HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air)
ULPA (Ultra Low Particulate Air)
This is recognised as the most effective and efficient in air filtration & air purification to control airborne particulate levels and it removes 99.9% of contaminants in the air. It is applied in biological safety cabinets, pharmaceutical industry, surgical /operation theatre, clinical, healthcare and various applications where clean room concept is taking place.
Filter Manufacturers – Micro Flow plays a vital role in maintaining clean air quality and ensuring general health and safety. Micro Flow is designed to capture and remove airborne pollutants such as dust, pollen, smoke, and bacteria. They have been around for many years and have undergone numerous changes in design and technology. One can trace the history of air filtering back to ancient civilizations, where people used materials such as cloth, leaves, and animal skins to filter air.
Different Filtration Requirements
Each type of air compressor has different filtration requirements, the three main types are reciprocating, rotary screw and centrifugal. The rotary screw variety for example, is designed for near continuous use and must therefore have fresh filters more often than reciprocating compressors that are used only intermittently. Although the air compressors themselves may vary, filters all have a similar design.
An air inlet and filter discharge may be found at either the same or opposing ends of the exhaust filter depending on how the air is moved through the unit. Depending on the filtration needs of a particular compressor application, filter materials include, but are not limited to, acrylic, aluminum wire screen, electrostatic fabric, fiberglass, paper, polyester, cotton or any combination. Each of these materials allows air, but not particulates to pass into the compressor.