Weaving Process

The cloth warping and filter cloth weaving processes play a critical role in our customers receiving the right filter cloth – each and every time – for their application and operating conditions.

Pictured here is a Polypropylene Multi/Multi Crowfoot Weave Filter Cloth.

Woven Filter Cloth Warping
In the process of warping, yarn is pulled from tension controlled creels and precisely wrapped onto warps in preparation for the loom. When positioned behind the loom, the warp yarns (which run in the length of the cloth) are inserted through heddles. The heddles are raised and lowered to create an opening through which the fill yarn is inserted to create the weave pattern

Filter Cloth Weaving
Weaving is controlled by sophisticated, high-speed, computer-controlled looms that precisely raise and lower the heddles and “take up” the woven filter cloth fabric.  This is to create the geometric patterns selected for your unique filter cloth design. In addition, the precise positioning and tensioning of the yarns creates the exact thread count (threads per inch or cm) each and every time the pattern is manufactured.

Contact us to learn more about our textile expertise in all aspects of filter cloth manufacturing from your yarn fiber materials & yarn designs to weave patterns & the cloth weaving process. You can trust Micronics’ expertise in all aspects of engineered filtration.

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