Titanium powder sintered plate is also known as sintered metal power plate and microporous plate. It is a porous material made of spherical and irregular metal or alloy powders that are mixed, supressed, and sintered by high temperature forming using powder metallurgy technology. Compared to other types of filter materials, titanium powder sintered plates have higher pressure resistance and can be used in a wider range of temperature environments.
Powder sintering, one of the widely used methods for manufacturing titanium alloys based on powder metallurgy.
In this method, the raw titanium powder is thoroughly mixed with other alloy elements using a suitable powder mixer, and then the mixture is compacted under high pressure and finally sintered.
The sintering operation is carried out at high temperature and high pressure to combine the powder particles with each other, resulting in small changes. When the temperature is well regulated, a material with uniform aperture size can be produced.