The Compact P-Pleat is a disposable rigid bag filter, assembled in ‘vee-form’ sections, that uses 100% polypropylene as the filtering media. This media is manufactured using a specialised melt blown process, which results in a graded density structure. Coarse fibres upstream and fine fibres downstream maximises dust capture characteristics. Extruded polypropylene separators are then added to the pleated media in order to achieve a uniform ‘V’ pleat configuration, ensuring low initial resistance and a long filter life.
The Compact P-Pleat filter is assembled in V-form sections that use 100% polypropylene as the filtering media. The media is manufactured using a modified melt blown process, which results in a graded density structure. Coarse fibres upstream and fine fibres downstream maximises dust capture characteristics.
Another benefit that comes from the manufacturing process is the anti-microbial characteristics of the media. No chemicals have been added to achieve this characteristic. Extruded polypropylene separators are then added to the pleated media in order to achieve a uniform V-formation, ensuring low initial resistance and a longer filter life.
Durable and economical, the Compact P filter range is ideal for most HVAC applications. It is also suitable for use in industrial applications as a prefilter in high efficiency air filtration applications.
A significant benefit of all-polypropylene construction is the anti-microbial characteristics of the filter – the natural properties of polypropylene mean that no extra anti-microbial coatings are required.
This makes the Compact P filters an ideal choice for food preparations areas and processing plants
The final product is extremely durable with high compressive strength in the airflow direction. This durability also ensures that there is no damage to the pleats during transportation and storage. In addition, the Compact P rigid deep bed filter is environmentally friendly, being made of 100% polypropylene.
Compact P air filters are available in ratings F6 (60/65%), F7 (80/85%), F8 (90/95%) and F9 (90%+). The media is colour coded for easy identification of efficiency.
All filters tested to AS1324.2.4-5:
Air Filter Performance
Test laboratory is accredited by the National Association of Testing Authorities, Australia. Accreditation number 13213.