Economy, Standard and High Capacity medium efficiency pleated panel filters
Our extended surface pleated panel filters are designed for use in air filtration systems and equipment, as stand alone basic efficiency products or as pre-filters to higher efficiency bag, rigid box or cell type filter. As a standard offering, the Series 2000 and 3000 Filters achieve MERV 8, as ASHRAE STD. 52-2.
The 26 point clay coated, kraft-board die cut frame, diagonal and horizontal support members, radial wedge design and expanded metal media support create one of the most rigid filters of its type in the industry.
The media pack, comprised of 100% polypropylene fibers, is bonded to the inside perimeter of the enclosure frame by a moisture resistant adhesive, providing a continuous and positive seal.
The standard offering is rated by Underwriters Laboratories as Class II, per UL Standard 900.
The AIRFLOW PLEAT is designed so as to work suitably within built up filter banks and/or side access systems. Available in nominal 1”, 2” and 4” depths and 50 standard size offerings, this product is designed to fit most industrial and commercial applications with little or no system modification.
Rigid construction, extended surface and long service life are features and benefits which make the AIRFLOW PLEAT an excellent option for meeting the requirements today’s filtration market.
- Available in economy, standard and high capacity versions
- Series 1000 - MERV 7, Series 2000 and 3000 - MERV 8
- 26 point high wet strength clay coated kraft board die cut frame
- Radial pleat design
- Media is 100% synthetic fibers - water and bacteria resistant
- Media bonded to expanded metal support grid using water resistant adhesive
- Media bonded to frame using water resistant adhesive
- UL Class II rated as per UL 900 standard
- Series 1000 - 2" (8 pleat per lineal foot), 4" (7 pleat per lineal foot)
- Series 2000 - 2" (10 pleat per lineal foot), 4" (9 pleat per lineal foot)
- Series 3000 - 2" (15 pleat per lineal foot), 4" (11 pleat per lineal foot)
- Intermittent operating temperature not to exceed 180 degrees
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