Brass Filters Factory

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Brass filters are mainly divided into two types: brass mesh filters and sintered brass filters. Our company can produce brass mesh filter discs of various shapes, structures, particle sizes and apertures according to user requirements. The zinc element in brass filters makes copper wire harder than copper wire and has better corrosion and wear resistance. Brass wire mesh can be machined into discs, tubes and other custom shapes. brass mesh filters are widely used in industrial filtration and separation.


brass fuel filter mesh

Brass Fuel Filter

The brass fuel filter is made of 60-70% copper plus 30-40% zinc. Brass mesh is an alloy of copper and zinc.

Compared with copper mesh, brass mesh has better wear resistance, corrosion resistance and lower electrical conductivity. 

A brass fuel filter is typically made from brass, a durable and corrosion-resistant material. Brass fuel filters are commonly used in automotive applications, such as in cars, trucks, and motorcycles, as well as in other types of machinery that rely on internal combustion engines. 

brass oil filter mesh

Brass Oil Filter Mesh

Brass oil filter mesh is known for its tensile strength and abrasion resistance.

Composed of approximately two parts copper and one part zinc, brass is relatively flexible. 

Brass oil filter mesh is known for its durability and resistance to corrosion, making it a reliable choice for long-term use. It is commonly used in a variety of applications, including automotive, industrial, and marine industries, where it helps to maintain the efficiency and performance of oil-based systems.

Brass pipe Filter

Brass Pipe Filter

Brass pipe filter is made of 60-70% copper plus 30-40% zinc. Brass mesh is an alloy of copper and zinc.

Compared with copper mesh, brass mesh has better wear resistance, corrosion resistance and lower electrical conductivity. 

The brass pipe filter features a cylindrical shape with small perforations or mesh holes that allow the fluid to pass through while trapping the impurities. It is commonly installed in pipelines or equipment to ensure the quality and cleanliness of the fluids used in industrial processes. 

in tank brass fuel filter

In Tank Brass Fuel Filter

In tank brass fuel filter is a type of filter used in the fuel system of a vehicle, 

specifically designed to be placed inside the fuel tank. It is typically made of brass due to its corrosion resistance and durability. The primary function of the in-tank brass fuel filter is to prevent contaminants, such as dirt, rust, and debris, from entering the fuel system and potentially damaging the engine. 

Sintered Brass Filter

Sintered Brass Filter

Sintered brass filter is a type of filter made from brass material that has been processed using a technique called sintering.

Sintering is a manufacturing process that involves compacting and heating the brass powder to create a solid, porous structure.

The porous structure of the sintered brass filter allows for the filtration of liquids or gases. The filter can remove impurities, particles, and contaminants from the fluid, ensuring a clean and pure output. Sintered brass filters are commonly used water purification systems, automotive engines, industrial processes, and medical devices. 

brass mesh filter disc

Brass Mesh Filter

Brass mesh refers to woven mesh made of #65 brass and #70 brass (70%Cu and 30%Zn, also known as 260 brass).

Brass is a popular material for mesh filters due to its durability, corrosion resistance, and thermal conductivity. Brass mesh filters are commonly used in various industries such as wastewater treatment, oil and gas, chemical processing, and food and beverage.

They are also used in applications such as air filters, water filters, oil filters, and fuel filters.

brass screen filters

Brass Screen Filters

Brass screen filters is made of 60-70% copper plus 30-40% zinc.

The fine mesh of the brass screen filters ensures effective trapping of particles, preventing them from entering equipment or damaging sensitive components. These filters are commonly used in applications such as hydraulic systems, fuel filtration, water purification, and HVAC systems.

Brass screen filters are easy to clean and maintain, making them a cost-effective solution for long-term use. Their superior strength and resistance to wear and tear make them a reliable choice for industries that require efficient filtration.

Brass mesh fuel tap filter

Brass Mesh Fuel Tap Filter

Brass mesh fuel tap filter is a small filter that is installed in the fuel tap or 

petcock of a vehicle or machinery. It is typically made of brass and features a fine mesh screen that acts as a barrier to prevent impurities from entering the fuel system. The filter’s purpose is to protect the engine by capturing dirt, debris, and rust particles that may be present in the fuel.

brass rimmed filter screens

Brass Rimmed Filter Screens

Brass rimmed filter screens are mesh screens with a brass frame or rim around the edges. 

These screens are commonly used in various applications where filtration is required. The brass rim provides structural support and stability to the mesh, ensuring its durability and longevity.

Brass Pump filter screen

Brass Pump Filter Screen

Brass pump filter screen is a type of filter screen specifically designed for use in pumps. 

It is constructed with a brass frame and a mesh screen made of stainless steel or brass. The purpose of the filter screen is to prevent debris, particles, and other impurities from entering the pump, ensuring smooth and uninterrupted operation.

Brass ring filter disc

Brass Ring Filter Disc

Brass ring filter disc consists of a circular brass ring with a mesh screen attached to it. 

The mesh screen is typically made of stainless steel or brass and is tightly woven to form a fine filter medium. The brass ring provides structural support and stability to the filter disc.

1.6p1 Brass Cap filter

Brass Cap Filter

The shape of a brass cap filter can vary depending on the specific application and the design

requirements of the filtration system. However, in general, brass cap filters often have a cylindrical or dome-shaped design. Both cylindrical and dome-shaped brass cap filters are designed to be compact and easy to install.

1.7p1 Brass mesh cone filter

Brass Mesh Cone Filter

Brass mesh cone filter is shaped like a cone and is constructed using brass mesh material. 

Cone filter typically has a narrow end and a wider end. The narrow end is usually attached to a fitting or holder, while the wider end is open to allow the fluid or gas to pass through the filter. The cone shape allows for a larger surface area compared to other filter shapes, which enhances the filtration capacity and efficiency.

Brass perforated disc

Brass Perforated Disc

Brass perforated disc is made of brass that features a series of small 

holes or perforations throughout its surface. The perforations are strategically placed to allow fluid or gas to pass through while retaining solid particles or impurities. The size and distribution of the perforations can be customized to achieve the desired level of filtration. 

1.9p1 Brass mesh filter tube

Brass Mesh Filter Tube

Brass mesh filter tube is a cylindrical filter component made of brass mesh material. It is designed to 

provide filtration in applications where fluids or gases need to be purified or strained. The tube shape allows for a larger filtration surface area compared to other filter forms. The brass construction of the filter tube offers excellent durability and corrosion resistance, making it suitable for harsh environments.

Compressed brass knitted mesh filter

Compressed Brass Knitted Mesh Filter

Compressed brass knitted mesh filter is a type of filter 

made from compressed layers of knitted brass wire mesh. The knitted mesh is formed by interlocking loops of brass wire, creating a flexible and porous structure. The compression process involves compressing multiple layers of this knitted mesh together to form a denser filter material.

Brass Pipe Screens

Brass Pipe Screens

Brass pipe screens are small, circular screens made of brass wire mesh. 

They are commonly used in smoking pipes, specifically in the bowl area where tobacco or other smoking materials are placed. The purpose of it is to prevent larger particles, ash, or embers from being inhaled while allowing the smoke to pass through.

Inline Brass Mesh Strainer

Inline Brass Mesh Strainer

Inline brass mesh strainer is a compact and versatile filtration device used in plumbing 

and fluid systems. It is designed to effectively strain out unwanted particles and debris from flowing liquids. This mesh effectively captures and retains particles such as sediment, rust, and debris, preventing them from causing damage or clogging downstream components.

brass bypass manifold screen

Brass Bypass Manifold Screen

Brass bypass manifold screen is a specialized component used in plumbing 

and fluid systems to filter and protect sensitive equipment or systems. It is typically designed as a screen that fits within a brass bypass manifold, which is a network of pipes used to redirect or regulate the flow of fluids.

CUSTOM Brass Filters

DEZE is a leading manufacturer and supplier of custom brass filters and brass strainers. We have established ourselves as a trusted provider of high-quality products.

Our brass filters and strainers are made from premium quality brass materials, ensuring that they are durable, corrosion-resistant, and long-lasting. We offer a wide range of filter and strainer options, including Y strainers, cone strainers, basket strainers, and T strainers, cartridge filters, mesh filters, disc filters all of which can be custom-designed to meet your specific requirements.

In addition to our standard range of products, we also offer customization options to meet unique requirements. Whether you need a specific size, shape, or filtration level, our team of experts can work closely with you to develop a custom solution that fits your needs perfectly.

When you choose DEZE as your brass filter and strainer supplier, you can trust that you will receive only the highest quality products and excellent customer service. We are committed to ensuring customer satisfaction and strive to exceed your expectations with every order.

Contact DEZE today to discuss your brass filter and strainer needs and let us help you find the perfect solution for your filtration requirements.

The sintered brass filter is made of brass alloy powder by high temperature sintering. It has high filtration precision, good air permeability, high mechanical strength and high material utilization rate. Suitable for higher operating temperature and shock. The sintered brass filter provides surface filtration and depth filtration. A depth filter is all the connecting and curved holes and channels in the filter wall. 

The filter element uses depth filtration to capture and retain smaller particles rather than staying on the outer surface of the filter element. Depth filtration captures smaller particles and retains more. Depth filtration enables more efficient sintering of porous filter elements. The sintered brass filter is effective because it provides a lower voltage drop to the penetration of the depth filter, allowing it to hold more particles. sintered brass filters come in different gauges and sizes. Our company can produce sintered brass filters of various shapes, structures, different particle sizes and apertures according to user requirements.


What are the typical mesh sizes available for brass filter screens?

mesh sizes available for brass filter screens

Brass filter screens typically come in a range of mesh sizes to accommodate different filtration requirements. Common mesh sizes for brass filter screens include 20 mesh, 40 mesh, 60 mesh, 80 mesh, and 100 mesh.

 The mesh size refers to the number of openings per linear inch in the screen. A lower mesh number indicates larger openings and allows for the filtration of larger particles, while a higher mesh number indicates smaller openings for finer particle filtration.

Manufacturing methods of brass filter screen

Woven mesh of brass filter screen

Brass filter screens are manufactured using various methods, depending on the desired specifications and application requirements. Here are some common manufacturing methods for brass filter screens:

1.Woven mesh: The most common method involves weaving brass wires together to form a mesh. This is typically done on specialized weaving machines. The brass wires are interlaced over and under each other to create a stable and uniform mesh pattern.

Perforated sheet of brass filter screen

2.Perforated sheet: In this method, a brass sheet is perforated with precise holes using a punching or drilling process. The size, shape, and distribution of the holes can be customized based on the required filtration characteristics.

Expanded metal of brass filter screen

3.Expanded metal: Brass filter screens can also be made through the expansion process. A brass sheet is simultaneously slit and stretched, creating a mesh with diamond-shaped or hexagonal openings. This method provides strength and rigidity to the filter screen.

Etching of brass filter screen

4.Etching: In some cases, chemical etching is used to create brass filter screens. A brass sheet is coated with a resist material, and selective etching removes the unwanted material, leaving behind the desired mesh pattern.


These manufacturing methods allow for flexibility in design, ensuring that brass filter screens can be tailored to specific filtration requirements in various industries.

maximum operating temperature that brass gauze filters can withstand

maximum operating temperature that brass gauze filters can withstand

Brass gauze filters can generally withstand high temperatures, but the exact maximum operating temperature may vary depending on the specific brass alloy composition and application conditions. Brass, being an alloy of copper and zinc, has a melting point around 900-940°C (1652-1724°F). However, the mechanical properties and thermal stability of brass can start to degrade at elevated temperatures.

In general, brass gauze filters can typically withstand temperatures up to 200-300°C (392-572°F) without significant issues. It is important to consider the specific brass alloy used and consult the manufacturer or supplier for precise temperature limits and recommendations to ensure the filter’s performance and longevity in high-temperature environments.

How do you determine the appropriate wire diameter for a brass mesh filters?

wire diameter for a brass mesh filters

Determining the appropriate wire diameter for a brass mesh filter involves considering several factors.

First, assess the desired filtration level, which determines the size of particles to be captured. Smaller particles typically require a finer mesh with thinner wire diameter.

Second, evaluate the required strength and durability of the filter. Thicker wire diameter enhances strength but reduces the open area for flow.

Finally, consider the manufacturing feasibility and cost. Thicker wires may be easier to work with but could increase material expenses.

Balancing these factors, a suitable wire diameter can be selected by considering the filtration requirements, structural needs, and practical considerations of the specific application.

Typical pressure rating for brass gauze filters

brass gauze filters

The pressure rating for brass gauze filters can vary depending on several factors, including the specific design, construction, and application conditions.

Generally, brass gauze filters are capable of handling moderate to high pressures. Common pressure ratings for brass gauze filters range from 150 psi (pounds per square inch) to 300 psi.

However, it is important to note that the pressure rating can be influenced by factors such as the mesh density, wire diameter, and overall construction quality.

What is the typical thickness or gauge of the wire used in heavy duty brass filter screen?

2.6p1 What is the typical thickness or gauge of the wire used in heavy duty brass filter screen

The typical thickness or gauge of the wire used in heavy duty brass filter screens can vary depending on the specific application and filtration requirements. In heavy duty applications, thicker wire gauges are commonly used to enhance the strength and durability of the filter. Here are its specifications:



brass wire


5cm,10cm,20cm etc


30.5m or customized


0.025-3mm or as request

Piece size

1/2 inch ,1/4inch, 3/4inch, 3/8inch, 5/8inch etc


Most frequent questions and answers

The thickness of the brass filter screen has a direct impact on its strength and durability. Thicker screens generally provide enhanced mechanical strength, making them more resistant to deformation and damage. The increased thickness helps the filter screen withstand higher pressure differentials and mechanical stresses without compromising its structural integrity.

Thicker brass filter screen also exhibits improved durability. It is less prone to wear and tear, reducing the risk of premature failure or damage. The thicker wire resists bending, breaking, or becoming dislodged during operation, making it suitable for heavy-duty applications or environments with abrasive fluids or particles.

Furthermore, thicker filter screen can often withstand higher temperatures without undergoing significant deformation or degradation. This makes it suitable for applications involving elevated temperature fluids.

The expected service life of a brass filter screen can vary depending on the specific application and operating conditions.

Generally, brass filter screens are durable and can provide a long service life. However, factors such as the type of fluid being filtered, the presence of corrosive substances, temperature extremes, and pressure differentials can impact the longevity of the filter.

In some applications, regular maintenance and cleaning may be necessary to prevent clogging and ensure optimal performance.

With proper care and under normal operating conditions, brass filter screens can often last several years or more, but it is important to consider the specific requirements and consult the manufacturer or supplier for more accurate estimations of service life in a given application.

Heavy duty brass filter screen stands out from standard brass filter screens due to its sturdier construction and superior strength.

It typically features thicker brass wire gauges, providing enhanced durability and resistance to deformation. The heavy-duty design enables it to withstand more demanding applications, higher pressures, and harsher operating conditions. These filters often have a denser mesh pattern, allowing for efficient filtration of finer particles.

Additionally, they may have reinforced edges or frames to ensure structural integrity and longevity, making them suitable for rugged industrial environments and applications that require a robust and reliable filtration solution.

Heavy duty brass filter screens are capable of filtering out larger particles or debris. The thicker wire gauges and denser mesh patterns used in heavy-duty filters provide effective filtration of both fine and larger particles.

While the primary purpose of a filter screen is to capture smaller particles, the sturdier construction of heavy-duty filters allows them to handle larger debris as well.

There are no specific industry standards or guidelines for brass filter screen sizes that apply universally across all industries. The selection of brass filter screen sizes typically depends on the specific application requirements, filtration needs, and industry practices.

It is advisable to consult industry-specific standards or guidelines, as well as the recommendations of manufacturers or suppliers, to ensure the appropriate selection of brass filter screen sizes for a particular application.

The pressure drop across a brass mesh filter refers to the decrease in pressure as fluid passes through the filter media. Several factors, including mesh size and thickness, can influence the pressure drop.

Mesh Size: Finer mesh size with smaller openings will result in a higher pressure drop. This is because the fluid has to pass through more obstacles created by the smaller openings, increasing resistance and pressure drop.

Thickness: Thicker brass mesh filters generally have a lower pressure drop compared to thinner ones. Thicker filters offer less resistance to fluid flow due to their larger open area, resulting in a lower pressure drop.

However, it is important to note that other factors, such as the flow rate, viscosity of the fluid, and overall design of the filter, also play a role in determining the pressure drop.

When requesting a custom brass mesh filter, several factors should be considered to ensure that the filter meets the specific requirements of the application:

1.Filtration requirements: Determine the desired filtration level and particle size to be captured. This will help determine the appropriate mesh size and wire diameter.

2.Application conditions: Consider the operating temperature, pressure, and any corrosive or abrasive properties of the fluid being filtered. This information will guide the selection of the appropriate brass alloy and gauge to ensure the filter’s durability and compatibility with the application.

3.Flow rate: Understand the required flow rate and fluid velocity to select a mesh size and design that will allow for adequate flow while maintaining effective filtration.

4.Dimensions and shape: Specify the required dimensions, shape, and any specific design features needed for proper installation and compatibility with the system.

5.Quantity and lead time: Determine the quantity of filters needed and establish a realistic lead time for production and delivery.

By providing comprehensive information regarding these factors, the manufacturer or supplier can create a custom brass mesh filter that precisely meets the specific needs of the application.

Brass filters manufacturers, such as DEZE, are known for their extensive experience and expertise in producing high quality filters. With years of industry knowledge, we have mastered the intricacies of brass filter manufacturing. It also equips a team of skilled engineers and technicians with advanced machinery and cutting-edge technology to ensure the precision and excellence of every filter produced.

Manufacturers have a deep understanding of the specific requirements and standards required to manufacture filters that meet or exceed customer expectations.

Our commitment to quality control and rigorous testing procedures guarantees that each filter is durable, reliable, and able to provide optimal performance in a variety of applications.

With its track record of success, the brass filter manufacturer has established a strong reputation as a trusted supplier of high-quality filters.

Several factors contribute to the pricing of brass mesh filters. Firstly, the cost of raw materials plays a significant role, including the price of brass, which can fluctuate based on market conditions.

The complexity and size of the filter design also affect the price, as intricate patterns or larger sizes require more time and resources to manufacture.

Additionally, the manufacturing process itself, including cutting, shaping, and assembly, influences the pricing. Quality control measures and certifications may add to the overall cost.

Finally, market demand, competition, and the manufacturer’s reputation can influence the pricing strategy, with higher demand or premium brands typically commanding higher prices.

Brass filter screens offer several advantages in terms of customization and adaptability to different specifications.

Firstly, brass is a highly malleable material, allowing for easy customization during the manufacturing process. It can be cut, shaped, and formed into various sizes, patterns, and configurations to meet specific requirements.

Moreover, brass offers excellent corrosion resistance and durability, making it suitable for use in demanding environments. It can withstand high temperatures, pressure, and exposure to chemicals or moisture without compromising its structural integrity.

Brass filters can also be customized in terms of mesh size, which determines the filtration efficiency. Different mesh sizes allow for the filtration of various particle sizes, enabling precise control over the filtration process.

Additionally, brass filter screens can be further customized with coatings or treatments to enhance their performance, such as improving resistance to clogging or enhancing chemical resistance.

Brass gauze filter is constructed using a fine mesh screen made of brass. The construction process typically involves weaving or knitting brass wires together in a specific pattern to create the mesh structure. The brass wires used in the filter are typically made of an alloy composed primarily of copper and zinc.

The specific composition of the brass alloy may vary depending on the desired properties of the filter, such as strength, corrosion resistance, and conductivity.

The brass gauze filter is meticulously crafted by interlocking the brass wires in a uniform manner, forming a tight-knit mesh. The mesh size or opening size of the filter can vary, determining the particle size that can be effectively captured.

The construction and composition of a brass gauze filter result in durable and corrosion-resistant filtration medium. Brass offers excellent resistance to corrosion, making it suitable for a variety of industrial applications.

Its malleability allows for easy customization and shaping to meet specific filtration requirements. The fine mesh structure of the filter ensures efficient filtration while maintaining good airflow or liquid flow rates.

Brass gauze filters find common applications in various industrial settings. Some of the key applications include:

1.Filtration: Brass gauze filters are used for fine particle filtration in industries such as chemical processing, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, and water treatment.

2.Air and gas purification: They are employed in HVAC systems, air compressors, and gas purification units to remove impurities and ensure clean airflow.

3.Catalysis support: Brass gauze filters serve as catalyst supports in chemical reactions, enabling controlled reactions and improving efficiency.

4.Flame arrestors: They are utilized in equipment and systems to prevent the propagation of flames, providing safety in environments with flammable substances.

5.Strainers: Brass gauze filters are used as strainers to remove debris and contaminants from liquids or gases in pipelines and machinery.

Overall, brass gauze filters play a crucial role in ensuring filtration, purification, safety, and process efficiency across a range of industrial applications.

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