he new Nano V brings to the market an exciting change to the air filtration media. Formed through a mechanical process that integrates very fine fibre material in a manner where both coarse and fine fibres create a three dimensional structure. The coarse fibre provides the strength support and protection to the fine fibre material.
Through modelling we can adjust the gradient to deliver a consistent efficiency across the entire filter media.
The difference is the application of endless fibre lengths when creating the Nano V material. Typical modern-day products using synthetic or fibre glass material bond varying fibre lengths to each other and during filter life or poor handling this bonding can break off causing fibre ‘shed’ downstream.
The Nano-V fibre due its unique uniform consistency effectively banishes the age old problem of filter media shedding to the chronicles of yesterday. Anti-microbial characteristics of the filter mean that no extra antimicrobial coatings are required, making the Nano-V filter an ideal choice for food preparations areas and processing plants.
The Nano-V is a fully disposable light rigid filter, assembled in a ‘3-V’ style. The additional pleat depth provides improved air flow and lower pressure drop. The Nano-V remains 100% water and moisture resistant, offering no basis for microbial growth to occur. Nano-V remains silicon free and easily disposed, enabling it to be used within the paint industry
Unlike traditional synthetic or glass-fibre media, Nano media is constructed from long, continuous fibre lengths in controlled diameters to suit the desired performance rating of the filter. This means the Nano media is able to withstand shedding or ‘breaking-off’ of fibres which can be an issue with the short-fibre construction of synthetic or glass-fibre media types. The resulting media pack offers superior air handling capacity and more consistent filtration performance compared to equivalent-rating synthetic or glass-fibre products.
The new Nano V brings to the market an exciting change to the air filtration market. Formed through a mechanical process that integrates very fine fibre material in a manner where both coarse and fine fibres create a three-dimensional structure.
The coarse fibre provides the strength support and protection to the fine fibre material and through modelling we can adjust the gradient to deliver a consistent efficiency across the entire filter media.
The Nano-V is ideally suited for Premium HVAC Systems, Hospitals, Off-Shore and Rotating Machinery applications, due to its Hydrophobic and high-strength properties.
All filters are tested to EN 779:2012 and results shown are comparable when tested to the equivalent AS1324.1.
Air Filter Performance
All media contained and used in the NANO –V construction contains no harmful or cancer causing glass wool fibre material of the type that may irritate eyes,
skin and the respiratory system, through prolonged inhalation.