Micratex FP-P-HT

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Galvanised steel frame allows operation in temperatures up to 120 °C.
An impressive 8.5 m² of filter area provides excellent dust holding capacity and a long service life.
Glass fibre paper media with no shedding or fibre loss.
Compact design simplifies storage and handling, and makes Micratex FP-P-HT ideal for use where space is limited.
Introduction

Designed to operate within the harshest of environments, Micratex FP-P-HT is the high temperature resistant version of our popular Micratex FP-P.

A galvanised steel frame allows this air filter to operate continuously in temperatures of up to 120 °C, meaning that even in the most inhospitable of conditions Micratex FP-P-HT will retain its high performance and rigidity.

A filter surface area of 8.5 m², coupled with a depth of only 88 mm and a light weight, mean that Micratex FP-P-HT provides a long life and low pressure drop in a compact, durable design.

Features
  • Operating temperature of up to 120 °C
    Suitable for use in the most extreme of operating environments
  • Glass fibre paper
    No fibre loss or shedding
  • Large filter surface of 8.5m²
    For a high dust holding capacity and long service life
  • Lightweight
    Easy to install, handle and remove
  • Low pressure drop
    Reduced energy consumption
  • Air flow up to 3000 m³/h per cell
    Suited for even the most demanding of applications
  • Self-supporting and rigid
    Provides a high burst pressure and eliminates dust migration
  • Compact with an installation depth of only 88 mm
    Easy to handle and store

Specification
Filter Class (EN 779) M6 - E12
Continuous Operating Temperature 120 °C
Maximum Relative Humidity 100%
Flammability Class K1/F1
Weight 2.0 kg - 3.0 kg
Media Format Pleated
Media Material Microfine glass fibre paper
Frame Material Galvanised Steel
Gasket Material Polyurethane
Incinerable No
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