H10 Compact HEPA Filter

November 02, 2023

The H10 compact HEPA filter ordered by the customers have been shipped.

H10 Compact HEPA Filter

H10 Compact HEPA Filter Product Detail:

Type: V-bank (4V)

Frame material: ABS + PVC

Filter media: Micro glass fibre paper

Slot gasket: Polyurethane

Filter class: H10 (EN1822)

Dim.: 592mmX592mmX292mm-4V


H10 Compact HEPA Filter Technical Datasheet:

TypeSize(mm)(HxWxD)Test Air flow(m³/h)Initial pressure(≤Pa)Media area(m²)Filter grade(EN1822)
V-Bank 592*592*292340014120H10

H10 Compact HEPA Filter Test Report

Initial pressure Test Report
Air flow(m³/h)1700255034004250
Initial pressure(≤Pa)6299140187
Filteration area(m²)20㎡

H10 Compact HEPA Filter

H10 Compact HEPA Filter

H10 Compact HEPA Filter

Compact Filter Buying Guide

A compact filter, often used in HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) systems, is a vital component for maintaining indoor air quality and the efficient operation of your heating and cooling equipment. When buying a compact filter, consider the following factors to ensure you choose the right one for your needs:


1. Filter Type:

   - Fiberglass Filters: These are affordable but have a lower filtration efficiency and may need frequent replacement.

   - Pleated Filters: They offer better filtration and typically last longer than fiberglass filters.

   - HEPA Filters: High-efficiency particulate Air (HEPA) filters provide the best filtration, capturing particles as small as 0.3 microns. They are ideal for those with allergies or asthma.


2. MERV Rating:

   - The Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value (MERV) rates a filter's ability to capture particles. Higher MERV ratings indicate better filtration. For residential use, filters with a MERV rating of 8 to 13 are suitable. However, very high MERV ratings can restrict airflow and strain your HVAC system.


3. Filter Size:

   - Ensure the filter size matches your HVAC system's specifications. The most common sizes for residential systems are 1-inch, 2-inch, and 4-inch filters. Measure your existing filter or check your HVAC manual for the correct size.


4. Filter Replacement Schedule:

   - Consider how often you are willing to replace the filter. Higher MERV-rated filters may need more frequent replacement due to increased particle capture.


5. Allergies and Indoor Air Quality:

   - If you or your family members suffer from allergies or respiratory issues, invest in a higher MERV-rated filter or even a HEPA filter for better air quality.


6. Compatibility:

   - Check if your HVAC system is compatible with a specific filter type or size. Some systems may require specialized filters, so consult your HVAC technician if you're unsure.


7. Budget:

   - Set a budget for filter replacement. While more efficient filters may cost more upfront, they can improve air quality and potentially reduce long-term HVAC maintenance costs.


8. Environmental Impact:

   - Consider environmentally friendly options like washable or reusable filters, which can reduce waste and save money over time.


9. Brand and Quality:

   - Choose reputable filter brands known for their quality and reliability. Read reviews and seek recommendations from HVAC professionals or trusted sources.


10. Installation and Maintenance:

   - Follow the manufacturer's instructions for installation and maintenance. Regularly check and replace filters as needed to ensure optimal performance and air quality.


11. Filter Housing or Frame:

   - Some filters come with a built-in housing or frame. If your HVAC system doesn't have one, you might need to purchase a separate filter housing or frame to hold the filter securely.


12. Custom Requirements:

   - If you have specific needs, such as a custom-sized filter or a filter with specialized features (e.g., odor removal), consult with a professional to find the right solution.


Remember that the right compact filter can help maintain a healthy indoor environment, improve HVAC system efficiency, and save on long-term maintenance costs. Consult with an HVAC technician for personalized advice on the best filter for your specific system and needs.