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Industrial Water Treatment Filter Cloth PP Monofilament Filter Mesh63

Posted By: lakowupuvo

Date: Thu, 14 Jan 2021

Price: $11.00

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Product Name:Industrial Water Treatment Filter Cloth PP Monofilament Filter Mesh
Product Description:
Product Description Industrial Filter Mesh Filter Press Filter Cloth , Filter press cloth is mainly applied to filter press, including chamber filter press, membrane filter press, recessed, plate and frame, etc. Application of Filter Cloth Chemical: Catalyst, cobalt carbonate, zinc oxide,...
Price:11.00
https://www.teabagfilter.org/fabric-net-cloth-mesh-cloth-mesh-fabric/food-filter-mesh/industrial-water-treatment-filter-cloth.html
Company Description
Zhejiang tiantai jierong new materials co.,ltd
Address:ZhejiangZhejiangtiantaipingqiaoNo. 3 huaqian avenue, pingqiao , tiantai, Zhejiang, China
Descption:Zhejiang Tiantai Jierong New Material Co., Ltd. (formerly Hangzhou Jierong Textile Co., Ltd.) is a high-tech enterprise which focuses on the research, development, production and sales of mesh and filters.
Registered Capital:100
EmployeeNum:100
Zhejiang tiantai jierong new materials co.,ltd
Contact:Bonnie
Telphone:86-571-57157730-0
Fax:86-571-57576073-0
Email:jierongxcl@aliyun.com
http://www.teabagfilter.org



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