- Priyafil offers an extensive variety of weaves to filter out and separate liquids from solids.
- Filters and strainers are used at home for several daily usages.
- Strainers and filters made from our filter fabric are durable and manufactured in specified weights and widths as per customer requirements.
- Available widths – 42 inches, 48 inches & 60 inches.
- Available Length – 30 mtr., 60 mtr. & 100 mtr.
- Available in 20,30,40 and 60 Mesh.
- Colours - White.
- Weight – 65 gms to 100 gms per mtr. of fabric.
- Tea Filters and sieves.
- Fine particle filtration.
- Water treatment.
At Priyafil, we offer a range of mesh sizes, made from quality raw materials of polyethylene. Our meshes are designed to provide effective filtration of any liquid substances mainly for tea..
Cleaning a tea strainer is easy. After each use, simply tap out the tea leaves or residue into a compost bin or trash can. Rinse the strainer under running water to remove any remaining particles. For thorough cleaning, you can also use a mild dish soap and a soft brush to gently scrub the strainer. Make sure to rinse it thoroughly to remove any soap residue before using it again.
Yes, tea strainer fabrics are versatile and can be used with different types of tea, including loose-leaf tea, herbal tea, and tea bags. They are designed to catch tea leaves and prevent them from floating in your cup, providing a smooth and enjoyable tea-drinking experience. However, for very fine teas like rooibos or certain herbal blends, you may need a finer mesh strainer to prevent small particles from passing through.
Most tea strainer fabrics are dishwasher safe, but it's safer to hand wash the strainer using the cleaning instructions mentioned earlier.
There are various types of tea strainer fabrics available, each with its own advantages. Some popular options include fine mesh infusers, and tea filters. The best type for you depends on your personal preferences, the type of tea you typically enjoy, and the ease of use and cleaning that you're looking for.
Although tea strainers are primarily designed for making tea, they can also be used for other purposes. For example, you can use a tea strainer to sift powdered sugar or cocoa onto desserts, strain citrus juice to remove pulp and seeds, or infuse herbs and spices into homemade broths and soups. Just make sure to clean the strainer thoroughly before and after each use to avoid any lingering flavors or cross-contamination.