Originally called high-efficiency particulate absorber but also sometimes called high-efficiency particulate arresting.
HEPA was commercialized in the 1950s, and the original term became a registered trademark, and later a generic term for highly efficient filters.
HEPA filters are often used by those who have asthma and severe allergy problems. The filters improve indoor air quality and are one of the most efficient filters on the market.
Varying standards define what qualifies as a HEPA filter. Efficiency at 99.97% on 0.3 micron and higher particle size.
Filter Media is usually Glass Fibre or Synthetic.
The frame, gasket, faceguard, efficiency, ratings, separator and sealants vary according to specifications.
- Large filter area
- Unique construction
- Very high dust retention
- Long filter lifetime
- Low energy consumption
- Corrosion free
- Easy installation
- High airflow rates
- High-performance media
- High surface area
Areas with high-volume airflow equipment and areas where fine filtration is required.
Hospitals / HVAC / AHU’s / Food and Beverages / Pharmaceuticals / Clean Rooms / Semi-Conductors / Power Generation / Medical facilities / Automotive and Aircraft.