HEPA stands for High Efficiency Particulate Air. It is a type of air filter designed to trap and remove very small particles from the air, such as dust, pollen, pet dander, and some airborne pathogens. HEPA filters are commonly used in air purifiers, vacuum cleaners, and HVAC systems to improve indoor air quality. They are highly effective, capable of capturing particles as small as 0.3 microns with an efficiency of 99.97%. HEPA filters are particularly beneficial for people with allergies or respiratory conditions, as they help reduce airborne irritants.


Filter Class; E10 – E11 – E12 – H13 – H14

Sealing Compound; Two component polyurethane

Flammability Class; K2/F2 (K1/F1 available)

Design; V-Modul

Gasket; EPDM, EPDM Flat continuous and PU Foam

Media; High quality glass fibre

Separators; Hotmelt

Max. Operating Temperature; 75°C (“-T”; 120°C)

Max. Final Pressure Drop; 600 Pa

Frame type; Galvanized Steel (Stainless Steel available)

High Capacity Hepa Filters with V-design filter mats are ready to use for face velocities up to 3m/s (air volumes up to 4000m³/h) in several pack densities / casing / gasket materials.