Air Filter Solutions

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The Micron Filtration  range of air filters is designed to fulfil the needs of our customers in a diverse selection of applications. From budget HVAC (heating, ventilation and air-conditioning) panel filters with cardboard or plastic frames, right through to panel air filters with coalescing and particle filtration capabilities for gas turbines, Micron Filtration can provide the solution for you.

Air Filters are manufactured to supply all types of air filtration products including Pleated, Synthetic and Glass Fibre Panel Filters. Glass Fibre and Synthetic Pocket Bag Filters. HEPA (High-efficiency particulate absorption) Filters. Metal Panel Filters in Aluminium, Stainless/Acid-Proof Steel, Galvanized Steel and Copper in most shapes and dimensions.

We also provide general use filter media, synthetic filter medias, washable reticulated foam filter media and filters that are used within hospitals, pharmaceuticals, health, gas adsorption and food industries helping to provide clean air for people and their environments.

Every air conditioning unit has a filter. The type of filter depends on the type of air conditioning system. A system with integrated ventilation requires a less effective filter.

The efficiency of a filter is measured in the percentage of arrestance of particles. Simply stated: what amount and size of particles do they stop?
Another factor in the efficiency of a filter is the air flow, or simply stated; the fan speed which defines how many m³ of air goes through the filter.

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Fine Fibre Media Air Filters

Coarse Fibre Media Air Filters

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Fine fibre media operates under a mechanical removal principle, and fibres do not lose efficiency over time. Their initial efficiency is indistinguishable from their actual efficiency over life, providing the user with the particle removal performance they have specified. Coarse fibres, because of their large size, are easier and less expensive to produce. Their primary effect of particle capture requires a charge imparted on the fibre during the manufacturing process. As the charge dissipates because of particulate loading, so does the efficiency of the filter. This is a critical condition, as 99% of all particles are under 1 micron in size — the range where these types of filters suffer critical loss of efficiency.