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Hepa Filters

High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters are a particular kind of air filter made to remove a significant amount of airborne particles from the air, including very minute particles and allergens. They are frequently employed in situations that call for filtered and clean air, such as hospitals, cleanrooms, labs, and homes for people with allergies or asthma.


A dense mat of randomly organised fibres composed of substances like fibreglass is used to build HEPA filters. As air travels through the filter, these fibres form a labyrinth-like structure that traps particles. The filter's effectiveness is at least 99.97% and it can collect particles as small as 0.3 micrometers (µm). HEPA filters can, however, also catch particles that are larger or smaller than the 0.3  µm size range.

It's important to note that there are various HEPA filter classes, including E10 to E12 filters and H10 to H14 filters (for use in Europe). The classification shows the filter's level of effectiveness and the size of particles it can hold.

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Frame Design: Box Type, Flanged Type

Filter Media: Micro Glass Fiber

Available Class: H - 13; 99.97% Down to 0.3 6

                        : H - 14; 99.997% Down to 0.3 6

Separator: Aluminum Foil(H-13)

                 Thermoplastic Separator(H-14)

            High Temp. up to 250° C Suitability

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