility to its original dimensions after compression.
4- Absorption of high energy such as vibration or sound energy.
5- Ability to prevent thermal energy, which is another special feature of industrial felt.
6- Can be used in high density and harsh conditions by cutting or machining in different dimensions.
7- High flash point of industrial felt (more than 500 degrees Celsius) is another feature.
8- Ability to maintain all its main properties at a temperature between (-40 to +500) degrees Celsius.
9- Exposure to special conditions of ultraviolet and non-polar solvents of any kind.