Helior media used in the MEGAcel I filter is a proprietary, high-efficiency ePTFE media offering a lower initial pressure drop than conventional micro-fiberglass media. With a significantly lower operating resistance, energy consumption is less as a result of the decrease in required fan motor horsepower. This substantial energy reduction creates subsequent cost savings for the customer.
The MEGAcel I filter is engineered for energy-efficient operation in a variety of applications, including healthcare, pharmaceutical, electronic, food processing and laboratory environments. MEGAcel I filters are constructed using tapered aluminum separators to optimize pleat pack resistance. MEGAcel I filter with Helior media is highly resistant to corrosive environments, therefore reducing the risk of change-outs due to filter media degradation. Helior media is extremely durable with a tensile strength 8 times that of standard micro-fiberglass media. This provides a lower susceptibility to damage thereby reducing repairs in production and installation - resulting in higher yields. Helior HEPA/ULPA media was developed by AAF and is manufactured and tested in an ISO Class 7 environment, eliminating any potential for contamination.
AAF International, which is based in Louisville, Kentucky, has more than 2,600 employees, 25 manufacturing facilities and 5 R&D centers worldwide supporting sales offices in 69 countries. AAF designs, develops, and manufactures air filtration solutions for commercial, residential, industrial, clean room, transportation, fossil fuel plants and nuclear power applications. It also provides inlet air cooling and sound attenuation solutions for high-speed rotating machinery.
|SOURCE AAF International|
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