Hepatex N

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Integrated handle for ease of transportation and installation/removal.
One-piece front and end plate minimises risk of damage and provides rigidity.
Filter mat constructed from glass fibre paper features special thread spacers to keep pleats uniform.
Large active media area maximises service life.

Rigid, robust and compact; Hepatex N are designed to provide assured performance and safety in all types of applications.

Hepatex N filters are manufactured to international standard dimensions and designed for the separation of suspended matter in supply and exhaust air systems in industry, clean room applications, medical and nuclear installations.

For face velocities up to 3 m/s (air volumes up to 4000 m³/h), Hepatex N filters are available in various pack densities as well as with a variety of casing and gasket materials.

Available as either an EPA filter, HEPA filter or ULPA filter, Hepatex N are unique in regard to their compact and robust construction with a one-piece front and end plate, minimising risk of damage and maximising service life by allowing a large active media area.

  • Compact design
    Saves space and simplifies handling
  • Rigid and robust with one-piece front and end plate
    Minimises risk of damage and ensures ultimate performance
  • Large active media area
    Maximises service life and reduces disposal and maintenance costs
  • Low pressure drop
    Reduces energy consumption
  • Leak tested
    Guaranteed leak-free for assured safety and performance
  • Air flows up to 4,000 m³/h and efficiencies of F7 to U15
    For assured performance in all types of applications
  • Integrated handle
    For ease of installation and transportation
Filter Class (EN 779 & EN 1822) F7 / F9 / E11 / H13 / H14 / U15
Relative Humidity 100%
Weight 12 kg - 25 kg
Media Format Pleated
Media Material Glass Fibre
Frame Material Galvanised Steel / Stainless Steel / Chipboard
Gasket Material EPDM or Silicone
Incinerable No
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Did you know?

An additional 50 Pa of pressure drop will reduce the energy output of a gas turbine by approximately 0.1%. For example, a 420 MW turbine will lose 3,679,200 kWh per year assuming the machine operates 8,760 hours p.a.