Some Advice on Glass Fiber Extraction Thimble
The glass fiber extraction thimble is made of ultra-fine glass fiber and is used for various applications. It’s a high-efficiency filter device for collecting harmful substances such as soot, acid mist, and beryllium substitute. It has the advantages of high-temperature resistance, small weight loss, high efficiency, and good strength.
When you use a glass fiber extraction thimble, please note the following advice:
1. Check all parts of the sampling head before using the device to make sure they match one another and the gap is suitable.
2. When the device is loaded or unloaded, make sure it’s not subjected to the force such as tearing force or shearing to protect it from breaking.
3. If the device is found to have voids, cracks, and uneven thickness, it cannot be used as it might cause sampling failure due to airflow blow.
4. Use the device within the specified temperature range to ensure the device operates at sufficient strength. It has been reported that the strength of the glass fiber begins to decrease when it’s heated to above 200°C and then cooled.