Produkta pārskats

  • Pieejams filtrācijas klasē E10 (EN1822:2009)
  • Kompaktais dizains samazina, uzglabāšanas, kravas un apstrādes izmaksas 
  • Stingrs un noturīgs polistirola korpuss nodrošina filtra materiāla drošu fiksāciju. 
EN1822
  • E10
Filtra dziļums
  • 149 mm
Filtra materiāla veids
  • Stikla šķiedra
Rāmja materiāls
  • Plastmasa
Atdalītāja veids
  • Stikla šķiedra
Blīves materiāls
  • Neoprēns
  • PU
Max. Darbības Temperatūra
  • 70 ˚C
Sertifikācija
  • UL900

High Efficiency — Low Resistance

Rated 95% on 0,3 μm particles, and a classification E10 to EN1822:2009, BioCel M-Pak filters have the advantage of a much lower pressure drop than a typical HEPA filter . BioCel M-Pak filters fill the gap between high-efficiency filters and ultra-high-efficiency HEPA's, at a much lower weight and pressure drop.

This compact, lightweight filter will withstand operating temperatures to 80 °C, if recommended final resistance is not exceeded. To maximise service life, use BioCel M-Pak filters with high quality AAF International prefilters.

Cost-Saving Design

Due to the smaller footprint of the BioCel M-Pak filter, less space is required for storage. M-Pak filters are approximately 50% lighter than conventional filters that have metal cell sides. Easy handling means reduced maintenance costs and time savings. Disposal costs are also reduced, as two M-Pak filters can be disposed of in the space as one filter.

Construction

The header and cell sides of the BioCel M-Pak filter are constructed of high-impact polystyrene. The design, which encloses a fixed media pack, creates a rugged filter that resists damage during shipping, handling and operation. All components of the BioCel M-Pak are fully incinerable.

Applications

The BioCel M-Pak filter is designed primarily to remove airborne biological contaminants in hospital-critical areas, and food and pharmaceutical processing plants. The filter is engineered to meet the exacting requirements of precision manufacturing operations and laboratories, where very high-efficiency filtration of fine particulate matter is necessary.


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