Electrical discharge machining (EDM), also known as spark erosion, is a process of cutting material with controlled and localized electric sparks, which uses electrical energy to remove material from the workpiece. The process is also known as spark machining, spark eroding, die sinking, wire burning or wire erosion. It can be used to drill holes, cut contours or create a shape by removing material from the surface of the workpiece. EDM is capable of creating intricate shapes with very tight tolerances in hard materials that are difficult to machine using traditional methods.
GESSNER's filter material help to achieve the cleanliness level EDM machines need for good ersion results.
Our filter media offers long life and excellent efficiency. It’s been the media of choice for many years to achieve strick level of cleanliness required of EDM machines. Delpore™ meltblown nonwoven is designed to be resistant to wear and tear, meaning that it can last for many years without needing to be replaced. It also features a high filtration rate, allowing for the removal of even the smallest particles in liquid or gas flow. This makes EDM filters ideal for applications where clean water or air supplies are necessary. The high efficiency of EDM filters also help reduce energy consumption during operation, making them an eco-friendly choice.