Main features of HEPA, EPA, ULPA filters:
The HEPA, EPA, ULPA filters are used in places where the air purity requirement is very high.
The HEPA, EPA, ULPA filters are designed to protect both people and the environment.
The HEPA filters can remove the 0,3 micron or smaller particles from the air with 99.95% efficiency, therefore, capable of removing airborne bacteria and other particles with a low pressure differential.
Thanks to our advanced manufacturing technology we can create a large filter surface, therefore all of our HEPA, EPA and ULPA filters are characterized by a low differential pressure, coupled with a long lasting life. Low differential pressure keeps operating costs low.
Like our compact V-filters, we also make HEPA, EPA, ULPA filters with high-capacity V design, which provides an optimal air flow property of the filters, and can be achieved low pressure difference at high air volume (4000 m3/h) and high air velocity (3 m/s).
High surface → High air volume → Low pressure difference → Low operating cost → Long Lasting Life
Names of Filter classes:
EPA10 – EPA12: Efficiency Particulate Air filters
HEPA13 – HEPA14: High Efficiency Particulate Air filters
ULPA15 – ULPA17: Ultra Low Penetration Air filters
Our factory each HEPA, EPA, ULPA filter must pass through the strict individual inspection process.
Starting from the material testing at receiving of raw materials, through the examination of the individual components, finally leak test of the finished product according to EN1822 standard.
Afterwards, the labeling and packaging based on the individual serial number
Extremely high, up to 99.99995% efficient micro-glassfiber or synthetic filter media.
E10 (H10), E11 (H11), E12 (H12), H13, H14, U15: EN1822
approx. 70 Celsius degree.
Recommended final pressure difference:
E10-U15: 600 Pa
MDF, galvanized and stainless steel, aluminum, plastic
In addition to standard sizes, we also manufacturing in custom-size, standard and high capacity HEPA, EPA, ULPA filters.
Fields of application:
High efficiency endfilter of the supply and exhaust ventilation systems to fine particles (eg. smoke, oil mist), fungi, viruses, bacteria separation.
- Hospital operating rooms, intensive care units
- Electronic industry - manufacturing cleanroom
- Food industry - filling and packaging
- Pharmaceutical cleanrooms
- Welding smoke, oil mist extraction
- As prefilter for activated carbon filters .