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Filter Center

Air filtration systems are designed to draw polluted air from the room, and can only be as effective as the filter that is in it. Air, gas, and/or fumes are passed through a filter, and in some cases, a series of filters, in order to trap the harmful particulates and pollutants. As these respirable hazards are removed, the filtration system sends the clean air back throughout the room, thus eliminating the risk of being exposed to the pollutants.

Most air purification systems are dependent of the application being used, and require high efficiency filters such as HEPA and ULPA, or speciality filters such as, ASHRAE or Activated Carbon. In these cases, there is usually an industry standard set in place or an efficiency measurement that can only be met by using these specific filters.

The benefits of an efficient filter can be summarized as follows:
  • Limits the amount of exposure of respirable pollutants
  • Improves indoor air quality
  • Beneficial to operators suffering from allergies, asthma, or breathing problems
  • Longevity of filtration system
  • Compliance of government regulations
  • Protects the application that the filter is used for

High Efficiency Filters

To filter out harmful particulate and carcinogenic fumes, fume extractors and air purification systems utilize high efficiency HEPA, ASHRAE and ULPA filters to remove very small particles from the air.

ULPA | Highest Efficiency
HEPA | Higher Efficiency | Industry Standard
ASHRAE | High Efficiency

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Filter Particle Size Chart

The particle size chart displays the sizes of common objects and particulates, illustrated in the size of the micrometer (micron). This is a comparison chart for the use of a HEPA filter versus an ULPA filter.




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Activated Carbon Filters

Activated carbon granules containing a micro-porous internal structure, adsorb harmful chemical fume, noxious odors and volatile organic compounds. Best for applications requiring odor and chemical fume filtration.


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Specialty Blended Filters

Specialty blended filters are high-grade blended activated carbon filters, designed specifically for critical filtration applications such as the removal of acid gas, ammonia, mercury, aldehyde, and radioactive methyl iodide.


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Cleanable Filters

Micro-Pleat Series filter media has a MERV 16 efficiency rating and is manually cleaned by applying pressurized air to the exterior of the filter. Filter does not have to be removed during cleaning and excess waste falls into the internal dust pan for easy disposal. Best for high volume use applications where filter saturation may be more frequent.

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Reorder Filters

For best results, filters should be properly maintained and replaced. Replacement schedule is based upon application, load bearing, and filtration system run time.





Reorder Filters