Aeropress Stainless Metal Coffee Mesh Filter Disk
Aeropress disc coffee filter is made by food grade 304 stainless steel wire mesh.It has good
performance of corrosion resistant,high temperature resistant,acid and alkali resistant.
The stainless steel coffee filter mesh is reusable and washable with long service life.
The coffee filter mesh widely used in aeropress coffee maker and espresso coffee maker.
1.Spot welded coffee filter disc:
Mesh counts:250 mesh,325 mesh.350 mesh etc
2.Etching mesh coffee filter disc:
3.Special specification can be customized
GO GREEN - No more paper filters. The S Filter is a 100% stainless steel filter you can rinse and
reuse over and over again - and we guarantee it for life
BUILT STURDY - The new S Filter has 16 rivets that keep the mesh sealed and secure, no matter
how hard you press - and it's about as thin as three paper filters
TRUE FLAVOR - A good filter shouldn't get in the way of the flavor, so our mesh keeps the coffee
particles out and lets everything else through - even the rich coffee oils that paper filters absorb
DESIGNED FOR THE AEROPRESS
The most recent generation of The MESH filter is designed to perfectly fit all AeroPress coffee makers,
both older and newer models. The cap fits perfectly, not too loose like it can be with paper and
not too tight like with other metal filters. Made of 18/8 Stainless Steel, The MESHis the most
durable and corrosion resistant metal filter on the market. Super easy to clean, just make sure
to give it a quick rinse after every use and you will find The MESH to look almost brand new
for years to come. The MESH is also dishwasher safe.
BETTER TASTE, BIGGER FLAVOR
The MESH filter will allow you to enjoy the benefit of natural essences and oils which contain
bolder flavors and aroma. Paper filters will block these essential oils and flavors allowing your
cup of coffee to fall just short of perfect. Many AeroPress World Champions have also attributed
their success to their use of a metal filter. If high end espresso machines do not use paper filters,
why should you?