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High Temperature HEPA Filter Product Detail：
Frame material: SS316
Sealant: 250°C chemical-resistant red sealant
Partition: Aluminum foil
Filter material: Glass fiber
Temperature and humidity: 250°C, 80%
Filter class: H13 (EN1822)
Overall Eff.: 99.991%
|Model||Type||Size（mm）（HxWxD）||Air flow（m³/h）||Initial pressure（≤Pa）||Media area（m²）||Velocity（m/s）||Filter grade（EN1822）|
|YTGX||High temperature resistance||1195*1195 * 108||3400||250||1.41||0.67||H13|
What is a High Temperature HEPA Filter?
A High Temperature HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) filter is a specialized type of air filter designed to operate at elevated temperatures while still maintaining its filtration efficiency. HEPA filters are known for their ability to capture and remove very small particles from the air, including dust, pollen, mold spores, bacteria, and even some viruses.
Standard HEPA filters are typically designed to operate at room temperature and are not suitable for use in high-temperature environments. However, in some industrial or specialized applications, it is necessary to filter air at temperatures above the normal operating range of standard HEPA filters. This is where High Temperature HEPA filters come into play.
High Temperature HEPA filters are constructed using materials and designs that can withstand elevated temperatures, often ranging from 250°C (482°F) to 500°C (932°F) or even higher, depending on the specific application. These filters are commonly used in industries such as pharmaceutical manufacturing, chemical processing, semiconductor manufacturing, and certain types of manufacturing processes where high-temperature air or gases need to be filtered.
Key characteristics of High Temperature HEPA filters include:
1. Heat-Resistant Materials: These filters are typically constructed using materials that can withstand high temperatures without degrading or melting. This includes heat-resistant fibers and sealants.
2. Specialized Design: High Temperature HEPA filters may have a different structural design than standard HEPA filters to ensure they can handle the temperature extremes. This may include reinforced frames and gaskets.
3. Filtration Efficiency: Like standard HEPA filters, High Temperature HEPA filters maintain a high level of filtration efficiency, typically capturing at least 99.97% of particles that are 0.3 micrometers in size or larger.
4. Application-Specific: The selection of a High Temperature HEPA filter depends on the specific application and the required operating temperature. Some applications may require filters capable of withstanding extremely high temperatures.
It's important to choose the right type of High Temperature HEPA filter for a given application to ensure both effective filtration and safe operation in high-temperature environments. Regular maintenance and replacement of these filters are also crucial to ensure their continued effectiveness and safety.
As people's concern for air quality continues to grow, air purifiers have gradually become essential for homes and workplaces. Among the components of an air purifier, the filter plays a critical role.
In conclusion, the continued reliance on HEPA filters in the pharmaceutical industry is not only a current necessity but also a foundation for future advancements that will further elevate the standards of air quality and product quality in pharmaceutical manufacturing.