Product Overview

  • ISO 16890: ePM 2,5 and ePM 10
  • Filter class EN779:2012: M5, M6, and F7
  • Energy efficiency rating: C, D and E
  • Synthetic media
  • Reduced pressure drop for lower energy use
  • Fully incinerable with either a polyurethane or beechwood header for minimized environmental impact

Typical Applications

  • Commercial Buildings
  • Food and Beverage
  • Museums & Historic Storage
  • Schools and Universities
EN779
  • M6
  • F7
Media Type
  • Synthetic
Special Size Available
  • On request
Max. Operating Temperature
  • 70 ˚C
Frame Material
  • Polystyrene plastic
  • Galvanised Steel
Filter Depth
  • 635 mm

The DriPak SX filter provides reliable air filtration performance, with pockets made from synthetic material. This filter meets the requirements of the EN779:2012 standard, and energy consumption is certified based on Eurovent Energy Efficiency Classification. It is designed for installation as either pre- or final filtration in general air handling units for commercial and industrial applications. In combination with a polyurethane header, the DriPak SX filter is very easy to handle and install.

Improved Process Performance

The DriPak SX filter is available in filter classes M5 - F7 according to EN779:2012, tested and certified by Eurovent. The filtration performance is a direct consequence of the optimized airflow through specially designed tapered pockets, preventing pollution in the air handling unit and improving indoor air quality. The Ultra-variant option, with bacteriostatic treated media, provides protection against the formation of bacteria.

Environmental Savings

The DriPak SX filter provides an immediate sizeable reduction in energy consumption, compared to previous generations of pocket filters with similar synthetic media. Moreover, the energy consumption of this filter is certified based on the Eurovent Energy Efficiency Classification. Thus, this filter’s performance is completely transparent and proven. With the injection moulded polyurethane header, this air filter is also fully incinerable.

Beneficial Total Cost of Ownership

During its lifecycle, an air filter’s energy consumption accounts for as much as 80% of the total costs. On the other hand, the energy demand of the DriPak SX filter is lower in comparison to its equivalents made from similar synthetic material. The energy costs are therefore reduced. In combination with the lightweight and sturdy polyurethane header, filter changeout takes less time and therefore lowers maintenance costs.

 

Any Questions?