Hepatex CR

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Anodised aluminium frame provides rigidity and strength, whilst minimising weight.
Twin face guards provide added protection and safety in operation.
Filter medium constructed from micro glass fibre, pleated with optimum height and density.

Hepatex CR filters are high-efficiency submicron particulate air filters designed to protect people, equipment and processes from airborne particulate contamination.

Available in either EPA filter, HEPA filter or ULPA filter efficiencies, Hepatex CR are used in situations requiring high or very high levels of air purity. They are primarily designed as intake air filters for low turbulence displacement (laminar) flow clean room ceilings and clean workbenches.

Typical applications can be found in: microelectronics, semiconductor manufacture, medicine, chemistry, pharmacy, microbiology, film and magnetic tape production, compact disc manufacture, laboratories and the
food industry.

  • Initial efficiency from 85% to 99.999995% for MPPS
    Suited to all types of applications
  • Optimised velocity distribution
    For stable air flow and longer life
  • Guaranteed leak-free
    For assured protection
  • Mechanically stable
    For optimum performance
  • Various frame types and sizes
    To suit all requirements
  • Two face guards and anodized aluminium frame
    For rigidity, strength and safety in operation
  • Integrated one-piece round, gel or knife edge gasket
    To ensure an air-tight seal in all environments
  • ULPACATS quality certificates available
    For guaranteed safety and performance
  • Low pressure drop
    Reduced energy consumption and operating costs

Filter Class (EN 779 & EN 1822) F9 - U17
Maximum Operating Temperature 70 °C (standard) / 120 °C (upon request)
Flammability Class K2/F2
Weight 1.8 kg - 21 kg
Media Format Mini-Pleat
Media Material Micro-glass fibre paper
Frame Material Anodised Aluminium
Gasket Material EPDM or Silicone
Incinerable No
Gallery Brochure

Also Consider

Configure Product

between 100 - 1830 mm
between 100 - 915 mm
between 70 - 150 mm

Did you know?

Synthetic media is more resistant to microbiological growth compared to micro glass media.