HEPA filter – DFH – 150 MDF series


  • Applications : Cleanrooms, operating rooms,asbestos, industry
  • Frame : MDF
  • Seperators : Hot melt, aluminum
  • Filtration medium : glass fiber
  • Gasket : PU
  • Filtration class according to EN1822 : E10, E11, H13, H14
  • Maximum final pressure drop : 600 Pa
  • Maximum temperature : 70°C
  • Maximum relative humidity : 90%

 

EACH FILTER HAS ITS OWN TEST REPORT!

 

TECHNICAL DATA HEPA FILTER DFH (150 MDF)

The HEPA filter must be certified!

When choosing a HEPA filter, it is very important that they are certified. To be certified, HEPA filters must pass certain tests and meet EU requirements. In Europe, HEPA filters are classified according to the EN 1822 standard. Filters should be tested with MPPS ( most penetrating particle size). This particle size is between 0.12 and 0.3 μm. The EN 1822 standard shows that there are 3 main categories : EPA, HEPA and ULPA filters, where the efficiency of particles varies from lower capacity (EPA) to higher retention capacity in filters (ULPA). ULPA is mainly used in hospitals and laboratories.

HEPA H13-H14 filters are nowadays the most widely used filters for purifying indoor or outdoor air at e.g. homes, schools and offices, because they allow highly effective filtration and have an affordable price.

 

  • EPA “Efficient Particulate Air,” with classification levels: E10, E11 and E12.
  • HEPA “High Efficiency Particulate Air,” with two classification levels: H13 with an efficiency of 99.95% and H14 with 99.995%.
  • ULPA “Ultra Low Penetration Air,” with three classification levels U15, U16 and U17