|Filter Medium Material
|D. P. Engineers
|Aluminum / G.I.
|Box / Flange / Channel
|Max. Op. Temp.
|80 Degree C
Semi HEPA Filter
Air filtration of 0.3µ to 1µ w particles.Secondary filtration for in Critical Clean room Industry Such as Vaccine, Production Work, Injection filling Work etc.Final filtration in Minor 0.T S & in-patient-care, Photo Film Industry.
• Medium Material: Fiberglass
• Efficiency: 99.99%
• Filtration Grade: HEPA Filter
|Filtration Medium Material
A mini-pleat HEPA filter is a type of high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter that is designed with a specific pleating pattern and compact form factor. HEPA filters are known for their exceptional filtration efficiency, capturing at least 99.97% of particles that are 0.3 microns or larger in size. Mini-pleat HEPA filters are commonly used in various applications where the highest level of air purification is required. Here are some key features and uses of mini-pleat HEPA filters:
Pleating Design: Mini-pleat HEPA filters have a pleating design that increases their surface area. This design allows for more filter media within a compact frame, which enhances filtration efficiency while maintaining a relatively low airflow resistance.
Filtration Efficiency: Mini-pleat HEPA filters provide outstanding filtration efficiency, making them suitable for environments where maintaining extremely clean air is essential. They can effectively capture a wide range of contaminants, including dust, pollen, mold spores, bacteria, and even some viruses.
Applications: Mini-pleat HEPA filters are used in various applications, including:
Cleanrooms: They are commonly used in cleanrooms in industries like pharmaceuticals, electronics manufacturing, and biotechnology, where maintaining a sterile and particle-free environment is crucial.
Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities: These filters are used in hospital operating rooms, isolation rooms, and other critical areas to prevent the spread of airborne contaminants and pathogens.
Laboratories: Mini-pleat HEPA filters are used in research and testing laboratories to maintain clean and controlled air environments.
Nuclear Facilities: In nuclear facilities, these filters are used to prevent the release of radioactive particles into the environment.
Museums and Archives: To protect valuable artifacts and documents from dust and pollutants, mini-pleat HEPA filters may be used in climate-controlled storage and exhibition areas.