Type MFE

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Type MFE

VERY COMPACT, FOR MODULAR INSTALLATION

Prefilters or final filters for the separation of fine dust and particulate filters for the most critical requirements in ventilation systems

  • Filter groups ISO eMP1 (fine dust filter) and EPA, HEPA (particulate filters)
  • Performance data tested according to ISO 16890 or to EN 1822-1 and ISO 29463-2 to ISO 29463-5
  • Eurovent certification for fine dust filters
  • Filter media for special requirements, made of glass fiber papers, with spacers made of textile threads
  • Low initial differential pressure due to ideal pleat position and largest possible filter area
  • Meets the hygiene requirements of VDI 6022

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Type MFE

VERY COMPACT, FOR MODULAR INSTALLATION

Prefilters or final filters for the separation of fine dust and particulate filters for the most critical requirements in ventilation systems

  • Filter groups ISO eMP1 (fine dust filter) and EPA, HEPA (particulate filters)
  • Performance data tested according to ISO 16890 or to EN 1822-1 and ISO 29463-2 to ISO 29463-5
  • Eurovent certification for fine dust filters
  • Filter media for special requirements, made of glass fiber papers, with spacers made of textile threads
  • Low initial differential pressure due to ideal pleat position and largest possible filter area
  • Meets the hygiene requirements of VDI 6022

APPLICATION

  • Mini Pleat filter element Type MFE for the separation of fine dust and suspended particles such as aerosols, toxic dusts, viruses and bacteria from the supply and extract air in ventilation systems with large volume flow rates and the requirement for long filter life
  • Fine dust filter: Prefilter or final filter for the separation of fine dust in ventilation systems
  • Particulate filter: Main or final filter used for the most critical requirements of air cleanliness and sterility in areas such as industry, research, medicine, pharmaceuticals, and nuclear engineering

SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS

  • Leakage test, standard for all particulate filters of filter class H13

CLASSIFICATION

  • Eurovent certification for fine dust filters

NOMINAL SIZES

  • B x H x D [in]

FILTER GROUPS

  • ISO ePM10 to ISO 16890
  • EPA according to EN 1822
  • HEPA according to EN 1822

FILTER CLASSES

  • ePM1 90%
  • E11
  • H13

CONSTRUCTION

  • GAL: Frame made of galvanized steel
  • AL: Frame made of aluminum

ACCESSORIES

  • Adhesive tape for sealing off the filter elements, width: 0.7″, length: 2.2″
  • One roll suffices for about 50 filter elements of size 24 x 2.6 x 8 in, for about 100 filter elements of size 3.4 x 8 x 24 in, or for about 70 filter elements of size 3.4 x 12 x 24 in
  • Order number: ACC-AT

CONSTRUCTION FEATURES

  • Compact wedge design
  • The filter elements are joined together by a special adhesive tape which also provides an air-tight seal between the filter elements and the mounting frame or installation casing
  • The special adhesive tape for sealing off the filter elements must be ordered separately

MATERIALS AND SURFACES

  • Filter media made of high-quality, moisture-resistant glass fiber papers, pleated
  • Spacers provide a uniform spacing of the pleats
  • Joint sealing compound made of permanently elastic two-component polyurethane adhesive
  • Frame made of either galvanized sheet steel or aluminum

STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES

  • Test according to ISO 16890; international standard for general room air distribution; classification of arrestance efficiency based on the measured fractional arrestance efficiency, which is processed into a reporting system for the fine dust arrestance efficiency (ePM)
  • For fine dust filters, the fractional arrestance efficiency of a certain size range is determined by aerosols (DEHS and KCI)
  • The filters are classified into filter groups ISO ePM1 depending on the tested values
  • Testing of particulate filters to EN 1822 (EPA, HEPA and ULPA filters): European standard for the testing of filtration performance in the factory, particle counting method using a liquid test aerosol
  • Uniform classification of particulate filters according to efficiency, using a test aerosol whose average particle size lies within the minimum efficiency (MPPS)
  • Particulate filters are classified according to the values determined for the local filtration efficiency and the overall filtration efficiency as EPA (filter classes E10, E11, E12), HEPA (filter classes H13, H14) or ULPA (filter classes U15, U16, U17)
  • Hygiene conformity: VDI 6022, VDI 3803, DIN 1946 Part 4, ÖNORM H 6020, SWKI VA 104-01 and SWKI 99-3 and EN 16798

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