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Wedge Wire Screen Cylinders for Filters

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Update time : 2023-01-29 11:25:51

With high strength and filtering efficiency, wedge wire screen cylinder is popular in the petroleum industry and chemical industries.


The wedge wire screen cylinder, mainly made of stainless steel, is composed of a working profile and a support profile. The surface profile is triangle wire and the support profile can be triangle wire, round wire, or square wire. The wedge wire screen cylinder has high strength and perfect durability. Featured by the accurate slot dimension, filter property, and long service life, it is widely used in the petroleum industry, chemical industry, and water treatment industry. Besides, it's also used for drilling construction, geothermal development, hydro-geological exploration, and some high-load filtering.

Wedge Wire Screen Cylinders for Filters

Hebei YUBO Wedge Wire Screen Cylinders Benefits:

  • High strength and open area.
  • Accurate slot dimension and filter property.
  • Corrosion and rust resistance.
  • Various types and sizes to choice.
  • Durable and long service life.



  • Petroleum industry such as oil filtration.
  • Water treatment industry such as desalination of seawater.
  • Chemical industries such as acid, and alkali liquid filtration.
  • Hydro-geological exploration and drilling construction.
  • Geothermal development and high load filtering.

Wedge Wire Screen Cylinders for Filters



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Hebei YUBO Filtration Co., Ltd is an international manufacturer and exporter of wedge wire screens, cylinder welded screens, water well screens, Vibrating sieve screens, and so on. With all kinds of materials and various wedge wire sizes,  wedge wires are widely used for liquid, gas, and solid separation, sizing, dewatering, and sifting in oil wells, water wells, and the chemical industry.