New Dust-Collector Filter Is Designed To Save Energy
A new HemiPleat Nano dust-collector filter from Camfil Farr Air Pollution Control is designed to provide higher filtration efficiencies, longer service life and lower pressure drop than other nano fiber filters on the market. The manufacturer uses a new technology to apply a thick layer of highly durable nano fibers to the surface of the HemiPleat filter, yielding a MERV 14 efficiency rating.
The HemiPleat Nano media is strong enough to handle difficult dust challenges, such as laser and plasma cutting, welding and thermal spray. It also can withstand rigorous pulse-cleaning for all types of dry dust applications, bringing longer service life and lower operational costs. The product line includes MERV 14 and MERV 16 efficiency options, with a choice of high performance standard or fire retardant cellulose-blend base media.
The new filter is also combines nano media with HemiPleat's open-pleat design. Open-pleat spacing can provide better utilization of the media pack, resulting in improved airflow through the cartridge for more efficient performance. Dust also releases more readily during pulse cleaning using less compressed air for many applications, bringing further energy savings. All HemiPleat filters carry a written performance guarantee to run at a lower pressure drop, meet or exceed current collection efficiencies and last longer.