The airslide fabric is made of polyester fiber as raw material and is woven on special equipment according to specific requirements. The reason why the chute breathable layer cloth is made of polyester fiber is because polyester has the characteristics of high wear resistance and tensile strength, high temperature resistance and corrosion resistance, low elongation and good impact resistance. Its comprehensive physical and mechanical properties are reliable.

The airslide fabric can withstand temperatures of up to 180°C instantly and about 160°C at a constant temperature. It is suitable for pneumatic conveying chute of cement, alumina and other powder materials.

The airslide fabric is suitable for the core material of powder material conveying equipment in industries such as cement, coal-fired power plants, and alumina. The airslide fabric is a key component of the pneumatic conveying system and is used to transport fine powder in various industries. It is suitable for pneumatic conveying of powder and granular materials in air conveying chute, homogenization silo, pneumatic lift pump, flow valve, bulk cement silo, bulk car, train, ship tanker, metallurgy, chemical industry, power and other industries.

Airslide Fabric
Airslide Fabric

Three Factors Should Be Considered When Choosing Airslide Fabric

  1. Material: The material of the airslide fabric for the chute should have good wear resistance and corrosion resistance to ensure its service life.
  2. Density: The density of the airslide fabric for the chute should be selected according to the characteristics of the transported materials to ensure its air permeability and filtration effect.
  3. Size: The size of the airslide fabric for the chute should be selected according to the size of the chute to ensure its installation and use effect.

Conclusion

Industrial airslide fabric is widely used, including flue gas treatment and dust removal systems in iron and steel plants, ferroalloy plants, refractory plants, foundries, power plants, etc.; flue gas filtration systems such as garbage incinerators, coal-fired boilers, and fluidized bed boilers.