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Halton Product catalogue of air filtration

Enabling Wellbeing

Air Filtration Catalog/1112/ENG

Halton

- Enabling wellbeing

Halton is one of the global leaders in indoor climate and indoor


environment products, services and solutions. Comprehensive air
filtration product range includes both mechanical and chemical air
purification products and solutions that are suitable for production and
office facilities, hospitals, laboratories, and homes. Our products are
a safe solution: they meet both official demands and standards. Like
all other Halton products, they offer high quality and safe as well as
indoor environment energy efficiently.
From Haltons product range can be found filtration solutions for
different applications suitable for offices and industry, as well as
ranging from fine and coarse to HEPA and gas filtration.

Filter material is available

Coarse bag filter is the

A fine filter manufactured

in glass fibre and synthetic

solution for removing the

from glass fibre removes

materials. Coarse glass fibre

largest particles, such as sand

efficiently bacteria and

mat is used for separation

and pollen, from the air.

particles, as well as a

of particles e.g. in paint-

large part of the emissions

booth systems or carpenters

caused by traffic and energy

workshops and metal industry.

production.

HEPA-filter removes almost

Carbon filters are used for

Filter housing is used for

100 % of the impurities in the

removing gaseous compounds

assembly of filters if the

air. These types of filters are

and odours from the air.

filter needs to be located in

used in hospitals and industry.

the duct system. Housing


is manufactured for pocket-,
panel-, HEPA- and cylindrical
carbon filters.

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Content

Product catalogue of air filtration

Halton and necessary air filtration

Technical requirements of filtration


- Standards and classification of Fine and Coarse filtration
- Standards and classification of HEPA-filtration

Filter materials

Coarse filters

Medium and Fine filters

EPA, HEPA and ULPA filters

Gas filtration

Filters for special applications

Optional accessories

Installation instructions and filter design

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Offices

P ublic facilities

K itchen s, restauran ts and hotels

Halton Expert in air purification


Haltons comprehensive product range includes both me-

ment and energy efficiency of the filtration. The most suit-

chanical and chemical air purification products and solu-

able filter solution can be found through the evaluation.

tions that are suitable for production and office facilities,

We recycle used filters if necessary.

hospitals, laboratories and homes. Our products are a


safe solution: they meet both official demands and stand-

Certified quality

ards. Like all other Halton products, they offer high quality

The aims of high quality and environment friendliness

and safe as well as indoor environment energy efficiently.

are our driving forces. Halton has been granted ISO 9001
quality certificate as well as ISO 14001 environmental certificate. Additionally, Haltons products are
Eurovent certified.

From evaluation to recycling


Site survey and filter optimization is usually included in

Our main office is in Helsinki and our production facilities

Haltons services ensuring the quality of indoor environ-

are in Orimattila, Finland and Dunaharaszti, Hungary.

Halton BRIEFLY
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H ealth ca r e facilities

In d ustry

Marin e an d offshore

rants. Halton is also one of the most known providers of

Part of Halton Group

indoor environment solutions for marine and offshore faHalton Clean Air is part of international Halton Group.

cilities. Haltons areas of expertise and products are air dif-

Halton is a family business specializing in indoor environ-

fusion, airflow management, fire safety, kitchen ventila-

ment products, solutions and services. Halton creates for

tion, air purification and indoor environment management.

its clients pleasant and safe indoor environments that are


sustainable and energy efficient during their entire life cy-

We serve our clients all around the world. Halton operates

cle.

in 23 countries and has agents in another 20 countries.


Our products are manufactured in 5 continents close to

Indoor air solutions from start to finish

the markets. Additionally our indoor environment laborato-

We provide solutions for commercial and public facilities

ries on three continents enable development of solutions

as well as for industry, professional kitchens and restau-

and indoor environment testing close to our clients.

Halton BRIEFLY
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Typical air impurities, Particle sizes and Filter types


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EPA-, HEPA- AND ULPA FILTERS H10-U17
90

FINE DUST FILTERS F7-F9

ADSORPTION
FILTERS

MEDIUM DUST FILTERS M5-M6

F9

80

F8 F7

M6

COARSE DUST FILTERS G1-G4

M5

FOG AND MIST


OIL MIST
70

SAND DUST
GRINDING DUST
FOUNDRY DUST

EFFICIENCY, %

60

WELDING SMOKE
FERTILIZERS

50

ASBESTOS DUST
COAL DUST

TOBACCO SMOKE
40

CEMENT DUST
SMOKE PARTICLES
CARBON DUST

30
PAINT PARTICLES
SPORES
DIESEL PARTICLES

20

POLLEN
HEAVY INDUSTRIAL DUST

10

HAIR

VIRUSES
BACTERIA

0.001

0.002

0.005

0.01

0.02

0.05

0.1

0.2

0.5

10

20

PARTICLE SIZE, m

Demand based indoor air


Reliable deliveries are a matter of honour at Halton. As a

delivering easier and faster. Placing the order is easy and

European filter manufacturer we use only the best mate-

can be done by phone, e-mail, fax or by making a contract

rials and state of the art technology. Through our effecti-

with our sales person in advance.

ve distribution system we deliver the requested filters to


their destination at the agreed time. We are close to our

Our filter production facilities are located in Finland and

clients and our extensive network of sales and services

Hungary, and we deliver every filter with no backorders

are always available.

exactly when they are needed. Our broad range of products and flexible production enables the fast and time-

To make sure you get the solution and design you need

ly deliveries of every filter, even with tailored dimensions.

we recommend you go through carefully the specifica-

We mark every delivery with ventilation equipment speci-

tions of your facility with our sales person before ordering

fic information, which makes the maintenance of your fa-

the filters. The requirements of your air filtration solution

cility easier.

are the base of the order, which makes both ordering and

DEMAND BASED INDOOR AIR


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Appropriate filtration solution saves energy

Once the filter is clogged, the airflow passing through

Our experts examine the ventilation system of your

it decreases significantly and increases the energy

building during the building assessment, and design

consumption. Depending on the amount of use, the

optimal filters for each location. This is how we can be

recommended replacement interval is approximately 6

sure the filtration meets the requirements and functions

months. In two stage filtering the coarse filter should

energy efficiently without unnecessarily broken filters.

be replaced every 3-6 months and the fine filters

Things to consider when choosing a solution include the

every 6-12 months. More information regarding the

environment, equipment and intended use of the facility.

replacement can be found in this publications part;


Installation/replacing bag filters.

Equipment specific assessment


Assessment of filtration system is always equipment

The replacement interval for HEPA filters is usually a

specific. It includes among other things information on the

fixed time, for example 12 or 24 months, and it is based

facility, number of the air handling unit, range of operation

on maintaining the cleanliness of the space and the

and location as well as measurements for the filters fitted

maintenance routines of the facility. It is also assumed

in the machine. Once the precise location of the equipment

that there is a multistage filtering solution before the

is known, the right filter will definitely end up in the right

HEPA filter. Such a solution prevents HEPA filter from

place. A sign on the air handling unit filter section usually

clogging with large particles. If there is no multistage

has the following information: machine number, air flow

filtering, the HEPA filter needs to be replaced at least

rate and filter class. Sometimes also the type of filters and/

every 12 months or according to differential-pressure

or surface area required of the filter.

measurements.

Replacement interval of filters


Appropriately measured filtration solution is designed

In case of gas filtration life cycle, see Gas filtration

according to the air handling units dimension,

assessment, design and delivery.

airflow rate, and indoor air quality targets. Air


filters replacement interval depends on the
specific equipments inner/outer conditions, the
desired filtration results, filter material, and energy
consumption estimate.

Replacement interval recommendation

If the only used indicator for replacement is pressure

Single stage filtering:

3-6 months

drop, it wont tell reliably when the filter needs to be

Two-stage filtering:

3-6 months (pre-filter),

replaced or the filters hygienic status it will only

6-12 months (fine filter)

tell the very last moment to change to a new filter.

DEFINING CUSTOMER REQUIREMENTS


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Defining customer requirements

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Dimensioning a right solution


Filter choice impacts on product lifetime and facilitys

Appropriate amount of surface area impacts:

energy costs

Filters expected lifetime

It is relevant to the ventilation systems functionality that

Filter efficiency

the filters are dimensioned properly. Air handling units

Energy consumption of the ventilation equipment

technical properties, such as the air flow rate and physical


measurements define what kind of filters should be used.

Calculating the correct surface area


Calculations for filters filtering medias surface area

Effects of the filters filtering surface area

are based on ventilation equipments air flow rate and

In terms of filter functionality it is relevant that the airflow

selected filtering class. The formula for calculating the

velocity (m/s); air pushed through the filtering material is

surface area is:

appropriate. The airflow velocity is controlled with filters


surface area: the more effective the air handling unit is,
Airflow (m/s)

________________________ = needed surface area (m)

the more surface area is needed. The amount of surface


area also depends on the level of filtering: the higher the

Air material speed (m/s)

level of filtering, the greater is the pressure drop over the


filtering media.

Site survey based customer solutions


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Because there is space for 6 filters, in each filters there

Filter class for an office space is F7, the ventilation

must be a surface area of 9 m (54 m / 6).

equipments airflow is 5,4 m /s and theres space for


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six standard sized filters in the air handling unit. In the

2) Choose an appropriate standard sized filter with a

selected class the desirable airflow velocity through the

surface area at least 9 m.

filtering fabric is 0,10 m/s. In order to have the right air

Num

ber o

flow speed through the material, the filtering surface area

f poc

kets

must be large enough.

5,4
m/s
__________
= 54 (m)
0,10 m/s

Width

De
pt
h

Height

1) Necessary surface area:

A case study 2: Calculation of air velocity and

NOTE! It is not usually possible to find out the

review of pressure drop

products pressure drop from a product chart, but the

You want to find out if the chosen filter is right for your

Halton LCC software calculates mathematical pressure

air handling unit. The airflow rate passing through the

drop by using several parameters. The sales personnel

filter is 0.900 m3/ s and the chosen filter class is glass

at Halton can tell you all about your products suitability.

fibre F7 filter. Its size is 592x592 mm and the length of


the pocket 635 mm and it has 10 pockets. Additionally
you want to know this filters pressure drop.

Typical problems
If the surface area is too small in relation to the airflow,

1) Calculate the filters surface area


597 mm * 635 mm x 10 x 2 = 7.58 m

in the worst case scenario, the filter can be torn due to


added stress from the pressure. It is also possible that

(Mean height of the filter pocket x Pocket length x

force of the pressure on too small surface area loosens

Pocket amount x 2)

the dust particles and they flow in to the duct and into
the indoor air. The filters surface area is proportional

Desired airflow rate is 0.900 m / s and it is inspected

to its lifetime expectation and its operational

for airflow rate/surface area

effectiveness.

0.9 m3/s / 7.58 m2 = 0.119 m/s.

It is also possible that the location of the equipment

This airflow velocity is within the range of acceptable

in relation to the duct has been designed or built

values for the given filter class, under 0.15 m/s.

improperly, so that the air flow to the filter section is

very turbulent and it is directed on only one filter or


2) The choice of filter is done and we can go on to

filter pocket surface and thus causes a broken filter

inspect the products pressure drop.

even though mathematically the filter is within the


accepted limits. In this situation, often there is not

Haltons LCC software calculates the pressure drop as

much else to be done except to make changes to the

86 Pa.

air handling unit and/or the ductwork.

Site survey based customer solutions


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A case study 1: Calculation of filtration area

Defining life expectancy

Right product for right location


Halton offers a broad range of gas filtration products from
light smell control to heavy-duty industrial solutions. Our

Considering the complete process cuts costs

local sales people and experts will help to assess the

Deciding when its time to replace a chemical filter

conditions in the facility and find the right solution.

happens a bit differently than with mechanical filtration.


For instance, with chemical filters the pressure drop

Replaceable filters

doesnt really increase with age, so the replacement

Halton provides a wide variety of different gas filtration

interval cant be based on that. Information on when its

products. Once there is enough information of the

time to change a new filter can and should be gathered

conditions in the facility, a filter with the right filtering

with different methods. One way to get information on

capacity and connection type can be chosen. Some of the

the condition of the filtration media is a material analysis

gas filtration products demand their own individual frames,

performed in a laboratory. Other ways include corrosion

some fit directly into bag filter rails (25 mm rail) and some

plates, estimating filter performance based on smell

can be fitted into regular rails with an additional fitting

and different electro-chemical indicators. Knowing the

accessory. In heavy-duty gas filtration units particles and

processes and performance environment in the facility as

gases can be filtrated with separate products, in lighter

well as recording and analyzing past results are keys to

solutions the same filter can have both gas filtration and

finding well-timed replacement interval.

classified particle filtration.

When ways of defining the life expectancy of gas filtration

For more information on replaceable filter options, see

are planned in accordance with the conditions in the

chapter Gas filtration assets.

individual facility, it is usually possible to reduce the


amount of testing and attached costs.

Gas filtration
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Gas filtration assets, measurement and


delivery

Gas filtration

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Environment and disposal


Environmental impact

disposal by burning or gathering at dumping area can be

The environmental impact of the filter includes its who-

justified in some cases. Considering the environment avai-

le service life starting from raw material processing, ma-

lable alternatives of disposal, the sort of waste, the way

nufacturing of the filter itself, energy consumption during

of collecting waste, distance of transport and the way of

the use, transportation and finally to the disposal. Haltons

transport are the factors which will affect the most useful

aim is to work comprehensively towards environmental-

alternative of disposal. For that reason Halton has many

ly friendly solutions without making any compromises in

different frame and filtering material options in the pro-

filtration efficiency. This is done by investing in continuous

duct range. Different material options are complementary

product development, increasing the efficiency of its own

to each other and make possible to find the best solution

business and knowing customers operating environment.

for the customers needs in different facilities.

In a key position is the continuous co-operation with the


best partners in the business.

The most common ways of disposal


All Halton filters can usually be recycled and utilized as

Disposal is a local thing

energy waste through industrial processes. This is an ef-

The filter is composed of the frame and the filter material.

ficient way to reduce the amount of trash gathered at

In addition the filter will collect impurities from the air du-

dumpsites and to follow the obligation to reuse waste

ring the use. The used filter can be disposed in many dif-

mandated by waste laws. Used filters can easily be de-

ferent ways. The way of disposal which will be environ-

molished as unsorted waste as well. Before demolition it

mentally friendliest, depends on local circumstances. The

must be made sure that the levels of impurities filtered by

recycling of the material is the best alternative, but the

the product do not exceed the officially stated levels.

Environment and disposal


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Our main goal is to enhance our clients profitability by improving indoor air quality with new energy and environment
saving indoor air solutions. We operate responsibly and honestly. Our quality is built on among other things following ingredients.
Haltons fine filters are Eurovent certified. That means that
our filters are tested in an independent laboratory. This way
the quality of our products and the accuracy of our marketing material are ensured. Halton is one of the few European
manufacturers, to whom this certificate has been rewarded.
In addition to Eurovent certified tests we test new material
shipments regularly at VTT, Technical Research Center of Finland. Therefore our clients can be assured of the quality of
the Halton products. If necessary, the test reports are availa-

Eurovent - Know what you are buying

ble through our Regional Sales Managers.

When our clients buy Halton fine filters they can be assured
they will receive high quality filters. Europes air conditioning

Quality and environmental aspects guide our operations.

and cooling industrys manufacturers association, Eurovents

Halton has been rewarded the ISO 9001 quality certificate

certification tells you that our products are tested by

and ISO 14001 environmental certificate. As an environmen-

independent research laboratory SP in Sweden and VTT,

tally responsible player we have also begun preparations for

Technical Research Centre of Finland and that the compa-

calculating our carbon footprint. Our aim is to reduce green-

nys published product information must be accurate. All of

house gas emissions while achieving cost reductions by en-

our fine filters must meet the requirements of the latest

hancing our operations.

EN 779 standard.

Trust a certified supplier


Only Eurovent certified suppliers product information and
markings are monitored independently. Eurovent tests
Haltons fine filters every year in an independent research facility and the published information must match the test results. To ensure quality operations all Eurovent certified suppliers are required to have ISO 9001 or similar quality system.
Halton participates in the ECC Programme for Fine Air Filters. Check ongoing validity of certificate:
www.eurovent-certification.com or www.certiflash.com

ORGANISATION
CERTIFIED BY
AIR FILTERS
CLASS M5-F9

ISO 9001
ISO 14001

QUALITY CONTROL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES


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Quality control and environmental issues

About 70-80 % of the air filtration costs come from


energy consumption. The principle is that the filter
should filter air pollutants as effectively as possible while
causing as little resistance to the air flow, i.e. pressure
drop, as possible. The less there is pressure drop, the
less energy is spent, and the more money is saved. It is
worth remembering that usually a smaller pressure drop
also means lower efficiency. Energy consumption should
not be the main driver in choosing air filters. The filter
efficiency should always come first.
Haltons filters are manufactured with a method that
guarantees their optimal functionality as well as small
pressure drop. Energy efficiency is ensured with Haltons
LCC software, with which comparative results can be
calculated for different filter classes and surface areas
in the clients environment. Life cycle calculation looks
into ventilations capital costs, energy costs, cost of
maintenance and cost of disposal. Haltons LCC software
has been developed together with VTT, Technical Research
Centre of Finland, and it presents the energy saving
potential of each facility in clear pictures and graphics.

LIFE CYCLE CALCULATION


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Life cycle calculation(LCC)

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Instructions on how to choose a filter


These days building maintenance is more technical than

What kind of space/spaces the air filtration serves?

ever and it requires reliable and competent partners.

What is the required filter class of the facility?

Haltons task is to work comprehensively towards cleaner

What kinds of impurities are there in the surrounding

indoor air thus providing added value to our clients. We

air?

design, assess and maintain our clients filter systems. As

What are the technical demands of the site, in other

a big supplier we are able to guarantee on-time deliveries

words the technical attributes of the ventilation equip-

and installations.

ment as well as the type and size of the filters?

Below is a list of things to consider, when choosing filters

When you are asking for an offer

and filter suppliers. Choosing the correct filter is one of

Make sure you operate with a reliable partner, who knows

the most important factors in the economic maintenance

the industry. Filter supplier should be required among

of quality ventilation system, so its worth putting thought

other things to have:

into it.

Third party certificate (e.g. Eurovent)


ISO 9001 quality certificate

Assessing the need for filtration

ISO 14001 environment certificate

In order to have the best possible filtration results, invest

Expertice to do professional site surveys

time on selecting the right filter with the help of an

Broad range of products and high performance capability

expert. Find answers to at least the following important

Readiness to offer LCC-calculations

questions:

Possibility to offer regular training and guiding to clients

INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO CHOOSE A FILTER SUPPLIER


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EN 779:2012

Fine filters (F7-F9) are tested otherwise in the same

EN 779 standards defines the test methods and filtrati-

way as medium filters, but additionally a discharge test

on classifications for coarse (G1-G4), medium (M5-M6)

with isopropanol is performed.

and fine (F7-F9) filters. EN 779 standard includes three


different test methods depending on what filter class

In all methods the dust holding capacity is measured

will be examined.

until the final test pressure drop is reached.


The filters are supposed to be tested without extra mo-

Coarse filters (G1-G4) are tested according to the gravi-

difications or any pre-treatment or preparation.

metric method (arrestance, dust holding capacity). The


removal of dust is measured by loading the filter step

The EN 779:2012 report includes initial test results

by step with ASHRAE-dust, in constant air flow until

(when filter is new), curves indicating pressure drop,

their final pressure reaches 250 Pa. Filters are classified

particle efficiency (0,4 m) and arrestance for synthetic

according to the average arrestance of these individual

dust as a function of the mass of dust fed.

arrestance measurements.

The average efficiency and arrestance at different final


pressure drops are also to be reported. The efficiency

Medium filters (M5-M6) are tested for their ability to

of initial untreated material, together with the efficien-

remove (DEHS) particles. The fractional efficiency is

cy for discharged material, must also be reported in the

measured by particle size between 0,2 m and 3 m.

test summary, but does not effect the filters classifica-

The fractional efficiency is measured as new and then

tion.

after several loading phases with the ASHRAE-dust.


DEHS aerosol is used for measurement between each
loading phase and after the last loading until their final
pressure reaches 450 Pa. It is then possible to calculate for each different particle size the average efficiency of an individual measurement. Filters are only classified according to their average efficiency of 0,4 m
particles.

Classification standard EN 779:2012


Class

Final
pressure
drop

Average
arrestance
(Am)
of synthetic

Avergae
efficiency (Em)
of 0.4mm
particles

Discharge
efficiency
of 0.4mm
particles

dust
Pa

G1

250

50 < Am < 65

G2

250

65 < Am < 80

G3

250

80 < Am < 90

that the average efficiency (classi-

G4

250

90 < Am

M5

450

40 < Em < 60

fication) can be a completely mis-

M6

450

60 < Em < 80

F7

450

80 < Em < 90

35

initial efficiency, can after dischar-

F8

450

90 < Em < 95

55

ge drop significantly in operating

F9

450

95 < Em

70

conditions.

STANDARDS FOR HVAC FILTERS


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Notice! It should be remarked

leading value. Filters with high

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Test and standards for HVAC filters

EN 13779 defines the indoor air quality (IDA) in occupied

For achieving the indoor air quality, which is in reference

zones in 4 categories. There are no default values for

with outdoor air quality, is specified in the Appendix A of

these categories (it is outside the scope of the standard).

the standard.

However local or national regulations may define CO2


levels, airflow rates or concentration levels of specific
pollutants.

EN 13779 The use of air filters according to the Guidelines for Good Practice
Outdoor Air Quality

Indoor Air Quality


IDA 1 (high)

ODA 1 (pure air)

IDA 3 (moderate)

IDA 4 (low)

F9

F8

F7

M5

F7+F9

M6+F8

M5+F7

M5+M6

F7+GF*)+F9

F7+GF*)+F9

M5+F7

M5+M6

ODA 2 (dust)
ODA 3 (very high concentrations of dust or gases)
*) GF = Gas filter

IDA 2 (medium)

For hygienic reasons outdoor air should be filtered in two

The filters in the second filtration stage, as well as fil-

stages (at least for IDA1 and IDA2) and with minimum

ters in exhaust or recycled air systems, should be rep-

F7 filter quality. Minimum M5 quality should be used for

laced after 4000 hours of operation or maximum of two

exhaust air.

years.
For hygienic reasons, the filters should be replaced af-

Gas filters are recommended in areas of category ODA3

ter the main pollen and spore season in the autumn. If

and it can also be a good solution in category ODA2 in

requirements are stringent, the filters can also be chan-

case of gaseous pollutant outdoor.

ged in the spring after the mechanical heating system


during the winter has been switched off.

Gas filters should generally be combined with filters F8 or


F9. It is important to protect the filters from getting wet

EN 1886 Filter bypass

and to achieve that, then the relative humidity should be

Filter casing/frame and filters connecting surface must be

less than 80 %.

as tight as possible to avoid filter bypass. Acceptable filter


bypass in a ventilation system and the measurement con-

Filter replacement

ditions have been stated in standard EN 1886. The values

The filters in the first filtration stage should be replaced

for the highest accepted filter bypass amounts given by

after 2000 hours of operation or maximum one year.

the standard are presented in table below.

Test pressure and the highest accepted filter bypass amounts (total bypass) as percentage of flow
capacity in different filter classes, EN 1886
Filter class

Test pressure (Pa)

Highest accepted bypass (%)

M5

400

M6

400

F7

400

F8

400

F9

400

0,5

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EN 13779 Indoor air classification and requirements

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Standards and classification of HEPA-filtration


EN 1822: EPA, HEPA and ULPA filters

is considered. The filter class is assigned according to the

EPA (Efficiency Particulate Air filters), HEPA (High

test results. Filter classes H13-U17 are given a special

Efficiency Particulate Air filters) and ULPA (Ultra Low

test certificate, which clarifies the distinctive test results

Penetration Air filters) filters are tested and classified

of the filter.

in Europe according to the EN 1822:2009 standard.


The class and grouping are based on filters average

EN 14644: Using HEPA filters in cleanroom applications

efficiency/penetration. In a test consistent with the

HEPA filters are used to ensure the air purity in

standard airflow is pushed through the filter at its nominal

various demanding facilities. For example, in hospitals,

air flow. Dust with average particle size best suited to

medical research, nuclear technology, war technology,

pass through the filter material (MPPS, Most Penetrating

microelectronics, food industry and space technology.

Particle Size) is fed into the airflow and the amount of


particles is measured both before and after the filter.

Classification of cleanrooms and other controlled

The filter is assigned both a local efficiency/penetration

environments according to the amount airborne particles

value, in which the surface of the filter is scanned to find

is defined in standard EN ISO 14644. Airborne particulate

possible local bypasses as well as an overall efficiency/

cleanliness is marked with an ISO classification number.

penetration value, in which the average of the whole filter

Standards of HEPA-filtration
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Filter class

Overall

Local

Efficiency (%)

Penetration (%)

Efficiency (%)

Penetration (%)

E10 (H10)

85

15

E11 (H11)

95

E12 (H12)

99,5

0,5

H13

99,95

0,05

99,75

0,25

H14

99,995

0,005

99,975

0,025

U15

99,9995

0,0005

99,9975

0,0025

U16

99,99995

0,00005

99,99975

0,00025

U17

99,999995

0,000005

99,9999

0,0001

Cleanliness classification according to EN ISO 14644


ISO
classification number
ISO class 1

Highest particle amounts (particle/m3 air) for particles, which are as big or bigger than shown below.
0,1 m

0,2 m

10

0,3 m

0,5 m

1 m

5 m

ISO class 2

100

24

10

ISO class 3

1000

237

102

35

ISO class 4

10000

2370

1020

352

83

ISO class 5

100000

23700

10200

3520

832

29

ISO class 6

1000000

237000

102000

35200

8320

293

ISO class 7

352000

83200

2930

ISO class 8

3520000

832000

29300

ISO class 9

35200000

8320000

293000

In addition to cleanliness classification, the EN ISO 14644

In addition to demanding industrial or research facilities,

standard deals with cleanroom design, building, testing,

HEPA filters can be used when very high efficiency filters

use and monitoring. Besides monitoring the quality of the

are used for example because of allergies. Together with

filter having control of these other factors is extremely

a gas filter, EPA, HEPA and ULPA filters can be used

important in order to achieve the particle levels set for

to eliminate odours and smoke for instance in kitchen

the cleanroom. Proper pressurization, sealing of the

environments.

structures and ventilation, movement and clothing of the


personnel, cleaning methods of the spaces and control
of the equipment used in them have an important role in
controlling the particle amounts of the cleanroom.

Standards of HEPA-filtration
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EN 1822:2009 classes for EPA, HEPA and ULPA filters

Glass fibre filter media


Applications
Glass fibre filter medias have been designed specifically
for certain usage, e.g. for dry dust, paint particles or dust
separation.
Paint stop media is used for the separation of ink mist
in paint-booth systems and colour spraying cabins in the
automotive industry or other manufacturing plants. Media
binds the colour particles and protects the air ducts,
ventilators and motors.
Dust stop media is used for the separation of dry dust in
carpenters workshops, metal industry, etc. The media is
treated with antibacterial dust bonding agent to improve
dry dust collection.
Materials
The glass fibre medias are made of progressive mounted
materials.
Sizes
Media is available in rolls or cut-to-size according to
customers requirements.
Specifications
Glass fibre media type

Paint stop

Dust stop

Filter class (EN 779)

G2, G3*

G3*, G4

Thickness (mm)

50, 70*

50*, 100

Colour
* Material on stock

Green

Yellow

Glass fibre media type

CL-PAINTSTOP

Filter class (dust/paint)


Fire classification
Colour

CL-PAINTSTOP

CL-DUSTSTOP

CL-DUSTSTOP

G2

G3

G3

G4

DIN53438

DIN53438

DIN53438

DIN53438

Green

Green

Yellow

Yellow

Material density, g/m2

210

240

220

360

Thickness, mm

50

70

50

100

Roll sizes, m**

1x20, 1.5x20, 2x20

2x20

0.52x20, 0.61x20

0.52x20, 0.61x20

Glass fibre

Glass fibre

Glass fibre

Glass fibre

Fibre composition
** Check availability

Technical specifications

Rated air volume, m3/h

CL-PAINTSTOP

CL-PAINTSTOP

CL-DUSTSTOP

2 500-6 300

2 500-6 300

9 000-10 800

6-30

14-60

50

60

Effective filtration area during the test, m2


Initial pressure loss in nominal air flow (100 %), Pa
Recommended final pressure loss in nominal air flow (100 %), Pa

CL-DUSTSTOP
9 000-10 800

80

80

250

250

Average arrestance of dust, %

91

92

Average arrestance of paint, %

90-95

95

FILTER MEDIA

- Glass fibre filter media


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FILTER MEDIA

Synthetic filter media


Applications
Synthetic filter medias are recommended for general
ventilation applications in various air supply units,
especially in confined places. Typically, filter mats
are used in flat and wavy applications as pre-filter
before fine filters or as main filter in the areas where
the requirements for the purity of indoor air are less
demanding. Filter medias can be used e.g. in factory
halls, workshops, fan coil units and also protecting e.g.
electric motors.
Materials
The synthetic filter medias are made of progressive
mounted synthetic fibres.
Sizes
Media is available in rolls or cut-to-size according to
customers requirements.

Specifications
Synthetic media type

CL-150-G2*

Filter class
Fire classification

CL-290-G3*

CL-470/50-G4*

CL-500-G4*

CL-300-M5

CL-600-M5

G2

G3

G4

G4

M5

M5

DIN 53436 F1/K1

DIN 53436 F1/K1

DIN 53436 F1/K1

DIN 53436 F1/K1

DIN 53436 F1/K1

DIN 53436 F1/K1

Material density, g/m2


Thickness, mm
Dust holding capacity, g/m2
Roll sizes, m**
Fibre composition
** Check availability

130

190

400

400

320

600

10-12

17-19

48-58

21-23

19-21

20-25

400-450

500-550

700-750

650-700

200-250

300-350

1x40, 2x40

1x20, 2x20

1x16, 2x16

1x20, 2x20

1x20, 2x20

1x20, 2x20

100 % PET

100 % PET

100 % PET

100 % PET

100 % PET

100 % PES

Technical specifications
Synthetic media type
Air volume, m3/h
Velocity, m/s

CL-150-G2*

CL-290-G3*

CL-470/50-G4*

CL-500-G4*

CL-300-M5

CL-600-M5

5 400

5 400

5 400

5 400

225

225

1,5

1,5

1,5

1,5

0,25

0,25

Effective filtration area during the test, m2

0,25

0,25

Initial pressure loss in nominal air flow (100 %), Pa

35

40

45

50

15

28

Recommended final pressure loss in nominal air


flow (100 %), Pa

250

250

250

250

450

450

Average arrestance of synthetic dust (Am), %

65-80

80-90

>90

>90

>90

>90

Average efficiency of 0,4 m particles (Em), %

>40

>55

Halton participates in the ECC programme for Fine Air


Filters. Check ongoing validity of certificate:
www.eurovent-certification.com or www.certiflash.com

AIR FILTERS
CLASS M5-F9

* models so marked are not ECC certified

FILTER MEDIA

- Synthetic filter media


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FILTER MEDIA

G4 Synthetic
General characteristics
Coarse filters eliminate the largest impurities, such as
pollen and sand dust, from indoor air. These filters can
to some extent eliminate the impurities, which contain
smoke which can cause darkening.
Typical applications
Coarse filters can be used for a great variety of different
air filtration purposes. They are primarily used as prefilters in multistage filtering systems. Coarse mesh filters
are also used as main filters e.g. in storage rooms and
warehouses, where the requirements for the purity of
indoor air are less demanding.
Materials
The coarse filters are made of high-quality, progressive
mounted synthetic filter material.

Dimensions
24

Operating range
Max. operating temperature: 75C
Relative humidity: Max. 100%
Final pressure drop
recommended for filter replacement: 200 Pa
Average arrestance: 90%

23

Air flow rate Pressure drop curve

Structure
The inner and outer frames of the filters are made
of galvanized steel or incinerable plastic. To ensure
tightness, the filter pockets are glued to the outer frame.
Correct opening of the filter pockets is ensured by using
distance holders sewn into the fabric; reliable and correct
functionality as well as high dust collecting efficiency are
thus ensured.

Dust fed, g
0

500

1000

1500

0.00

0.25

0.50
0.75
Air flow rate, m/s

2000

2500

1.00

1.25

Pressure drop, Pa

500
400
300
200
100
0

Curve 1 (Pressure drop as


a function of the air flow
rate/clean device).

Sizes
Halton is offering a wide selection of standard-sized
filters. As with special order, filters can be manufactured
with tailored dimensions.

Curve 2 ( Pressure drop as


a function of dust fed
at the test air flow rate.)

Technical specifications
Halton code

Dimensions WxHxD
mm

Filter class, EN779:2002

PR-BF-x-592-592-500-6-G4-S-P

592x592x500

G4

m3/h

Flow rate

3400

Code key
PR Filter Type Frame type Width Height Depth Construction Filter Class Filter Material Material Quality
Frame: EN15805 standard sizes and custom-made special sizes available
Depth: several pocket lenghts available
* Initial pressure loss for 3400m3/h

BAG FILTER - G4 Synthetic


22

m3/s

Pa*

0,94

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BAG FILTER

G4 W-line
General characteristics
Coarse filters eliminate the largest impurities, such as
pollen and sand dust, from indoor air. These filters can
to some extent eliminate the impurities, which contain
smoke and which can cause darkening.
Typical applications
Coarse filters can for primarily used as pre-filters in
multistage filtering systems. These filters are also used
as main filters e.g. in storage rooms and warehouses,
where the requirements for the purity of indoor air are
less demanding. Panel filters are suitable for ventilation
units, which have limited space for filters.
Materials
Panel filters are manufactured of progressive thermally
smoothened synthetic polyester having high dust holding
capacity and high constancy for humidity. The filter media
is framed by cardboard or plastic frame, which makes
filters completely incinerable.

Dimensions

Operating range
Max. operating temperature: 80C
Relative humidity: Max. 100%
Final pressure drop
recommended for filter replacement: 200 Pa
Initial efficiency (2 mm, 1700m3/h): 50%
Technical specifications

Structure
Filter media pleats are supported by thin hot-melt glue
traces holding the filter pack firmly in shape. Filter media
designed specifically for pre-filtering applications, enables
stable air flow through the filter and a low pressure loss.

Particle size (mm) as a function of initial efficiency (%).


100
90
80
Efficiency, %

70
60
50

Sizes
Halton W-line panel filters are available in standard and
customized sizes. The main frame depths are 25 mm,
46 mm and 96 mm. As per special order, filters can be
manufactured with tailored dimensions.

40
30
20
10
0

0.1

0.2

0.3 0.4

0.6 0.8 1

4 5 6

8 10

Particle size, m
Air flow rate Pressure drop

Air flow rate Pressure drop curve

1) 0.944 m3/s / 69
93 Pa
2) 0.500 m3/s / 29
38 Pa

Size of tested filter, 592x592x48

Code key
ST Filter Type Frame type Width Height Depth Construction Filter
Class Filter Material Material Quality
Example: ST-WF-P-592-592-48-H02-G4-S-P
FilterType:
WF
FrameType:
C = Cardboard

P = Plastic

M = Metal
Width: (mm)
Height: (mm)
Depth:
Depth 25mm, 46mm (48mm), 96mm
Construction: H01 = Glue around on dirty air side

H02 = Glue around on both sides

H21 = Glue on one side of frame, metal grid on clean air side

H00 = No glue or metal grid

H20 = Metal grid on back side of frame, no glue

H30 = Metal grid on back side of frame, metal bars on dirty side
FilterClass: G4
FilterMaterial: S = Synthetic
MaterialQuality: P = Premium

PANEL COARSE FILTER

100

Pressure drop, Pa

90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0

0.0

0.1

0.2

0.3

0.4

0.5

0.6

Air flow rate, m3/s

- G4 W-line
23

0.7

0.8

0.9

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PANEL COARSE FILTER

M5 glass fibre

AIR FILTERS
CLASS M5-F9

General characteristics
Class M5 filters remove a part of the emissions caused
by traffic and energy production from the air, and also
separate part of cigarette smoke, bacteria, as well as
pollen and spores particles.
Typical applications
Fine filters are designed for purification of intake and
circulation air in air-conditioning systems in facilities such
as offices, public premises and industry. M5 filters are
often used as pre-filters in air handling unit supply side or
as exhaust side filters.
Materials
The filtration materials of the fine filters are made of
micro glass fibre. The sturdy and rigid filter media is nonflammable. Thanks to the strong structure of the material,
the filters are easier to handle and keep their shape
better. Bag filters made of micro glass fibre are based
on mechanical deep filtration, thus the material will not
become clogged on the surface, but rather it will fill up
evenly. In this way the filter will remain at the specified
performance level through the whole service life.

Dimensions

24

Operating range
Max. operating temperature: 95C
Relative humidity: Max. 100%
Pressure drop recommended for
filter replacement: 250 Pa
Initial efficiency: 0,4 m 8,9 %
1,0 m 35,7 %
2,5 m 81,8 %
Structure
The inner and outer frames of the filters are made
of galvanized steel or incinerable plastic. To ensure
tightness, the filter pockets are glued to the outer frame.
Correct opening of the filter pockets is ensured by using
distance holders sewn into the fabric; reliable and correct
functionality as well as high dust holding capacity is thus
ensured. The sewing seams are sealed with hot melt glue.

23

Air flow rate Pressure drop curve


Dust fed, g
0

100

0,00

0,25

200

300

400

500

Pressure drop, Pa

500
400
300
200
100
0

0,50
0,75
1,00
1,25
Air flow rate, m/s
Curve 2 ( Pressure drop as
Curve 1 (Pressure drop as
a function of dust fed
a function of the air flow
at the test air flow rate.)
rate/clean device).

Sizes
Halton is offering a wide selection of standard-sized filters.
As with special order, filters can be manufactured with
tailored dimensions.

Technical specifications
Halton code

Dimensions WxHxD
mm

Filter class, EN779:2002

PR-BF-x-592-592-635-6-M5-GF-P

592x592x635

M5

m3/h

Flow rate

3400

Code key
PR - Filter Type Frame type Width Height Depth Construction Filter Class Filter Material Material Quality
Frame: EN15805 standard sizes and custom-made special sizes available
Depth: several pocket lenghts available
Pockets: several amount of pockets available
* Initial pressure loss for 3400m3/h

BAG FILTER

- M5 glass fibre
24

m3/s

Pa*

0,94

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BAG FILTER

M6 Glass fibre

AIR FILTERS
CLASS M5-F9

General characteristics
Class M6 filters remove a part of the emissions caused
by traffic and energy production from the air, and also
separate part of cigarette smoke, bacteria, as well as
pollen and spores particles.
Typical applications
Fine filters are designed for purification of intake and
circulation air in air-conditioning systems in facilities
such as offices, public premises and industry. In more
demanding conditions, class M6 filters used also as prefilters for HEPA filters.
Materials
The filtration materials of the fine filters are made of
micro glass fibre. The sturdy and rigid filter media is nonflammable. Thanks to the strong structure of the material,
the filters are easier to handle and keep their shape
better. Bag filters made of micro glass fibre are based
on mechanical deep filtration, thus the material will not
become clogged on the surface, but rather it will fill up
evenly. In this way the filter will remain at the specified
performance level through the whole service life.

Dimensions

24

Operating range
Max. operating temperature:
Relative humidity:
Pressure drop recommended for
filter replacement:
Initial efficiency:

23

Air flow rate Pressure drop curve


Dust fed, g
0

100

200

300

400

500

600

Pressure drop, Pa

400
300
200
100
0
0,25

0,50

0,75

1,00

1,25

Air flow rate, m/s


Curve 2 ( Pressure drop as
Curve 1 (Pressure drop as
a function of dust fed
a function of the air flow
at the test air flow rate.)
rate/clean device).

Sizes
Halton is offering a wide selection of standard-sized filters.
As with special order filters can be manufactured with
tailored dimensions.

Technical specifications
Halton code

Dimensions WxHxD
mm

Filter class, EN779:2002

PR-BF-x-592-592-635-10-M6-GF-P

592x592x635

M6

m3/h

Flow rate

3400

Code key
PR - Filter Type Frame type Width Height Depth Construction Filter Class Filter Material Material Quality
Frame: EN15805 standard sizes and custom-made special sizes available
Depth: several pocket lenghts available
Pockets: several amount of pockets available
* Initial pressure loss for 3400m3/h

BAG FILTER

250 Pa
0,4 m 21,6 %
1,0 m 47,0 %
2,5 m 91,2 %

Structure
The inner and outer frames of the filters are made
of galvanized steel or incinerable plastic. To ensure
tightness, the filter pockets are glued to the outer frame.
Correct opening of the filter pockets is ensured by using
distance holders sewn into the fabric; reliable and correct
functionality as well as high dust holding capacity is thus
ensured. The sewing seams are sealed with hot melt glue.

500

0,00

95C
Max. 100%

- M6 Glass fibre
25

m3/s

Pa*

0,94

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BAG FILTER

F7 Glass fibre

AIR FILTERS
CLASS M5-F9

General characteristics
Class F7 fine filters can remove from the air particles,
which are indiscernible to the eye. The class F7 filter
separates, to some extent, also cigarette smoke and
bacteria.
Typical applications
Fine filters are designed for purification of intake and
circulation air in air-conditioning systems installed in
facilities such as offices, public premises and industry.
Materials
The filtration materials of the fine filters are made of
micro glass fibre. The sturdy and rigid filter media is nonflammable. Thanks to the strong structure of the material,
the filters are easier to handle and keep their shape
better. Bag filters made of micro glass fibre are based
on mechanical deep filtration, thus the material will not
become clogged on the surface, but rather it will fill up
evenly. In this way the filter will remain at the specified
performance level, even in difficult environmental
conditions, through the whole service life.

Dimensions

24

Operating range
Max. operating temperature: 93C
Relative humidity: Max. 100%
Pressure drop recommended
for filter replacement: 250 Pa
Initial efficiency: 0,4 m 65,0 %
1,0 m 90,0 %
2,5 m 99,8 %
Structure
The inner and outer frames of the filters are made
of galvanized steel or incinerable plastic. To ensure
tightness, the filter pockets are glued to the outer frame.
Correct opening of the filter pockets is ensured by using
distance holders sewn into the fabric; reliable and correct
functionality as well as high dust holding capacity is thus
ensured. The sewing seams are sealed with hot melt
glue.

23

Air flow rate Pressure drop curve


Dust fed, g
0

100

0,00

0,25

200

300

400

500

Pressure drop, Pa

500
400
300
200
100
0

0,50
0,75
1,00
1,25
Air flow rate, m/s
Curve 2 ( Pressure drop as
Curve 1 (Pressure drop as
a function of dust fed
a function of the air flow
at the test air flow rate.)
rate/clean device).

Sizes
Halton is offering a wide selection of standard-sized
filters. As with special order, filters can be manufactured
with tailored dimensions.

Technical values
Halton code

Dimensions WxHxD
mm

Filter class, EN779:2002

PR-BF-x-592-592-635-10-F7-GF-P

592x592x635

F7

m3/h

Flow rate

3400

Code key
PR - Filter Type Frame type Width Height Depth Construction Filter Class Filter Material Material Quality
Frame: EN15805 standard sizes and custom-made special sizes available
Depth: several pocket lenghts available
Pockets: several amount of pockets available
* Initial pressure loss for 3400m3/h

BAG FILTER

- F7 Glass fibre
26

m3/s

Pa*

0,94

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BAG FILTER

F8 Glass fibre

AIR FILTERS
CLASS M5-F9

General characteristics
Class F8 fine filters remove a notable part of the emissions
caused by traffic and energy production from the air, and
also separate efficiently e.g. cigarette smoke, bacteria, as
well as particles causing dirt collection and darkening.
Typical applications
Fine filters are designed for purification of intake and
circulation air in air-conditioning systems installed in
facilities such as offices, public premises and industry.
Materials
The filtration materials of the fine filters are made of
micro glass fibre. The sturdy and rigid filter media is
non-flammable. Thanks to the strong structure of the
material, the filters are easier to handle and keep their
shape better. Bag filters made of micro glass fibre are
based on mechanical deep filtration, thus the material
will not become clogged on the surface, but rather it
will fill up evenly. In this way the filter will remain at the
specified performance level, even in difficult environmental
conditions, through the whole service life.

Dimensions

24

Operating range
Max. operating temperature:
Relative humidity:
Pressure drop recommended
for filter replacement:
Initial efficiency:

23

Air flow rate Pressure drop curve


Dust fed, g
0

100

200

300

400

500

Pressure drop, Pa

400
300
200
100
0,00

450 Pa
0,4 m 85,3 %
1,0 m 97,6 %
2,5 m 100 %

Structure
The inner and outer frames of the filters are made
of galvanized steel or incinerable plastic. To ensure
tightness, the filter pockets are glued to the outer frame.
Correct opening of the filter pockets is ensured by using
distance holders sewn into the fabric; reliable and correct
functionality as well as high dust holding capacity is thus
ensured. The sewing seams are sealed with hot melt glue.

500

93C
Max. 100%

0,25

0,50
0,75
1,00
1,25
Air flow rate, m/s
Curve 2 ( Pressure drop as
Curve 1 (Pressure drop as
a function of dust fed
a function of the air flow
at the test air flow rate.)
rate/clean device).

Sizes
Halton is offering a wide selection of standard-sized filters.
As with special order, filters can be manufactured with
tailored dimensions.

Technical values
Halton code

Dimensions WxHxD
mm

Filter class, EN779:2002

PR-BF-x-592-592-635-10-F8-GF-P

592x592x635

F8

m3/h

Flow rate

3400

Code key
PR - Filter Type Frame type Width Height Depth Construction Filter Class Filter Material Material Quality
Frame: EN15805 standard sizes and custom-made special sizes available
Depth: several pocket lenghts available
Pockets: several amount of pockets available
* Initial pressure loss for 3400m3/h

BAG FILTER

- F8 Glass fibre
27

m3/s

Pa*

0,94

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BAG FILTER

F9 Glass fibre

AIR FILTERS
CLASS M5-F9

General characteristics
Class F9 fine filters remove a notable part of the emissions
caused by traffic and energy production, and also separate
very efficiently e.g. cigarette smoke, bacteria, as well as
particles causing dirt collection. The glass fibre filter class
F9 filter can be considered as the most efficient bag fine
filter on the market and surely meets the standard for high
performance for the very demanding customer.
Typical applications
Fine filters are designed for purification of intake and
circulation air in air-conditioning systems installed in
facilities such as offices, public premises and industry. A
class F9 filter should preferably be used with a pre-filter to
ensure a long service life.
Materials
The filtration materials of the fine filters are made of
micro glass fibre. The sturdy and rigid filter media is
non-flammable. Thanks to the strong structure of the
material, the filters are easier to handle and keep their
shape better. Bag filters made of micro glass fibre are
based on mechanical deep filtration, thus the material
will not become clogged on the surface, but rather it
will fill up evenly. In this way the filter will remain at the
specified performance level, even in difficult environmental
conditions, through the whole service life.

Dimensions

24

23

Operating range
Max. operating temperature: 93C
Relative humidity: Max. 100%
Pressure drop recommended
for filter replacement: 450 Pa
Initial efficiency: 0,4 m 84,0 %
1,0 m 99,7 %
2,5 m 100 %
Structure
The inner and outer frames of the filters are made
of galvanized steel or incinerable plastic. To ensure
tightness, the filter pockets are glued to the outer frame.
Correct opening of the filter pockets is ensured by using
distance holders sewn into the fabric; reliable and correct
functionality as well as high dust holding capacity is thus
ensured. The sewing seams are sealed with hot melt glue.

Air flow rate Pressure drop curve


Dust fed, g
0

100

0,00

0,25

200

300

400

500

1,00

1,25

Pressure drop, Pa

500
400
300
200
100
0

0,50
0,75
Air flow rate, m/s

Curve 1 (Pressure drop as


a function of the air flow
rate/clean device).

Curve 2 ( Pressure drop as


a function of dust fed
at the test air flow rate.)

Sizes
Halton is offering a wide selection of standard-sized filters.
As with special order, filters can be manufactured with
tailored dimensions.

Technical values
Halton code

PR-BF-x-592-592-635-10-F9-GF-P

Dimensions WxHxD
mm

Filter class, EN779:2002

592x592x635

F9

Flow rate
m3/h

m3/s

Pa*

3400

0,94

171

Code key
PR - Filter Type Frame type Width Height Depth Construction Filter Class Filter Material Material Quality
Frame: EN15805 standard sizes and custom-made special sizes available
Depth: several pocket lenghts available
Pockets: several amount of pockets available
* Initial pressure loss for 3400m3/h

BAG FILTER

- F9 Glass fibre
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BAG FILTER

M5 Synthetic

AIR FILTERS
CLASS M5-F9

General characteristics
Class M5 filters remove a part of the emissions caused
by traffic and energy production from the air, and also
separate part of cigarette smoke, bacteria, as well as
pollen and spores particles.
Typical applications
Fine filters are designed for purification of intake and
circulation air in air-conditioning systems installed in
facilities such as offices, public premises and industry.
The synthetic M5 filters can be used as pre-filters and in
conditions requiring special moisture resistance.
Materials
The materials of the synthetic fine filters are high quality
and durable, progressive mounted synthetic fibres.

Dimensions
24

Operating range
Max. operating temperature: 75C
Relative humidity: Max. 100%
Pressure drop recommended
for filter replacement: 250 Pa
Initial efficiency: 0,4 m 4,0 %
1,0 m 14,0 %
2,5 m 54,0 %
Structure
The inner and outer frames of the filters are made
of galvanized steel or incinerable plastic. To ensure
tightness, the filter pockets are glued to the outer frame.
Correct opening of the filter pockets is ensured by using
distance holders sewn into the fabric; reliable and correct
functionality as well as high dust collecting efficiency
is thus ensured. The sewing seams are sealed with hot
melt glue.

23

Air flow rate Pressure drop curve


Dust fed, g
0

100

0,00

0,25

200

300

400

500

1,00

1,25

Pressure drop, Pa

500
400
300
200
100
0

0,50
0,75
Air flow rate, m/s

Curve 1 (Pressure drop as


a function of the air flow
rate/clean device).

Sizes
Halton is offering a wide selection of standard-sized
filters. As with special order, filters can be manufactured
with tailored dimensions.

Curve 2 ( Pressure drop as


a function of dust fed
at the test air flow rate.)

Technical values
Halton code

PR-BF-x-592-592-635-6-M5-S-P

Dimensions WxHxD
mm

Filter class, EN779:2002

592x592x635

M5

Flow rate
m3/h

m3/s

Pa*

3400

0,94

50

Code key
PR - Filter Type Frame type Width Height Depth Construction Filter Class Filter Material Material Quality
Frame: EN15805 standard sizes and custom-made special sizes available
Depth: several pocket lenghts available
* Initial pressure loss for 3400m3/h

BAG FILTER

- M5 Synthetic
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BAG FILTER

M6 Synthetic

AIR FILTERS
CLASS M5-F9

General characteristics
Class M6 filters remove a part of the emissions caused
by traffic and energy production from the air, and also
separate part of cigarette smoke, bacteria, as well as
pollen and spores particles.
Typical applications
Fine filters are designed for purification of intake and
circulation air in air-conditioning systems in facilities such
as offices, public premises and industry. The synthetic
M6 filters can be used as pre-filters and in conditions
requiring special moisture resistance.
Materials
The materials of the synthetic fine filters are high quality
and durable, progressive mounted synthetic fibres.

Dimensions
24

Operating range
Max. operating temperature: 75C
Relative humidity: Max. 100%
Pressure drop recommended
for filter replacement: 250 Pa
Initial efficiency: 0,4 m 40,0 %
1,0 m 69,0 %
2,5 m 94.2 %
Structure
The inner and outer frames of the filters are made
of galvanized steel or incinerable plastic. To ensure
tightness, the filter pockets are glued to the outer frame.
Correct opening of the filter pockets is ensured by using
distance holders sewn into the fabric; reliable and correct
functionality as well as high dust collecting efficiency
is thus ensured. The sewing seams are sealed with hot
melt glue.

23

Air flow rate Pressure drop curve


Dust fed, g
0

100

0,00

0,25

200

300

400

500

1,00

1,25

Pressure drop, Pa

500
400
300
200
100
0

0,50
0,75
Air flow rate, m/s

Curve 1 (Pressure drop as


a function of the air flow
rate/clean device).

Sizes
Halton is offering a wide selection of standard-sized
filters. As with special order, filters can be manufactured
with tailored dimensions.

Curve 2 ( Pressure drop as


a function of dust fed
at the test air flow rate.)

Technical values
Halton code

PR-BF-x-592-592-635-10-M6-S-P

Dimensions WxHxD
mm

Filter class, EN779:2002

592x592x635

M6

Flow rate
m3/h

m3/s

Pa*

3400

0,94

71

Code key
PR - Filter Type Frame type Width Height Depth Construction Filter Class Filter Material Material Quality
Frame: EN15805 standard sizes and custom-made special sizes available
Depth: several pocket lenghts available
Pockets: several amount of pockets available
* Initial pressure loss for 3400m3/h

BAG FILTER

- M6 Synthetic
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BAG FILTER

F7 Synthetic

AIR FILTERS
CLASS M5-F9

General characteristics
Class F7 fine filters can remove from the air particles,
which are indiscernible to the eye. The class F7 filter
separates, to some extent, also cigarette smoke and
bacteria.
Typical applications
Fine filters are designed for purification of intake and
circulation air in air-conditioning systems installed in
facilities such as offices, public premises and industry.
The synthetic F7 filter can be used in conditions requiring
special moisture resistance.
Materials
The materials of the synthetic fine filters are high quality
and durable, progressive mounted synthetic fibres.

Dimensions
24

Operating range
Max. operating temperature:
Relative humidity:
Pressure drop recommended
for filter replacement:
Initial efficiency:

23

Air flow rate Pressure drop curve


100

0,00

0,25

200

300

400

500

0,50
0,75
Air flow rate, m/s

1,00

1,25

Pressure drop, Pa

500
400
300
200
100
0

Curve 1 (Pressure drop as


a function of the air flow
rate/clean device).

250 Pa
0,4 m 67,0 %
1,0 m 92,5 %
2,5 m 99.1 %

Structure
The inner and outer frames of the filters are made
of galvanized steel or incinerable plastic. To ensure
tightness, the filter pockets are glued to the outer frame.
Correct opening of the filter pockets is ensured by using
distance holders sewn into the fabric; reliable and correct
functionality as well as high dust collecting efficiency
is thus ensured. The sewing seams are sealed with hot
melt glue.

Dust fed, g
0

75C
Max. 100%

Sizes
Halton is offering a wide selection of standard-sized
filters. As with special order, filters can be manufactured
with tailored dimensions.

Curve 2 ( Pressure drop as


a function of dust fed
at the test air flow rate.)

Technical values
Halton code

PR-BF-x-592-592-635-10-F7-S-P

Dimensions WxHxD
mm

Filter class, EN779:2002

592x592x635

F7

Flow rate
m3/h

m3/s

Pa*

3400

0,94

88

Code key
PR - FilterType Frametype Width Height Depth Construction FilterClass FilterMaterial MaterialQuality
Frame: EN15805 standard sizes and custom-made special sizes available
Depth: several pocket lenghts available
Pockets: several amount of pockets available
* Initial pressure loss for 3400m3/h

BAG FILTER

- F7 Synthetic
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BAG FILTER

F7 Minipleated model

AIR FILTERS
CLASS M5-F9

General characteristics
Class F7 fine filters can remove from the air particles,
which are indiscernible to the eye. The class F7 filter
separates, to some extent, also cigarette smoke and
bacteria.
Typical applications
Panel filters are often also used as a pre-filter in
multistage filtering systems. Panel filters are suitable for
ventilation units, which have limited space for filters.
The filter will remain at the specified performance level,
even in difficult environmental conditions, through the
whole service life.
Materials
Panel filters are manufactured of micro glass/synthetic
fibre having high dust holding capacity and high
resistance to humidity. The filter media is framed by
plastic frame, which makes filters completely incinerable.

Dimensions

Operating range
Max. operating temperature:
Relative humidity:
Final pressure drop recommended
for filter replacement:
Initial efficiency:

Air flow rate Pressure drop curve


Dust fed, g
0

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

250 Pa
0,4 m 44,5 %
1,0 m 77,0 %
2,5 m 97,9 %

90 100 110 120 130

Structure
Filter media pleats are supported by thin hot-melt glue
traces holding the filter pack firmly in shape. Filter media
designed specifically for applications with small depth
possibility.

500

Pressure drop, Pa

70C
Max. 100%

400
300
200
100

Sizes
Halton panel filters are available in standard and
customized sizes. The main frame depths are 48 mm and
96 mm.

0
0,00

0,25

0,50

0,75

Air flow rate, m/s

Curve 1 (Pressure drop as


a function of the air flow
rate/clean device).

1,00

1,25

Curve 2 ( Pressure drop as


a function of dust fed
at the test air flow rate.)

Technical values
Halton code

ST-WF-P-592-592-48-y-F7-GF-P
ST-WF-P-592-592-96-y-F7-GF-P

Dimensions WxHxD
mm

Filter class, EN779:2002

592x592x48
592x592x96

F7
F7

Flow rate
m3/h

m3/s

Pa*

1900
3400

0,53
0,94

118
177

Code key: ST - Filter Type Frame type Width Height Depth Construction Filter Class Filter Material Material Quality
Filter Type:
WF
Frame Type:
P = Plastic
Width:
Width in (mm)
Height:
Height in (mm)
Depth:
48mm, 96mm
Construction:
H02 = Glue on two/four sides
Filter Class:
F7
Filter Material:
GF = Glass fibre
Material Quality: P =Premium

Frame: EN15805 standard sizes and custom-made special sizes available


* Initial pressure loss for given flow rate

PANEL FINE FILTER

- F7 minipleated model
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PANEL FINE FILTER

M6-F8, 3 Pocket Model

AIR FILTERS
CLASS M5-F9

General characteristics
The rigid bag filters of this series thanks to their high
filtration surface, low pressure drops, possibility of
complete incineration, compact and robust construction
and growing efficiency during operation can be used as
final filters and for pre-filtration of absolute filters in air
conditioning and ventilation systems.
Typical applications
Rigid pocket filters with mini-pleated extended filtering
surface, are used for fine dust filtration in public premises
and industrial air conditioning systems. The main
advantages of such construction are a low pressure loss
and a long life time. With a flange of 25 mm filters may
be installed into standard mounting frames.

Dimensions
W

Advantages
Strong plastic frame and rigid construction
Ease of maintenance
Long service life
Filters are completely incinerable
Low pressure drop

25

19 28

Media
Glass fibre paper. The uniform and close filter pack allows
the various panels of the filters and elevated crossing
surface to hold fine dusts.

Air amount, front velocity, pressure drop curve


260
220

F8

DP (Pa)

Sealant
A polyurethane resin guarantees the seal between the
filter pack and frame.

F7

180

M6

140

Frame
Robust structure in pressed extruded polystyrene,
containing the filtration packs laid out in a multi V shape,
also known as rigid bag filters. The light and compact
construction gives the filter a superior mechanical
resistance compared with traditional bag filters.

100
60
20

40

60

80

100

120

140

qv (%)
Curve reading instructions:
qv=100% relates to the flow rate for the selected filter, see technical
values chart.
In example CLP-RP-P-592-287-290-3-M6-GF-P filter has air amount
2000 m3/h which corresponds with a pressure drop of 100Pa. If the
desired air amount for a filter is 1800 m3/h it corresponds with 90% qv
and 80Pa pressure drop.

Operating range
Continuous operating temperature:
Relative humidity:
Pressure drop recommended
for filter replacement:
Specifications
Filters available in classes M6, F7, F8
Gasket on request

RIGID POCKET FILTER

- M6-F8, 3 Pocket Model


33

70C
Max. 100%
450 Pa

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RIGID POCKET FILTER

Halton code

M6
CLP-RP-P-592-287-290-3-M6-GF-P
CLP-RP-P-592-490-290-3-M6-GF-P
CLP-RP-P-592-592-290-3-M6-GF-P
F7
CLP-RP-P-592-287-290-3-F7-GF-P
CLP-RP-P-592-490-290-3-F7-GF-P
CLP-RP-P-592-592-290-3-F7-GF-P
F8
CLP-RP-P-592-287-290-3-F8-GF-P
CLP-RP-P-592-490-290-3-F8-GF-P
CLP-RP-P-592-592-290-3-F8-GF-P
Code key:
CLP - Filter Type Frame type Width
Filter Type:
RP = Rigid Pocket
Frame Type:
P = Plastic
Width:
Width in (mm)
Height:
Height in (mm)
Depth:
Depth in (mm)
Construction:
3 pockets
Filter Class:
M6, F7, F8
Filter Material:
GF = Glass fibre
Material Quality:
P = Premium

Dimensions
WxHxD
mm

Filter class,
EN779:2002

592x287x290
592x490x290
592x592x290

Flow rate
m3/h

m3/s

Initial pressure
drop
Pa

M6
M6
M6

2000
3300
4000

0,55
0,92
1,11

95
95
95

7,0
11,0
14,0

2,5
4,0
5,0

592x287x290
592x490x290
592x592x290

F7
F7
F7

2000
3300
4000

0,55
0,92
1,11

115
115
115

7,0
11,0
14,0

2,5
4,0
5,0

592x287x290
592x490x290
592x592x290

F8
F8
F8

2000
3300
4000

0,55
0,92
1,11

140
140
140

7,0
11,0
14,0

2,5
4,0
5,0

Height Depth Construction Filter Class Filter Material Material Quality

RIGID POCKET FILTER

- M6-F8, 3 Pocket Model


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Filtering
surface
m2

Weight
kg

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Technical values

M6-F9, 4 Pocket Model

AIR FILTERS
CLASS M5-F9

General characteristics
The V-type rigid bag filters of this series thanks to their
high filtration surface, low pressure drops, possibility of
complete incineration, compact and robust construction
and growing efficiency during operation can be used as
final filters and for pre-filtration of absolute filters in air
conditioning and ventilation systems.
Typical applications
V-type rigid pocket filters with mini-pleated extended
filtering surface are used for fine dust filtration in public
premises and industrial air conditioning systems. With
a flange of 25 mm filters may be installed into standard
mounting frames.
Dimensions
W

290

Advantages
Strong plastic frame and rigid construction
Ease of maintenance
Long service life
Filters are completely incinerable
Low pressure drop

25

19 28
Media
Glass fibre paper. The uniform and close filter pack allows
the various panels of the filters and elevated crossing
surface to hold fine dusts.

Air amount, front velocity, pressure drop curve

Sealant
A polyurethane resin guarantees the seal between the
filter pack and frame.

300

F9

260

F8
220

M6

180
DP (Pa)

Frame
Robust structure in pressed extruded polystyrene,
containing the filtration packs laid out in a multi V shape,
also known as rigid bag filters. The light and compact
construction gives the filter a superior mechanical
resistance compared with traditional bag filters.

F7

140
100
60
20

40

60

80

100

120

Operating range
Continuous operating temperature:
Relative humidity:
Pressure drop recommended
for filter replacement:

140

qv (%)
Curve reading instructions:
qv=100% relates to the flow rate for the selected filter, see technical
values chart.
In example CLP-RP-P-592-287-290-4-M6-GF-P filter has air amount
2100 m3/h which corresponds with a pressure drop of 110Pa. If the
desired air amount for a filter is 1800 m3/h it corresponds with 86% qv
and 85Pa pressure drop.

RIGID POCKET FILTER

70C
Max. 100%
450 Pa

Specifications
Filters available in classes M6, F7, F8, F9
Gasket on request

- M6-F9, 4 Pocket Model


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RIGID POCKET FILTER

Halton code

M6
CLP-RP-P-592-287-290-4-M6-GF-P
CLP-RP-P-592-490-290-4-M6-GF-P
CLP-RP-P-592-592-290-4-M6-GF-P
F7
CLP-RP-P-592-287-290-4-F7-GF-P
CLP-RP-P-592-490-290-4-F7-GF-P
CLP-RP-P-592-592-290-4-F7-GF-P
F8
CLP-RP-P-592-287-290-4-F8-GF-P
CLP-RP-P-592-490-290-4-F8-GF-P
CLP-RP-P-592-592-290-4-F8-GF-P
F9
CLP-RP-P-592-287-290-4-F9-GF-P
CLP-RP-P-592-490-290-4-F9-GF-P
CLP-RP-P-592-592-290-4-F9-GF-P

Dimensions
WxHxD
mm

Filter class,
EN779:2002

592x287x290
592x490x290
592x592x290

Flow rate
m3/h

m3/s

Initial pressure
drop
Pa

M6
M6
M6

2100
3500
4250

0,58
0,97
1,18

110
110
110

9,3
14,5
18,5

3,0
5,0
6,0

592x287x290
592x490x290
592x592x290

F7
F7
F7

2100
3500
4250

0,58
0,97
1,18

130
130
130

9,3
14,5
18,5

3,0
5,0
6,0

592x287x290
592x490x290
592x592x290

F8
F8
F8

2100
3500
4250

0,58
0,97
1,18

130
130
130

9,3
14,5
18,5

3,0
5,0
6,0

592x287x290
592x490x290
592x592x290

F9
F9
F9

2100
3500
4250

0,58
0,97
1,18

160
160
160

9,3
14,5
18,5

3,0
5,0
6,0

Code key
CLP - Filter Type Frame type Width Height Depth Construction Filter Class Filter Material Material Quality
Filter Type:
RP = Rigid Pocket
Frame Type:
P = Plastic
Width:
Width in (mm)
Height:
Height in (mm)
Depth:
Depth in (mm)
Construction:
4 pockets
Filter Class:
M6, F7, F8, F9
Filter Material:
GF = Glass fibre
Material Quality:
P = Premium

RIGID POCKET FILTER

- M6-F9, 4 Pocket Model


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Filtering
surface
m2

Weight
kg

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Technical values

H10, H12-H14

General characteristics
V-shape HEPA filters are used in applications having
relatively high air flows and also high indoor air quality
is required. V-shape form together with extended minipleat filtering surface enables usage at high air volumes
without high pressure loss.

292 61

Typical applications
V-type absolute filters are used as final filters in
applications where high air flows are required. Typical
applications are ventilation systems in hospitals, food and
pharmaceutical industries. HEPA filters can be used to
protect people and delicate electronic devices.
Advantages
Strong frame and construction
Manufactured in different types of frame to satisfy
various installations
Long service life
Low pressure drop in HEPA filtration class
High air flow

292 61

Dimensions

Media
Glass fibre paper. The uniform and closed pleat filter
pack grants a high crossing surface which holds very fine
dusts.

W
292 61

Sealant
A polyurethane resin guarantees the seal between the
filter pack and frame.
Frame
Different types of frame to satisfy various installation
requirements are available.
M = Galvanized steel frame
M2 = Galvanized steel frame (reduced filter pack)
P = Plastic frame
P2 = Plastic frame (reduced filter pack)
SS= Stainless steel frame (on request)

Gasket
Single cold expanded elastomeric half-circular gasket to
guarantee a perfect seal.
Operating range
Continuous operating temperature:
Galvanized steel 80C

Plastic
70C
Relative humidity: Max. 100%
Pressure drop recommended
for filter replacement: 450 Pa

V-TYPE MINIPLEAT FILTER - Filter class H10, H12-H14


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V-TYPE MINIPLEAT FILTER H

Filter class H10


Halton code

Dimensions
WxHxD
mm

Filter class,
EN1822

Flow rate
m3/h

m3/s

Initial pressure
drop
Pa

Filtering
surface
m2

Weight
kg

CLP-VT-M-305-610-292-6-H10-GF-P

305x610x292

H10

2500

0,70

180( 20)

18,0

10,0

CLP-VT-M-610-610-292-6-H10-GF-P

610x610x292

H10

5000

1,39

180( 20)

36,0

18,5

CLP-VT-M-290-595-292-6-H10-GF-P

290x595x292

H10

2400

0,67

180( 20)

17,5

9,5

CLP-VT-M-595-595-292-6-H10-GF-P

595x595x292

H10

4800

1,34

180( 20)

35,0

18,0

CLP-VT-P-305-610-292-6-H10-GF-P

305x610x292

H10

2500

0,69

180( 20)

18,0

9,5

CLP-VT-P-610-610-292-6-H10-GF-P

610x610x292

H10

5000

1,39

180( 20)

36,0

17,5

CLP-VT-P2-610-610-292-6-H10-GF-P

610x610x292

H10

4000

1,11

180( 20)

30,0

16,0

Dimensions
WxHxD
mm

Filter class,
EN1822

Filtering
surface
m2

Weight

305x610x292

H12

18,0

10,0
18,5

Filter class H12


Halton code

CLP-VT-M-305-610-292-6-H12-GF-P

Flow rate
m3/h

m3/s

Initial pressure
drop
Pa

2000

0,56

270( 20)

kg

CLP-VT-M-610-610-292-6-H12-GF-P

610x610x292

H12

4000

1,12

270( 20)

36,0

CLP-VT-M-290-595-292-6-H12-GF-P

290x595x292

H12

1900

0,53

270( 20)

17,5

9,5

CLP-VT-M-595-595-292-6-H12-GF-P

595x595x292

H12

3800

1,06

270( 20)

35,0

18,0

CLP-VT-P-305-610-292-6-H12-GF-P

305x610x292

H12

2000

0,56

270( 20)

18,0

9,5

CLP-VT-P-610-610-292-6-H12-GF-P

610x610x292

H12

4000

1,12

270( 20)

36,0

17,5

CLP-VT-P2-610-610-292-6-H12-GF-P

610x610x292

H12

3400

0,95

270( 20)

30,0

16,0

Dimensions
WxHxD
mm

Filter class,
EN1822

Initial pressure
drop
Pa

Filtering
surface
m2

Weight

Filter class H13


Halton code

Flow rate
m3/h

m3/s

kg

CLP-VT-M-305-610-292-6-H13-GF-P

305x610x292

H13

1700

0,47

275( 20)

18,0

10,0

CLP-VT-M-610-610-292-6-H13-GF-P

610x610x292

H13

3400

0,94

275( 20)

36,0

18,5

CLP-VT-M-290-595-292-6-H13-GF-P

290x595x292

H13

1600

0,44

275( 20)

17,5

9,5

CLP-VT-M-595-595-292-6-H13-GF-P

595x595x292

H13

3200

0,89

275( 20)

35,0

18,0
17,0

CLP-VT-M2-610-610-292-6-H13-GF-P

610x610x292

H13

3000

0,83

275( 20)

30,0

CLP-VT-P-305-610-292-6-H13-GF-P

305x610x292

H13

1700

0,47

275( 20)

18,0

9,5

CLP-VT-P-610-610-292-6-H13-GF-P

610x610x292

H13

3400

0,94

275( 20)

36,0

17,5

CLP-VT-P2-610-610-292-6-H13-GF-P

610x610x292

H13

3000

0,83

275( 20)

30,0

16,0

Dimensions
WxHxD
mm

Filter class,
EN1822

Initial pressure
drop
Pa

Filtering
surface
m2

Weight

Filter class H14


Halton code

Flow rate
m3/h

m3/s

kg

CLP-VT-M-305-610-292-6-H14-GF-P

305x610x292

H14

1500

0,42

300( 20)

18,0

10,0

CLP-VT-M-610-610-292-6-H14-GF-P

610x610x292

H14

3000

0,84

300( 20)

36,0

18,5

CLP-VT-M-290-595-292-6-H14-GF-P

290x595x292

H14

1400

0,39

300( 20)

17,5

9,5

CLP-VT-M-595-595-292-6-H14-GF-P

595x595x292

H14

2800

0,78

300( 20)

35,0

18,0
17,0

CLP-VT-M2-610-610-292-6-H14-GF-P

610x610x292

H14

2650

0,74

300( 20)

30,0

CLP-VT-P-305-610-292-6-H14-GF-P

305x610x292

H14

1500

0,42

300( 20)

18,0

9,5

CLP-VT-P-610-610-292-6-H14-GF-P

610x610x292

H14

3000

0,83

300( 20)

36,0

17,5

CLP-VT-P2-610-610-292-6-H14-GF-P

610x610x292

H14

2650

0,74

300( 20)

30,0

16,0

Code key:
CLP - Filter Type - Frame Type Width Height Depth Construction - Filter Class - Filter Material Material Quality
Filter Type:
VT = V-type
Frame Type:
P = Plastic

P2 = Plastic frame (reduced filter pack)

M = Galvanized steel frame

M2 = Galvanized steel frame (reduced filter pack)
Width:
mm
Height:
mm
Depth:
mm
Construction:
6 pockets
Filter Class:
H10, H12, H13, H14
Filter Material:
GF = Glass fibre
Material Quality:
P = Premium

V-TYPE MINIPLEAT FILTER - Filter class H10, H12-H14


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Technical values

400

500

H10 (M, P)
H12 (M2, P2)

420

320

H10 (M2, P2)

H12 (M, P)
340
P (Pa)

P (Pa)

240

160

260

180

80

100
40

0
40

60

80

100

120

140

60

480

100

120

140

480

H13

400

H14

400

320
P (Pa)

320
P (Pa)

80

qv (%)

qv (%)

240

240

160

160

80

80

0
40

60

80

100

120

140

40

60

qv (%)

80

100

qv (%)

Curve reading instructions:


qv=100% relates to the flow rate for the selected filter, see technical
values chart.
In example CLP-VT-M-305-610-292-6-H10-GF-P filter has air amount 2500
m3/h which corresponds with a pressure drop of 180Pa. If the desired air
amount for a filter is 2000 m3/h it corresponds with 80% qv and 115Pa
pressure drop.

V-TYPE MINIPLEAT FILTER - Filter class H10, H12-H14


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Air amount, front velocity, pressure drop curve

H10, H12-H13 150 mm and 292 mm


General characteristics
Absolute flow filters are used in applications having
relatively high air flows and also high indoor air quality is
required.
Typical applications
The filter has an excellent efficiency and unique structure,
which prevent possible bypasses. Typical applications are
ventilation systems in hospitals, food and pharmaceutical
industries. Absolute flow filters can be used to protect
people and delicate electronic devices.
Advantages
Strong frame and construction
Manufactured in different types of frame to satisfy
various installations
Long service life

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Dimensions
W

Media
Glass fibre water-repellent paper. The uniform and closed
pleat filter pack grants a high crossing surface which
holds very fine dusts.

61

Sealant
A polyurethane resin guarantees the seal between the
filter pack and frame.

150

MDF FRAME 150 mm

Frame
Different types of frames to meet the installation
requirements are available:
MD = wooden frame
M = galvanized steel frame
P = plastic frame
SS = stainless steel frame

61

292

Gasket
Single cold expanded elastomeric half-circular gasket to
guarantee a perfect seal.

MDF FRAME 292 mm

61

Operating range
Continuous operating temperature:
Relative humidity
Pressure drop recommended
for filter replacement:

450 Pa

Specifications
Filters available in classes H10, H12, H13
Stainless steel frame on request
Filter class H14; 150 mm see product Laminar flow
filters
Filter class H14; 292 mm price and delivery time on
request

W
METAL AND PLASTIC FRAME

ABSOLUTE FLOW FILTER

70 C
Max. 90%

- H10, H12, H13 150 mm, 292 mm


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ABSOLUTE FLOW FILTER

Filter class H10 150mm


Halton code

Dimensions
WxHxD
mm

Filter class,
EN1822

Flow rate
m3/h

m3/s

Initial pressure
drop
Pa

Filtering
surface
m2

Weight
kg

CLP-TF-MD-305-610-150-0-H10-GF-P

305x610x150

H10

800

0,23

250( 20)

5,5

4,0

CLP-TF-MD-610-610-150-0-H10-GF-P

610x610x150

H10

1800

0,50

250( 20)

11,0

6,0

CLP-TF-P-305-610-150-0-H10-GF-P

305x610x150

H10

850

0,24

250( 20)

5,8

4,0

CLP-TF-P-610-610-150-0-H10-GF-P

610x610x150

H10

1900

0,53

250( 20)

11,5

6,0

CLP-TF-M-305-610-150-0-H10-GF-P

305x610x150

H10

850

0,24

250( 20)

5,8

4,5

CLP-TF-M-610-610-150-0-H10-GF-P

610x610x150

H10

1900

0,53

250( 20)

11,5

7,0

Filter class H12 150mm


Halton code

CLP-TF-MD-203-203-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-MD-305-305-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-MD-305-610-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-MD-457-457-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-MD-457-610-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-MD-610-610-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-MD-610-762-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-MD-610-915-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-MD-610-1220-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-MD-610-1525-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-MD-610-1830-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-MD-762-762-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-MD-762-915-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-M-203-203-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-M-305-305-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-M-305-610-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-M-457-457-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-M-457-610-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-M-610-610-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-M-610-762-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-M-610-915-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-M-610-1220-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-M-610-1525-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-M-610-1830-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-M-762-762-150-0-H12-GF-P
CLP-TF-M-762-915-150-0-H12-GF-P

Dimensions
WxHxD
mm

Filter class,
EN1822

203x203x150
305x305x150
305x610x150
457x457x150
457x610x150
610x610x150
610x762x150
610x915x150
610x1220x150
610x1525x150
610x1830x150
762x762x150
762x915x150
203x203x150
305x305x150
305x610x150
457x457x150
457x610x150
610x610x150
610x762x150
610x915x150
610x1220x150
610x1525x150
610x1830x150
762x762x150
762x915x150

H12
H12
H12
H12
H12
H12
H12
H12
H12
H12
H12
H12
H12
H12
H12
H12
H12
H12
H12
H12
H12
H12
H12
H12
H12
H12

Dimensions
WxHxD
mm

Filter class,
EN1822

305x305x150
305x610x150
457x457x150
457x610x150
610x610x150
610x762x150
610x915x150
610x1220x150
610x1525x150
762x762x150
762x915x150
305x305x150
305x610x150
457x457x150
457x610x150
610x610x150
610x762x150
610x915x150
610x1220x150
610x1525x150
762x762x150
762x915x150

H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13

Flow rate
m3/h

m3/s

Initial
pressure drop
Pa

Filtering
surface
m2

Weight

50
150
300
325
450
600
750
900
1200
1500
1810
950
1150
50
150
300
325
450
600
750
900
1200
1500
1810
950
1150

0,01
0,04
0,08
0,09
0,12
0,17
0,21
0,25
0,33
0,42
0,50
0,26
0,32
0,01
0,04
0,08
0,09
0,12
0,17
0,21
0,25
0,33
0,42
0,50
0,26
0,32

120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)

1,3
2,8
5,5
6,3
8,4
11,3
14,3
16,9
22,5
28,0
33,6
17,8
21,3
1,3
2,8
5,5
6,3
8,4
11,3
14,3
16,9
22,5
28,0
33,6
17,8
21,3

2,0
3,0
4,0
4,5
5,0
6,0
7,0
8,0
10,0
11,0
17,0
11,5
12,5
2,0
3,0
4,0
4,5
5,0
6,0
7,0
8,0
10,0
11,0
17,0
11,5
12,5

Filtering
surface
m2

Weight

2,8
5,5
6,3
8,4
11,3
14,3
16,9
22,5
28,0
17,8
21,3
2,8
5,5
6,3
8,4
11,3
14,3
16,9
22,5
28,0
17,8
21,3

3,0
4,0
4,5
5,0
6,0
7,0
8,0
10,0
11,0
11,5
12,5
3,0
4,0
4,5
5,0
6,0
7,0
8,0
10,0
11,0
11,5
12,5

kg

Filter class H13 150mm


Halton code

CLP-TF-MD-305-305-150-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-TF-MD-305-610-150-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-TF-MD-457-457-150-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-TF-MD-457-610-150-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-TF-MD-610-610-150-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-TF-MD-610-762-150-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-TF-MD-610-915-150-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-TF-MD-610-1220-150-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-TF-MD-610-1525-150-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-TF-MD-762-762-150-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-TF-MD-762-915-150-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-TF-M-305-305-150-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-TF-M-305-610-150-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-TF-M-457-457-150-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-TF-M-457-610-150-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-TF-M-610-610-150-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-TF-M-610-762-150-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-TF-M-610-915-150-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-TF-M-610-1220-150-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-TF-M-610-1525-150-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-TF-M-762-762-150-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-TF-M-762-915-150-0-H13-GF-P

ABSOLUTE FLOW FILTER

Flow rate
m3/h

m3/s

Initial
pressure drop
Pa

150
300
325
450
600
750
900
1200
1500
950
1150
150
300
325
450
600
750
900
1200
1500
950
1150

0,04
0,08
0,09
0,12
0,17
0,21
0,25
0,33
0,42
0,26
0,32
0,04
0,08
0,09
0,12
0,17
0,21
0,25
0,33
0,42
0,26
0,32

140( 20)
140( 20)
140( 20)
140( 20)
140( 20)
140( 20)
140( 20)
140( 20)
140( 20)
140( 20)
140( 20)
140( 20)
140( 20)
140( 20)
140( 20)
140( 20)
140( 20)
140( 20)
140( 20)
140( 20)
140( 20)
140( 20)

- H10, H12, H13 150 mm, 292 mm


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Technical values

Halton code

CLP-TF-MD-305-610-292-0-H10-GF-P

Dimensions
WxHxD
mm

Filter class,
EN1822

305x610x292

H10

Flow rate
m3/h

m3/s

Initial pressure
drop
Pa

1200

0,34

200( 20)

Filtering
surface
m2

Weight

6,1

6,0

kg

CLP-TF-MD-610-610-292-0-H10-GF-P

610x610x292

H10

2600

0,73

200( 20)

12,8

10,0

CLP-TF-MD-762-610-292-0-H10-GF-P

762x610x292

H10

3300

0,92

200( 20)

16,1

12,0

CLP-TF-P-305-610-292-0-H10-GF-P

305x610x292

H10

1700

0,47

200( 20)

7,3

6,0

CLP-TF-P-610-610-292-0-H10-GF-P

610x610x292

H10

3400

0,94

200( 20)

14,6

10,0

CLP-TF-M-305-610-292-0-H10-GF-P

305x610x292

H10

1700

0,47

200( 20)

7,3

7,0

CLP-TF-M-610-610-292-0-H10-GF-P

610x610x292

H10

3400

0,94

200( 20)

14,6

12,0

Filter class H12 292mm


Halton code

Dimensions
WxHxD
mm

Filter class,
EN1822

Flow rate
3

m /h

m /s
3

Initial pressure
drop
Pa

Filtering
surface
m2

Weight
kg

CLP-TF-MD-305-610-292-0-H12-GF-P

305x610x292

H12

900

0,25

250( 20)

7,0

6,0

CLP-TF-MD-610-610-292-0-H12-GF-P

610x610x292

H12

2000

0,56

250( 20)

14,0

10,0
12,0

CLP-TF-MD-762-610-292-0-H12-GF-P

762x610x292

H12

2500

0,70

250( 20)

17,5

CLP-TF-M-305-610-292-0-H12-GF-P

305x610x292

H12

900

0,25

250( 20)

7,0

6,0

CLP-TF-M-610-610-292-0-H12-GF-P

610x610x292

H12

2000

0,56

250( 20)

14,0

10,0
12,0

CLP-TF-M-762-610-292-0-H12-GF-P

762x610x292

H12

2500

0,70

250( 20)

17,5

CLP-TF-P-305-610-292-0-H12-GF-P

305x610x292

H12

900

0,25

250( 20)

7,0

6,0

CLP-TF-P-610-610-292-0-H12-GF-P

610x610x292

H12

2000

0,56

250( 20)

14,0

10,0

Dimensions
WxHxD
mm

Filter class,
EN1822

Initial pressure
drop
Pa

Filtering
surface
m2

Weight

Filter class H13 292mm


Halton code

Flow rate
m3/h

m3/s

kg

CLP-TF-MD-305-610-292-0-H13-GF-P

305x610x292

H13

750

0,21

250( 20)

7,0

6,0

CLP-TF-MD-610-610-292-0-H13-GF-P

610x610x292

H13

1700

0,47

250( 20)

14,0

10,0
12,0

CLP-TF-MD-762-610-292-0-H13-GF-P

762x610x292

H13

2150

0,60

250( 20)

17,5

CLP-TF-M-305-610-292-0-H13-GF-P

305x610x292

H13

950

0,26

250( 20)

7,0

6,0

CLP-TF-M-610-610-292-0-H13-GF-P

610x610x292

H13

1900

0,53

250( 20)

14,0

10,0

CLP-TF-P-305-610-292-0-H13-GF-P

305x610x292

H13

950

0,26

250( 20)

7,0

6,0

CLP-TF-P-610-610-292-0-H13-GF-P

610x610x292

H13

1900

0,53

250( 20)

14,0

10,0

Code key:
CLP - Filter Type - Frame Type Width Height Depth Construction - Filter Class - Filter Material Material Quality
Filter Type:
TF= Turbulent flow
Frame Type:
M = Galvanized steel frame

MD = Wooden frame

P = Plastic frame

SS = Stainless steel frame
Width:
mm
Height:
mm
Depth:
150 or 292 mm
Construction:
0 = No pockets
Filter Class:
H10, H12, H13
Filter Material:
GF = Glass fibre
Material Quality:
P = Premium

ABSOLUTE FLOW FILTER

- H10, H12, H13 150 mm, 292 mm


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Filter class H10 292mm

H10, MD (292)

400

H12 MD (292)
H12 M (292)
H12 P(292)

400

H10, M, P (292)
320

320

240
P (Pa)

P (Pa)

240

160

160

H12 MD (150)
80

80
0
40

60

80

100

120

140

qv (%)

40

60

80

100

qv (%)

H13, MD (292)

400

H13, M, P (292)
320

P (Pa)

240

160

80

0
40

60

80

100

120

140

qv (%)

Curve reading instructions:


qv=100% relates to the flow rate for the selected filter, see technical
values chart.
In example CLP-TF-MD-305-610-150-0-H12-GF-P filter has air amount 300
m3/h which corresponds with a pressure drop of 120Pa. If the desired
air amount for a filter is 240 m3/h it corresponds with 80% qv and 105Pa
pressure drop.

ABSOLUTE FLOW FILTER

- H10, H12, H13 150 mm, 292 mm


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Air amount, front velocity, pressure drop curve

H10, H13-H14, U15, U16-U17


General characteristics
The laminar flow filters can thanks to their good
construction and the strict tests during and at the end of
the production be used in cleanrooms for laminar flows
with low turbulence. These filter elements have a low
pressure drop and a uniformity of the flow with velocity
5% of the nominal airflow value.
Typical applications
Laminar flow HEPA and ULPA filters are used e.g. in
sterile rooms, clean rooms and operation theatres. The
filters are installed as final filter stage in wall- and ceiling
applications where both the highest indoor air quality
and controlled air flow are required. Filters are used also
inside HEPA diffusers.

Dimensions

Advantages
Strong frame and construction with steel protection grid
Very high filtration class
Long service life
51
H

68

Media
Glass fibre paper.

51 61

14

Sealant
A polyurethane resin guarantees the seal between the
filter pack and frame.

68 mm alumiinikehys

6878

61

14
14

Frame
Extruded anodised aluminium. Protection screens
composed of stretched steel grid with white painting.
(AL = Aluminium frame)
Frame also available in wood for H13, H14 class filters.
Wooden frame is made without protection grid.
(MDF = Engineered wooden frame)

78
Aluminium
frame 68 mm
68 mm alumiinikehys

78
78

14

14

14
14

78 mm alumiinikehys

Aluminium
frame 78 geelitiiviste
mm, gel gasket
78 mm alumiinikehys,

14

Gasket
Single cold expanded elastomeric semi-circular gasket to
guarantee a perfect seal. Gel gasket is available at special
request for aluminium frame (Construction code G).

90

78

51

14
14

51

14

78 mm alumiinikehys, geelitiiviste

Operating range
Continuous operating temperature:
Relative humidity:
Pressure drop recommended
for filter replacement:

90 mm alumiinikehys,
tuplatiiviste
Aluminium
frame 90 mm,
double gasket

51

78 90

61

14

51

14

90 mm alumiinikehys, tuplatiiviste
MDF78frame,
mm
mm MD78
kehys

19

78 mm MD kehys

19

400 Pa

Specifications
Filters available in classes H10, H13, H14, U15, U16, U17
(See table for alternatives in different frame material)
MDF frame not to be used for ULPA-class filters
ULPA-classes U16 and U17 available for aluminium frame
based on special request and quantity

78

61

14

80 C
Max. 100%

LAMINAR FLOW FILTER - H10, H13-H14, U15, U16-U17


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LAMINAR FLOW FILTER

Filter class H10, Aluminium frame 68mm (as a special order it is possible to get gel gasket filter 78mm or double gasket filter 90mm)
Halton code

Dimensions
WxHxD
mm

Filter class,
EN1822

Flow rate
m /h

Initial pressure
drop
Pa

m /s

Filtering
surface
m2

Weight
kg

CLP-LF-AL-610-305-68-0-H10-GF-P

610x305x68

H10

500

0,14

100( 20)

5,5

4,0

CLP-LF-AL-610-610-68-0-H10-GF-P

610x610x68

H10

1000

0,28

100( 20)

11,0

7,0

CLP-LF-AL-610-915-68-0-H10-GF-P

610x915x68

H10

1500

0,42

100( 20)

16,5

10,0

CLP-LF-AL-610-1220-68-0-H10-GF-P

610x1220x68

H10

2000

0,56

100( 20)

22,0

12,0

Filter class H13, Aluminium frame 68mm (as a special order it is possible to get gel gasket filter 78mm or double gasket filter 90mm)
Halton code

Dimensions
WxHxD
mm

Filter class,
EN1822

CLP-LF-AL-305-305-68-0-H13-GF-P

305x305x68

CLP-LF-AL-457-457-68-0-H13-GF-P

457x457x68

CLP-LF-AL-457-610-68-0-H13-GF-P

Flow rate

Filtering
surface
m2

Weight

m /s

Initial
pressure drop
Pa

150

0,04

120( 20)

2,8

2,5

335

0,09

120( 20)

6,3

3,5

H13

450

0,12

120( 20)

8,4

4,7

515x515x68

H13

430

0,11

120( 20)

8,0

6,0

CLP-LF-AL-525-525-68-0-H13-GF-P

525x525x68

H13

450

0,12

120( 20)

8,2

7,5

CLP-LF-AL-610-305-68-0-H13-GF-P

610x305x68

H13

300

0,08

120( 20)

5,5

4,0

CLP-LF-AL-610-610-68-0-H13-GF-P

610x610x68

H13

600

0,17

120( 20)

11,3

7,0

CLP-LF-AL-610-915-68-0-H13-GF-P

610x915x68

H13

900

0,25

120( 20)

16,9

10,0

CLP-LF-AL-610-1220-68-0-H13-GF-P

610x1220x68

H13

1200

0,33

120( 20)

22,5

12,0

CLP-LF-AL-610-1525-68-0-H13-GF-P

610x1525x68

H13

1500

0,42

120( 20)

28,0

16,5

CLP-LF-AL-610-1830-68-0-H13-GF-P

610x1830x68

H13

1800

0,50

120( 20)

33,6

19,0

CLP-LF-AL-762-305-68-0-H13-GF-P

762x305x68

H13

375

0,10

120( 20)

6,9

5,5

CLP-LF-AL-762-610-68-0-H13-GF-P

762x610x68

H13

750

0,21

120( 20)

14,3

9,0

CLP-LF-AL-762-915-68-0-H13-GF-P

762x915x68

H13

1125

0,31

120( 20)

21,3

11,0

CLP-LF-AL-762-1220-68-0-H13-GF-P

762x1220x68

H13

1500

0,42

120( 20)

28,3

16,0

CLP-LF-AL-915-305-68-0-H13-GF-P

915x305x68

H13

450

0,12

120( 20)

8,2

6,5

CLP-LF-AL-915-915-68-0-H13-GF-P

915x915x68

H13

1350

0,37

120( 20)

25,7

14,5

CLP-LF-AL-915-1220-68-0-H13-GF-P

915x1220x68

H13

1800

0,50

120( 20)

34,1

19,0

m /h
H13
H13

457x610x68

CLP-LF-AL-515-515-68-0-H13-GF-P

kg

Filter class H14, Aluminium frame 68mm (as a special order it is possible to get gel gasket filter 78mm or double gasket filter 90mm)
Halton code

Dimensions
WxHxD
mm

Filter class,
EN1822

CLP-LF-AL-305-305-68-0-H14-GF-P

305x305x68

CLP-LF-AL-457-457-68-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-457-610-68-0-H14-GF-P

Flow rate
m3/h

m3/s

Initial
pressure drop
Pa

Filtering
surface
m2

Weight

H14

150

0,04

120( 20)

2,8

2,5

457x457x68

H14

335

0,09

120( 20)

6,3

3,5

457x610x68

H14

450

0,12

120( 20)

8,4

4,7

CLP-LF-AL-515-515-68-0-H14-GF-P

515x515x68

H14

430

0,11

120( 20)

8,0

6,0

CLP-LF-AL-525-525-68-0-H14-GF-P

525x525x68

H14

450

0,12

120( 20)

8,2

7,5

CLP-LF-AL-610-305-68-0-H14-GF-P

610x305x68

H14

300

0,08

120( 20)

5,5

4,0

CLP-LF-AL-610-610-68-0-H14-GF-P

610x610x68

H14

600

0,17

120( 20)

11,3

7,0

CLP-LF-AL-610-915-68-0-H14-GF-P

610x915x68

H14

900

0,25

120( 20)

16,9

10,0

CLP-LF-AL-610-1220-68-0-H14-GF-P

610x1220x68

H14

1200

0,33

120( 20)

22,5

12,0

CLP-LF-AL-610-1525-68-0-H14-GF-P

610x1525x68

H14

1500

0,42

120( 20)

28,0

16,5

CLP-LF-AL-610-1830-68-0-H14-GF-P

610x1830x68

H14

1800

0,50

120( 20)

33,6

19,0

CLP-LF-AL-762-305-68-0-H14-GF-P

762x305x68

H14

375

0,10

120( 20)

6,9

5,5

CLP-LF-AL-762-610-68-0-H14-GF-P

762x610x68

H14

750

0,21

120( 20)

14,3

9,0

CLP-LF-AL-762-915-68-0-H14-GF-P

762x915x68

H14

1125

0,31

120( 20)

21,3

11,0

CLP-LF-AL-762-1220-68-0-H14-GF-P

762x1220x68

H14

1500

0,42

120( 20)

28,3

16,0

CLP-LF-AL-915-305-68-0-H14-GF-P

915x305x68

H14

450

0,12

120( 20)

8,2

6,5

CLP-LF-AL-915-915-68-0-H14-GF-P

915x915x68

H14

1350

0,37

120( 20)

25,7

14,5

CLP-LF-AL-915-1220-68-0-H14-GF-P

915x1220x68

H14

1800

0,50

120( 20)

34,1

19,0

kg

Filter class U15, Aluminium frame 68mm (as a special order it is possible to get gel gasket filter 78mm or double gasket filter 90mm)
Halton code

Dimensions
WxHxD
mm

Filter class,
EN1822

Flow rate
m3/h

m3/s

Initial pressure
drop
Pa

Filtering
surface
m2

Weight
kg

CLP-LF-AL-457-457-68-0-U15-GF-P

457x457x68

U15

335

0,09

140( 20)

6,3

3,5

CLP-LF-AL-610-305-68-0-U15-GF-P

610x305x68

U15

300

0,08

140( 20)

5,5

4,0

CLP-LF-AL-610-610-68-0-U15-GF-P

610x610x68

U15

600

0,17

140( 20)

11,3

7,0

CLP-LF-AL-610-915-68-0-U15-GF-P

610x915x68

U15

900

0,25

140( 20)

16,9

10,0

CLP-LF-AL-610-1220-68-0-U15-GF-P

610x1220x68

U15

1200

0,33

140( 20)

22,5

12,0

CLP-LF-AL-762-610-68-0-U15-GF-P

762x610x68

U15

750

0,21

140( 20)

14,3

9,0

LAMINAR FLOW FILTER - H10, H13-H14, U15, U16-U17


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Technical values

Halton code

CLP-LF-AL-305-305-115-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-457-457-115-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-457-610-115-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-515-515-115-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-525-525-115-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-610-305-115-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-610-610-115-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-610-915-115-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-610-1220-115-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-610-1525-115-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-610-1830-115-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-762-305-115-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-762-610-115-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-762-915-115-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-762-1220-115-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-915-305-115-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-915-915-115-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-915-1220-115-0-H14-GF-P

Dimensions
WxHxD
mm

Filter class,
EN1822

305x305x115
457x457x115
457x610x115
515x515x115
525x525x115
610x305x115
610x610x115
610x915x115
610x1220x115
610x1525x115
610x1830x115
762x305x115
762x610x115
762x915x115
762x1220x115
915x305x115
915x915x115
915x1220x115

H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14

Flow rate
m3/h

m3/s

Initial
pressure drop
Pa

Filtering
surface
m2

Weight

150
335
450
430
450
300
600
900
1200
1500
1800
375
750
1125
1500
450
1350
1800

0,04
0,09
0,12
0,11
0,12
0,08
0,17
0,25
0,33
0,42
0,50
0,10
0,21
0,31
0,42
0,12
0,37
0,50

120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)

2,8
6,3
8,4
8,0
8,2
5,5
11,3
16,9
22,5
28,0
33,6
6,9
14,3
21,3
28,3
8,2
25,7
34,1

2,5
3,5
4,7
6,0
7,5
4,0
7,0
10,0
12,0
16,5
19,0
5,5
9,0
11,0
16,0
6,5
14,5
19,0

Filtering
surface
m2

Weight

kg

Filter class H14, Aluminium frame 150mm (filter pack 50 mm)


Halton code

CLP-LF-AL-305-305-150-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-457-457-150-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-457-610-150-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-515-515-150-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-525-525-150-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-610-305-150-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-610-610-150-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-610-915-150-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-610-1220-150-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-610-1525-150-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-610-1830-150-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-762-305-150-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-762-610-150-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-762-915-150-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-762-1220-150-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-915-305-150-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-915-915-150-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-AL-915-1220-150-0-H14-GF-P

Dimensions
WxHxD
mm

Filter class,
EN1822

305x305x150
457x457x150
457x610x150
515x515x150
525x525x150
610x305x150
610x610x150
610x915x150
610x1220x150
610x1525x150
610x1830x150
762x305x150
762x610x150
762x915x150
762x1220x150
915x305x150
915x915x150
915x1220x150

H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14
H14

Dimensions
WxHxD
mm

Filter class,
EN1822

305x305x78
457x457x78
457x610x78
515x515x78
525x525x78
610x305x78
610x610x78
610x915x78
610x1220x78
610x1525x78
610x1830x78
762x305x78
762x610x78
762x915x78
762x1220x78
915x305x78
915x915x78
915x1220x78

H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13
H13

Flow rate
m3/h

m3/s

Initial
pressure drop
Pa

150
335
450
430
450
300
600
900
1200
1500
1800
375
750
1125
1500
450
1350
1800

0,04
0,09
0,12
0,11
0,12
0,08
0,17
0,25
0,33
0,42
0,50
0,10
0,21
0,31
0,42
0,12
0,37
0,50

120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)

2,8
6,3
8,4
8,0
8,2
5,5
11,3
16,9
22,5
28,0
33,6
6,9
14,3
21,3
28,3
8,2
25,7
34,1

2,5
3,5
4,7
6,0
7,5
4,0
7,0
10,0
12,0
16,5
19,0
5,5
9,0
11,0
16,0
6,5
14,5
19,0

Filtering
surface
m2

Weight

2,8
6,3
8,4
8,0
8,2
5,5
11,3
16,9
22,5
28,0
33,6
6,9
14,3
21,3
28,3
8,2
25,7
34,1

2,5
3,5
4,7
6,0
7,5
4,0
7,0
10,0
12,0
16,5
19,0
5,5
9,0
11,0
16,0
6,5
14,5
19,0

kg

Filter class H13, Wooden frame 78mm


Halton code

CLP-LF-MD-305-305-78-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-LF-MD-457-457-78-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-LF-MD-457-610-78-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-LF-MD-515-515-78-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-LF-MD-525-525-78-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-LF-MD-610-305-78-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-LF-MD-610-610-78-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-LF-MD-610-915-78-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-LF-MD-610-1220-78-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-LF-MD-610-1525-78-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-LF-MD-610-1830-78-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-LF-MD-762-305-78-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-LF-MD-762-610-78-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-LF-MD-762-915-78-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-LF-MD-762-1220-78-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-LF-MD-915-305-78-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-LF-MD-915-915-78-0-H13-GF-P
CLP-LF-MD-915-1220-78-0-H13-GF-P

Flow rate
m3/h

m3/s

Initial
pressure drop
Pa

150
335
450
430
450
300
600
900
1200
1500
1800
375
750
1125
1500
450
1350
1800

0,04
0,09
0,12
0,11
0,12
0,08
0,17
0,25
0,33
0,42
0,50
0,10
0,21
0,31
0,42
0,12
0,37
0,50

120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)
120( 20)

LAMINAR FLOW FILTER - H10, H13-H14, U15, U16-U17


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Filter class H14, Aluminium frame 115mm (filter pack 50 mm)

Halton code

Dimensions
WxHxD
mm

Filter class,
EN1822

CLP-LF-MD-305-305-78-0-H14-GF-P

305x305x78

CLP-LF-MD-457-457-78-0-H14-GF-P
CLP-LF-MD-457-610-78-0-H14-GF-P

Flow rate
m3/h

m3/s

Initial
pressure drop
Pa

Filtering
surface
m2

Weight

H14

150

0,04

120( 20)

2,8

2,5

457x457x78

H14

335

0,09

120( 20)

6,3

3,5

457x610x78

H14

450

0,12

120( 20)

8,4

4,7

CLP-LF-MD-515-515-78-0-H14-GF-P

515x515x78

H14

430

0,11

120( 20)

8,0

6,0

CLP-LF-MD-525-525-78-0-H14-GF-P

525x525x78

H14

450

0,12

120( 20)

8,2

7,5

CLP-LF-MD-610-305-78-0-H14-GF-P

610x305x78

H14

300

0,08

120( 20)

5,5

4,0

CLP-LF-MD-610-610-78-0-H14-GF-P

610x610x78

H14

600

0,17

120( 20)

11,3

7,0

CLP-LF-MD-610-915-78-0-H14-GF-P

610x915x78

H14

900

0,25

120( 20)

16,9

10,0

CLP-LF-MD-610-1220-78-0-H14-GF-P

610x1220x78

H14

1200

0,33

120( 20)

22,5

12,0

CLP-LF-MD-610-1525-78-0-H14-GF-P

610x1525x78

H14

1500

0,42

120( 20)

28,0

16,5

CLP-LF-MD-610-1830-78-0-H14-GF-P

610x1830x78

H14

1800

0,50

120( 20)

33,6

19,0

CLP-LF-MD-762-305-78-0-H14-GF-P

762x305x78

H14

375

0,10

120( 20)

6,9

5,5

CLP-LF-MD-762-610-78-0-H14-GF-P

762x610x78

H14

750

0,21

120( 20)

14,3

9,0

CLP-LF-MD-762-915-78-0-H14-GF-P

762x915x78

H14

1125

0,31

120( 20)

21,3

11,0

CLP-LF-MD-762-1220-78-0-H14-GF-P

762x1220x78

H14

1500

0,42

120( 20)

28,3

16,0

CLP-LF-MD-915-305-78-0-H14-GF-P

915x305x78

H14

450

0,12

120( 20)

8,2

6,5

CLP-LF-MD-915-915-78-0-H14-GF-P

915x915x78

H14

1350

0,37

120( 20)

25,7

14,5

CLP-LF-MD-915-1220-78-0-H14-GF-P

915x1220x78

H14

1800

0,50

120( 20)

34,1

19,0

kg

Code key
CLP - Filter Type - Frame Type Width Height Depth Construction - Filter Class - Filter Material Material Quality
Filter Type:
LF= Laminar flow
Frame Type:
MD = Wooden frame

AL = Aluminium frame
Width:
mm
Height:
mm
Depth:
mm
Construction:
0 = No pockets, G=Gel gasket, D=Double gasket
Filter Class:
H10, H13, H14, U15, U16, U17
Filter Material:
GF = Glass fibre
Material Quality:
P = Premium

Air amount, front velocity, pressure drop curve


220

U15, AL 68 mm

200

H13&H14, AL 68 mm
78 mm, 115 mm, 150 mm

180
160

H10, AL 68 mm
78 mm, 115 mm, 150 mm

140

P (Pa)

120
100

Curve reading instructions:


qv=100% relates to the flow rate for the selected filter, see technical
values chart.
In example CLP-LF-AL-610-610-68-0-H14-GF-P filter has air amount 600
m3/h which corresponds with a pressure drop of 110Pa. If the desired
air amount for a filter is 500 m3/h it corresponds with 83% qv and 90Pa
pressure drop.

80
60
40
20
40

60

80

100

120

140

qv (%)

LAMINAR FLOW FILTER - H10, H13-H14, U15, U16-U17


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Filter class H14, Wooden frame 78mm

H10-H12
General characteristics
V-type rigid pocket filters can thanks to their high filtration
surface, low pressure drops, possibility of complete
incineration, compact and robust construction be used
in demanding HEPA air conditioning and ventilation
systems.
Typical applications
V-type rigid pocket filters with mini-pleated extended
filtering surface are used for HEPA filtration in public
premises and industrial air conditioning systems. The
main advantages of such construction are a low pressure
loss compared to other HEPA filters and a long life span.
With a flange of 25 mm filters may be installed into
standard mounting frames.

Dimensions
W

290

Advantages
Strong plastic frame and rigid construction
Ease of maintenance
Long service life
Filters are completely incinerable

25

19 28

Media
Glass fibre paper containing the filtration packs laid out
in a multi V shape, also known as rigid bag filters. The
uniform and close filter pack allows the various panels
of the filters and elevated crossing surface to hold fine
dusts.

Air amount, front velocity, pressure drop curve


480

H11
/H12

400

Sealant
A polyurethane resin guarantees the seal between the
filter pack and frame.

DP (Pa)

320

240

Frame
Robust structure in pressed extruded polystyrene. The
light and compact construction gives the filter a superior
mechanical resistance compared with traditional bag
filters.

H10

160

80

Operating range
Continuous operating temperature:
Relative humidity
Pressure drop recommended
for filter replacement:

0
40

60

80

100

120

140

qv (%)

Curve reading instructions:


qv=100% relates to the flow rate for the selected filter, see technical values
chart.
In example CLP-RP-P-592-287-290-4-H10-GF-P filter has air amount
2000 m3/h which corresponds with a pressure drop of 170Pa. If the desired
air amount for a filter is 1800 m3/h it corresponds with 90% qv and 150Pa
pressure drop.

70C
Max. 100%
450 Pa

Specifications
Filters available in classes H10, H11, H12
Gasket on request

RIGID POCKET FILTER - H10-H12


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RIGID POCKET FILTER

Halton code

Dimensions
WxHxD
mm

Filter class,
EN1822

CLP-RP-P-592-287-290-4-H10-GF-P

592x287x290

CLP-RP-P-592-490-290-4-H10-GF-P

592x490x290

CLP-RP-P-592-592-290-4-H10-GF-P

Flow rate
m3/h

m3/s

Initial pressure
drop
Pa

Filtering
surface
m2

Weight

H10

2000

0,56

170( 20)

9,3

3,0

H10

3200

0,88

170( 20)

14,5

5,0

592x592x290

H10

4000

1,11

170( 20)

18,5

6,0

CLP-RP-P-592-287-290-4-H11-GF-P

592x287x290

H11

2000

0,56

250( 20)

9,3

3,0

CLP-RP-P-592-490-290-4-H11-GF-P

592x490x290

H11

3200

0,88

250( 20)

14,5

5,0

CLP-RP-P-592-592-290-4-H11-GF-P

592x592x290

H11

4000

1,11

250( 20)

18,5

6,0

CLP-RP-P-592-287-290-4-H12-GF-P

592x287x290

H12

2000

0,56

250( 20)

9,3

3,0

CLP-RP-P-592-490-290-4-H12-GF-P

592x490x290

H12

3200

0,88

250( 20)

14,5

5,0

CLP-RP-P-592-592-290-4-H12-GF-P

592x592x290

H12

4000

1,11

250( 20)

18,5

6,0

kg

H10

H11

H12

Code key
CLP - Filter Type - Frame Type Width Height Depth Construction - Filter Class - Filter Material Material Quality
Filter Type:
RP = Rigid Pocket
Frame Type:
P = Plastic
Width:
mm
Height:
mm
Depth:
292 mm
Construction:
4 pockets
Filter Class:
H10, H11, H12
Filter Material:
GF = Glass fibre
Material Quality:
P = Premium

RIGID POCKET FILTER - H10-H12


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Technical values

Air Filtration Catalog/1112/ENG

Gas filtration assets


Chemical filtration of gas and odours
Typical application

Type of installation

Media bed depth

Max air flow per


600x600

CL 30 M module

Industry,
electrical rooms

Chemical filter unit

76,2 mm

300 dm3/s

CL 15 M module

Museums,
kitchens, offices

Chemical filter unit

25,4 mm

1000 dm3/s

Cylidrical module

Museums, offices

Special supporting
frame

35/25 mm

1000 dm3/s

Combination
V-type
Rigid Pocket + F7

Offices

25 mm frame

2 mm + F7

900 dm3/s

Picture

When choosing the right product it is important to know what kind of environment needs to be purified.
In industrial heavy duty solutions the chemical unit need to be carefully designed and calculated for the object in question. Solutions in
industrial applications usually include several stages of carbon modules and can be a combination of different filter medias.
In applications were only repellent odours needs to be purified the solutions are usually more like conventional filter products and they can
be more easily implemented into the air handling unit.

In addition to airborne particles, gaseous pollutants can

Gas filtration is based on adsorption of impurities, i.e.

cause problems as well. In such a case, gas filtration is

attaching to a porous structure. To increase filtration

needed in addition to mechanical filtration. The aim of gas

capability or to accomplish selectivity the filter media can

filtration is to prevent corrosive, foul-smelling or toxic gases

also be impregnated, and thus use also chemical reactions

from entering indoor air and thus prevent their harmful

to filter impurities. Used filter materials are mainly activated

effects on human health, electronic equipment, production

carbon or aluminium oxide based.

processes and products.


Chemical filters are used in ventilation for example in
Among corrosive gases are sulphur dioxide, hydrogen

following facilities:

sulphide, chlorine and ammonia. On metallic surfaces


condensing gases can cause disturbances, changes and

Electric spaces in industry

damages especially in electric and electronic systems.

Hospitals, laboratories, offices

At its worst, such damages can shut down the entire

Museums

production and thus cause great immediate economic

Waste disposal units

harm.

Industrial kitchens
(filtering smells and ozone from exhaust air)

Gases often produce smells and reduce comfort, even

Circulation air in smoking rooms

health of people, and hinder production. Typical sources

Airports

of smells and unhealthy gases are traffic, waste disposal,


combustion processes, food preparation, solvents and
chemicals.

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V-type carbon and F7 filter

AIR FILTERS
CLASS M5-F9

General characteristics
The carbon and F7 rigid pocket combination filter is
thanks to its high adsorption surface, compact and robust
construction a good solution for gas/odour purification.
The F7 filter class features are adapted to protect carbon
material from filling up with dust particles. A rigid pocket
combination filter is recommended to be used with a
separate pre-filter.
Typical applications
Rigid pocket combination filters are mainly used for
adsorbing low amounts of gaseous impurities in public
buildings, offices and airports. Typical odours to be filtered
are tobacco-, kitchen-, exhaust gas and body odours and
smells. With a flange of 25 mm filters may be installed
into standard mounting frames.

Dimensions

290

Advantages
Strong plastic frame and rigid construction
Easy maintenance
Good combination of mechanical and gas filtration
Filters are completely incinerable in according with
current laws

25

19 28

Air amount, pressure drop curve

Media
Activated carbon combined with pleated synthetic media

180
160

Sealant
A polyuretane resin seal between the filter pack and
frame.

Pressure
drop(Pa)
(Pa)
Painehvi

140
120
100

Frame
Robust structure in pressed extruded polystyrene.
The compact construction gives the filter a superior
mechanical resistance which is needed for filter media.

80
60
40
20

Operating range
Continuous operating temperature:
Max. relative humidity

0
0,0

0,2

0,4

0,6

0,8

1,0

1,2

1,4

Airflow m
Ilmavirta
m33/s/s

70C
100%

Technical values
Halton code

Dimensions
WxHxD
mm

Filter class,
EN779:2002

CLP-RP-P-592-287-290-4-F7-AC-0

592x287x290

CLP-RP-P-592-490-290-4-F7-AC-0

592x490x290

CLP-RP-P-592-592-290-4-F7-AC-0

592x592x290

Flow rate

Filtering
surface
m2

Weight

m /s

Initial
pressure drop
Pa

2000

0,55

110

2,8

5,5

3350

0,93

110

5,2

8,5

4000

1,11

110

6,4

9,5

m /h
F7
F7
F7

* Same filters are available with unrated pre-layer media


Code key
CLP - Filter Type - Frame Type Width Height Depth Construction - Filter Class - Filter Material Material Quality
Filter Type:
RP = Rigid Pocket
Frame Type:
P = Plastic
Width:
mm
Height:
mm
Depth:
mm
Construction:
4 pockets
Filter Class:
F7 filter media
Filter Material:
AC = Activated carbon
Material Quality:
0 = No classification

RIGID POCKET COMBINATION FILTER - V-type carbon and F7 filter


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RIGID POCKET COMBINATION FILTER

General characteristics
The carbon panel filter is used for gas adsorption in
special custom made solutions.
Typical applications
Carbon panel filters are mainly used for adsorbing
gaseous impurities in industrial applications, public
buildings and airports. The main advantages of such
construction are that they are possible to install into a
U-frame.
Advantages
Strong frame and rigid construction
Easy maintenance
Dimensions

Media
Conglomerated carbon media panels can be filled with
different contents of activated carbon depending on the
environmental needs.
H

Frame
Robust structure in steel sheet profile, stretched meshes
on both sides, finish in black colour powder paint.
The compact construction gives the filter a superior
mechanical resistance which is needed for carbon media.
W

Operating range
Continuous operating temperature:
Max. relative humidity

50C
70%

NOTE: It is suggested to install prefilters


class M5 (EN 779) upstream and downstream of
the panels.

Technical values
Halton code

Dimensions WxHxD

Initial pressure

Filtering

mm

m3/h

Flow rate
m3/s

drop
Pa

surface
m2

kg

CLP-PF-M-500-500-24-C1-0-AC-0

500x500x24

160 - 240

0,04 - 0,06

50-75

5,0

6,0

CLP-PF-M-500-500-48-C1-0-AC-0

500x500x48

160 - 240

0,04 - 0,06

100-150

11,2

9,0

CLP-PF-M-500-500-98-C1-0-AC-0

500x500x98

160 - 240

0,04 - 0,06

200-300

23,7

15,0

CLP-PF-M-500-500-24-C2-0-AC-0

500x500x24

160 - 240

0,04 - 0,06

50-75

5,0

6,0

CLP-PF-M-500-500-48-C2-0-AC-0

500x500x48

160 - 240

0,04 - 0,06

100-150

11,2

9,0

CLP-PF-M-500-500-98-C2-0-AC-0

500x500x98

160 - 240

0,04 - 0,06

200-300

23,7

15,0

Code key:
CLP - Filter Type - Frame Type Width Height Depth Construction - Filter Class - Filter Material Material Quality
Filter Type:
PF = Plain Filter
Frame Type:
M = Metal
Width:
(mm)
Height:
(mm)
Depth:
(mm)
Construction:
C1 = Standard activated carbon

C2 = Impregnated activated carbon
Filter Class:
0 = No classification
Filter Material:
AC = Activated carbon
Material Quality:
P = Premium

CARBON PANEL FILTER


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CARBON PANEL FILTER

General characteristics
Activated carbon cartridge filters are used as adsorbent
for gaseous air impurities and odours.
Typical applications
These filters are typically used in public buildings such as
airports, museums, offices and industrial premises. Filters
may be installed both the intake air and the exhaust air
side of the ventilation system. The 25 mm filter bed filter
is designed for the odour deodorization and the 35 mm
filter bed in physical and chemical adsorption of gaseous
pollutants in industrial applications.
Carbon filters are sensible to dust. Therefore a high
quality dust filter is recommended to be installed as a
pre-filter before the carbon filter unit. This protects the
carbon and lengthens the lifetime of the filter.

Dimensions

Advantage
Strong frame and rigid construction
Two filter bed options
Easy maintenance
Media
Different carbon options as filtration materials are
available in according with purpose of use
Thickness of bed 25 mm and 35 mm

Supporting frames
Plate is manufactured in galvanised steel sheet with slots
suitable to install the cartridges. Models are also available
in stainless steel.
Cartridges
Galvanized steel stretched meshes
Available in two different filter bed sizes
(25 mm or 35 mm)
Neoprene gasket, placed on the connection edge
Filter clamping
The filter cartridge edge is provided with pins which
should be inserted into the slots of the plate and
anticlockwise rotation of the cartridge allows the
tightness of the filter. Two different clamping options
available.
Installation frame of cylindrical carbon filter

Operating range
Continuous operating temperature:
Max. relative humidity:
Air flow:
Initial pressure drop:
Air crossing velocity:

CYLINDRICAL CARBON FILTER


53

50C
70%
1000 3700 m3/h
200-280 Pa
0,35 - 0,45 m/s

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CYLINDRICAL CARBON FILTER

Halton code

Dimensions
BxHxD
mm

Flow rate
m3/h

m3/s

Initial pressure

Media

Weight

drop
Pa

volume
dm3

kg

Carbon cartridges are used for adsorption of gaseous pollutants.


Cylinder thickness of 35 mm to be used in heavy (industrial) applications and 25 mm thickness for lighter solutions.
CARTRDIGE
CLP-CY-M-0-140-400-35-0-AC1-0

140/70

155 210

0,04 - 0,06

see below

4,5

3,2

CLP-CY-M-0-140-400-35-0-AC2-0

140/70

155 210

0,04 - 0,06

see below

4,5

3,2

CLP-CY-M-0-140-400-25-0-AC1-0

140/90

185 250

0,05 - 0,07

see below

3,5

2,9

CLP-CY-M-0-140-400-25-0-AC2-0

140/90

185 250

0,05 - 0,07

see below

3,5

2,9

CLP-CY-M-305-610-70-35/6-0-0-0

305x610x70

1000 - 1250

0,28 - 0,35

200 - 280

27,0

22,6

CLP-CY-M-305-610-70-35/8-0-0-0

305x610x70

1250 - 1500

0,35 - 0,42

200 - 280

36,0

28,9

CLP-CY-M-610-610-70-35/12-0-0-0

610x610x70

2000 - 2500

0,56 - 0,70

200 - 280

54,0

44,7

CLP-CY-M-610-610-70-35/16-0-0-0

610x610x70

2500 - 3000

0,70 - 0,84

200 - 280

72,0

57,4

CLP-CY-M-305-610-70-25/6-0-0-0

305x610x70

1250 - 1500

0,35 - 0,42

200 - 280

21,0

20,8

CLP-CY-M-305-610-70-25/8-0-0-0

305x610x70

1500 - 1850

0,42 - 0,51

200 - 280

28,0

26,5

CLP-CY-M-610-610-70-25/12-0-0-0

610x610x70

2500 - 3000

0,70 - 0,84

200 - 280

42,0

41,1

CLP-CY-M-610-610-70-25/16-0-0-0

610x610x70

3000 - 3700

0,83 - 1,03

200 - 280

56,0

52,5

HOLDING PLATE

Code key:
CLP - Filter Type Frame Type Width Height Depth Construction Filter Class Filter Material Material Quality
Filter Type:
CY = Cylindrical filter
Frame Type:
M = Metal
Width:
mm
Height:
mm
Depth:
mm
Construction:
Filter bed width (mm) / Amount of cartridges (pcs)
Filter Class:
0 (not classified)
Filter Material:
AC1 = Activated carbon for organic odours

AC2 = Impregnated activated carbon for acidic vapours and odours
Material Quality:
0

CYLINDRICAL CARBON FILTER


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Technical values

G3 Coarse filter
General characteristics
Coarse filters eliminate the largest impurities, such as
pollen and sand dust, and separate in some extend
smoke and particles causing darkening, from indoor air.
Typical applications
Coarse fan coil filters are used for fan coil recirculation
applications or similar duct/fan applications. They are
primarily used for protecting equipment from getting
dirty, but are also suitable for applications where the
requirements of indoor air are less demanding. Fan coil
filters are suitable for units, which have limited space for
filtering parts.
Materials
Fan coil filters are manufactured of progressive thermally
smoothened synthetic polyester having high dust holding
capacity and high resistance to humidity. The filter can be
framed by a metal wire frame, which gives the filter its
stability.
Operating range
Max. operating temperature:
Relative humidity:
Final pressure drop recommended
for filter replacement:

80C
Max. 100%
Max. 150 Pa

Structure
Usually the filter material is sewed to a pillow type bag,
in which the metal wire frame is put into. Pillow and
metal wire can additionally be fastened with a plastic
frame. In some special application the filter material is
riveted or sewed around the metal wire. In larger sizes,
one (or several) support grids can be adapted to the
metal wire. Filters are designed specifically for fan coil
applications to enable stable air flow through the filter
and a low pressure loss.
Sizes
Halton fan coil filters are available in customized sizes.
Code key
CL - Filter Type - Frame Type Width Height Depth
Construction - Filter Class - Filter Material Material
Quality
Filter Type:
FC
Frame Type:
M = Pillow bag with metal wire frame

FM = Pillow bag without a metal wire

frame
Width:
mm
Height: mm
Depth:
4 = Pillow and metal wire

9 = Pillow, metal wire and plastic frame
Construction:
F1, F2 = number of support frames
Filter Class:
G2, G3 or G4
Filter Material: S = Synthetic
Material Quality: P = Premium

FANCOIL FILTER - G3 Coarse filter


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FANCOIL FILTER

General characteristics
Support frames and installation rails are used to connect
filters easily and securely.
Typical applications
Support frames intended for connecting filters can be
used both for individual filters as well as for bigger filters
in wall constructions. During air conditioning systems'
modification and renewal repairs support frames are
an easy way to secure a high quality filter connection.
When building larger filter walls, installation rails are also
needed to support and secure the construction.

Dimensions

Materials and structure


Support frames and rails are made of galvanized steel
plates. Fastening frames and rails together as a filter
wall can easily be done with ready-made fastening holes.
Support frames are tight, and the elastic sealing band
running around the edge of the filter adapts well to the
filter. The filter is secured in place by a spring in the
support frame. Support frames come in three different
filter frame widths.

Sizes of support frame


Filter frame
size (mm)

Support frame
width (mm)

Support frame
height (mm)

287 x 287

305

305

80

287 x 592

305

610

80, 100*, 130*

492 x 592

508

610

80

592 x 592

610

610

80, 100*, 130*

*= available as a special order

SUPPORT FRAME
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Support frame
depth (mm)

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SUPPORT FRAME

Disposal bags
It is easy and clean to package and dispose of used
filters with Halton disposal bags. The bags are made of
strong transparent plastic and they can be sealed with a
tightening wire at the mouth of the bag. The bags easily
fit two 600 x 600 frame long bag filters each.

Sealing tapes
Sealing tapes are needed in some cases to ensure
tightness of filter installation. For example, it is sensible
to use sealing tapes in between two adjacent filter
frames to prevent bypass. Additionally the gaskets of
installation frames or filter housing might be damaged
and in need of replacing.
Disposal bags and sealing tapes can be added to the
filter delivery so that they are conveniently close at
hand during a filter change. Ask for sealing tapes when
ordering filters.

Disposal bags and sealing tapes


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DISPOSAL bags and sealing tapes

Filter housing for bag, rigid pocket, absolute HEPA, panel and cylindrical carbon filters
General characteristics
Halton filter housings are thanks to its modularity,
versatility, and easy installation a good application that
can be used both for new and old locations where
high efficiency filtration is required. The filter housing
is designed for mechanical purification of intake and
re-circulated air in air-conditioning systems. Typical
installations are normal building facilities, hospitals and
cleanroom applications.
Construction
The housing is built up for different applications at special
request. It is built up with mounting feet if needed.
Housings are available with or without insulation.
Dimensions

Material
The structure is galvanized steel with slip clamp joints (or
connection flanges). As a special order stainless steel is
also available.

uninsulated FILTER HOUSING


+50 (Slip clamp)
+50 (Slip clamp)
+50
+50

Isolated
door

io

ct

D
D

+50

Inspection
Side door is for the replacement of the filters. Door
locking is opened by hand and is hinged.

Connection
Connection

Isolated
door

+30 (Flange)
+20 (Slip clamp)
+30 (Flange)
+20 (Slip clamp)

e
nn

Co

+20 (Slip clamp)


+30 (Flange)
+20 (Slip clamp)
+30 (Flange)

io

ct

e
nn

Filter clamping
Hand-actuated off-centre locking mechanism.

Co

+50 (Insulation)
insulated FILTER
HOUSING
+50 (Insulation)
+50 (Insulation)
+50 (Insulation)

Isolated
door

Connection
Connection

+50

Isolated
door

+50 (Insulation)
ec

D
D

nn
Co

ec

nn
Co

tio

+50 (Insulation)

tio

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FILTER HOUSING

Filter housing made of galvanized steel for bag filters


Type

Connection dimensions

Depth

Weight

Width x Height (mm)

(mm)

uninsulated / insulated (kg)

CLP-FH-M-400-700-700-BF-0-0-0

400 x 700

700

19 / 34

CLP-FH-M-700-400-700-BF-0-0-0

700 x 400

700

19 / 34

CLP-FH-M-700-700-700-BF-0-0-0

700 x 700

700

25 / 44

CLP-FH-M-700-1000-700-BF-0-0-0

700 x 1000

700

33 / 56

CLP-FH-M-700-1300-700-BF-0-0-0

700 x 1300

700

39 / 66

CLP-FH-M-700-1600-700-BF-0-0-0

700 x 1600

700

47 / 79

CLP-FH-M-700-1900-700-BF-0-0-0

700 x 1900

700

53 / 89

CLP-FH-M-1000-700-700-BF-0-0-0

1000 x 700

700

33 / 56

CLP-FH-M-1000-1300-700-BF-0-0-0

1000 x 1300

700

52 / 83

CLP-FH-M-1000-1900-700-BF-0-0-0

1000 x 1900

700

70 / 109

CLP-FH-M-1300-700-700-BF-0-0-0

1300 x 700

700

39 / 66

CLP-FH-M-1300-1000-700-BF-0-0-0

1300 x 1000

700

52 / 83

CLP-FH-M-1300-1300-700-BF-0-0-0

1300 x 1300

700

60 / 95

CLP-FH-M-1300-1600-700-BF-0-0-0

1300 x 1600

700

73 / 111

CLP-FH-M-1300-1900-700-BF-0-0-0

1300 x 1900

700

81 / 123

CLP-FH-M-1600-700-700-BF-0-0-0

1600 x 700

700

47 / 79

CLP-FH-M-1600-1300-700-BF-0-0-0

1600 x 1300

700

73 / 111

CLP-FH-M-1600-1900-700-BF-0-0-0

1600 x 1900

700

98 / 143

CLP-FH-M-1900-700-700-BF-0-0-0

1900 x 700

700

53 / 89

CLP-FH-M-1900-1000-700-BF-0-0-0

1900 x 1000

700

70 / 109

CLP-FH-M-1900-1300-700-BF-0-0-0

1900 x 1300

700

81 / 123

CLP-FH-M-1900-1600-700-BF-0-0-0

1900 x 1600

700

98 / 143

CLP-FH-M-1900-1900-700-BF-0-0-0

1900 x 1900

700

105 / 155

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Bag filter housing (frame 25mm)

Filter housing made of galvanized steel for rigid pocket filters


Type

Connection dimensions

Depth

Weight

Width x Height (mm)

(mm)

uninsulated / insulated (kg)

CLP-FH-M-400-700-500-CF-0-0-0

400 x 700

500

14 / 26

CLP-FH-M-700-400-500-CF-0-0-0

700 x 400

500

14 / 26

CLP-FH-M-700-700-500-CF-0-0-0

700 x 700

500

19 / 33

CLP-FH-M-700-1000-500-CF-0-0-0

700 x 1000

500

26 / 43

CLP-FH-M-700-1300-500-CF-0-0-0

700 x 1300

500

30 / 51

CLP-FH-M-700-1600-500-CF-0-0-0

700 x 1600

500

37 / 61

CLP-FH-M-700-1900-500-CF-0-0-0

700 x 1900

500

42 / 69

CLP-FH-M-1000-700-500-CF-0-0-0

1000 x 700

500

26 / 43

CLP-FH-M-1000-1300-500-CF-0-0-0

1000 x 1300

500

42 / 65

CLP-FH-M-1000-1900-500-CF-0-0-0

1000 x 1900

500

58 / 87

CLP-FH-M-1300-700-500-CF-0-0-0

1300 x 700

500

30 / 51

CLP-FH-M-1300-1000-500-CF-0-0-0

1300 x 1000

500

42 / 65

CLP-FH-M-1300-1300-500-CF-0-0-0

1300 x 1300

500

49 / 75

CLP-FH-M-1300-1600-500-CF-0-0-0

1300 x 1600

500

60 / 89

CLP-FH-M-1300-1900-500-CF-0-0-0

1300 x 1900

500

67 / 99

CLP-FH-M-1600-700-500-CF-0-0-0

1600 x 700

500

37 / 61

CLP-FH-M-1600-1300-500-CF-0-0-0

1600 x 1300

500

60 / 89

CLP-FH-M-1600-1900-500-CF-0-0-0

1600 x 1900

500

83 / 116

CLP-FH-M-1900-700-500-CF-0-0-0

1900 x 700

500

42 / 69

CLP-FH-M-1900-1000-500-CF-0-0-0

1900 x 1000

500

58 / 87

CLP-FH-M-1900-1300-500-CF-0-0-0

1900 x 1300

500

67 / 99

CLP-FH-M-1900-1600-500-CF-0-0-0

1900 x 1600

500

83 / 116

CLP-FH-M-1900-1900-500-CF-0-0-0

1900 x 1900

300

89 / 125

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Rigid pocket filter housing (frame 25mm)

Filter housing made of galvanized steel for HEPA filters


Type

Connection dimensions

Depth

Weight

Width x Height (mm)

(mm)

uninsulated / insulated (kg)

CLP-FH-M-400-700-500-AB-0-0-0

400 x 700

500

26 / 34

CLP-FH-M-700-400-500-AB-0-0-0

700 x 400

500

26 / 34

CLP-FH-M-700-700-500-AB-0-0-0

700 x 700

500

32 / 44

CLP-FH-M-700-1000-500-AB-0-0-0

700 x 1000

500

39 / 56

CLP-FH-M-700-1300-500-AB-0-0-0

700 x 1300

500

45 / 66

CLP-FH-M-700-1600-500-AB-0-0-0

700 x 1600

500

52 / 79

CLP-FH-M-700-1900-500-AB-0-0-0

700 x 1900

500

58 / 89

CLP-FH-M-1000-700-500-AB-0-0-0

1000 x 700

500

39 / 56

CLP-FH-M-1000-1300-500-AB-0-0-0

1000 x 1300

500

57 / 83

CLP-FH-M-1000-1900-500-AB-0-0-0

1000 x 1900

500

74 / 109

CLP-FH-M-1300-700-500-AB-0-0-0

1300 x 700

500

45 / 66

CLP-FH-M-1300-1000-500-AB-0-0-0

1300 x 1000

500

57 / 83

CLP-FH-M-1300-1300-500-AB-0-0-0

1300 x 1300

500

64 / 95

CLP-FH-M-1300-1600-500-AB-0-0-0

1300 x 1600

500

76 / 111

CLP-FH-M-1300-1900-500-AB-0-0-0

1300 x 1900

500

84 / 123

CLP-FH-M-1600-700-500-AB-0-0-0

1600 x 700

500

52 / 79

CLP-FH-M-1600-1300-500-AB-0-0-0

1600 x 1300

500

76 / 111

CLP-FH-M-1600-1900-500-AB-0-0-0

1600 x 1900

500

100 / 143

CLP-FH-M-1900-700-500-AB-0-0-0

1900 x 700

500

58 / 89

CLP-FH-M-1900-1000-500-AB-0-0-0

1900 x 1000

500

74 / 109

CLP-FH-M-1900-1300-500-AB-0-0-0

1900 x 1300

500

84 / 123

CLP-FH-M-1900-1600-500-AB-0-0-0

1900 x 1600

500

100 / 143

CLP-FH-M-1900-1900-500-AB-0-0-0

1900 x 1900

500

117 / 155

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HEPA filter housing (filter depth 292 mm)

* Depth of a filter should be mentioned when placing an order


Type

Connection dimensions

Depth

Weight

Width x Height (mm)

(mm)

uninsulated / insulated (kg)

CLP-FH-M-400-700-300-PF-0-0-0

400 x 700

300

14 / 26

CLP-FH-M-700-400-300-PF-0-0-0

700 x 400

300

14 / 26

CLP-FH-M-700-700-300-PF-0-0-0

700 x 700

300

19 / 33

CLP-FH-M-700-1000-300-PF-0-0-0

700 x 1000

300

26 / 43

CLP-FH-M-700-1300-300-PF-0-0-0

700 x 1300

300

30 / 51

CLP-FH-M-700-1600-300-PF-0-0-0

700 x 1600

300

37 / 61

CLP-FH-M-700-1900-300-PF-0-0-0

700 x 1900

300

42 / 69

CLP-FH-M-1000-700-300-PF-0-0-0

1000 x 700

300

26 / 43

CLP-FH-M-1000-1300-300-PF-0-0-0

1000 x 1300

300

42 / 65

CLP-FH-M-1000-1900-300-PF-0-0-0

1000 x 1900

300

58 / 87

CLP-FH-M-1300-700-300-PF-0-0-0

1300 x 700

300

30 / 51

CLP-FH-M-1300-1000-300-PF-0-0-0

1300 x 1000

300

42 / 65

CLP-FH-M-1300-1300-300-PF-0-0-0

1300 x 1300

300

49 / 75

CLP-FH-M-1300-1600-300-PF-0-0-0

1300 x 1600

300

60 / 89

CLP-FH-M-1300-1900-300-PF-0-0-0

1300 x 1900

300

67 / 99

CLP-FH-M-1600-700-300-PF-0-0-0

1600 x 700

300

37 / 61

CLP-FH-M-1600-1300-300-PF-0-0-0

1600 x 1300

300

60 / 89

CLP-FH-M-1600-1900-300-PF-0-0-0

1600 x 1900

300

83 / 116

CLP-FH-M-1900-700-300-PF-0-0-0

1900 x 700

300

42 / 69

CLP-FH-M-1900-1000-300-PF-0-0-0

1900 x 1000

300

58 / 87

CLP-FH-M-1900-1300-300-PF-0-0-0

1900 x 1300

300

67 / 99

CLP-FH-M-1900-1600-300-PF-0-0-0

1900 x 1600

300

83 / 116

CLP-FH-M-1900-1900-300-PF-0-0-0

1900 x 1900

300

89 / 125

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PANEL FILTER HOUSING (filter depth 48 mm* or 96 mm*)


Filter housing made of galvanized steel for panel filters

Filter housing made of galvanized steel for carbon cylinder filters


Type

Connection dimensions

Depth

Weight

Filter assembly

Width x Height (mm)

(mm)

uninsulated / insulated (kg)

cylinder amount

CLP-FH-M-400-700-700-CC-0-0-0

400 x 700

700

19 / 34

CLP-FH-M-700-400-700-CC-0-0-0

700 x 400

700

19 / 34

CLP-FH-M-700-700-700-CC-0-0-0

700 x 700

700

25 / 44

16

CLP-FH-M-700-1000-700-CC-0-0-0

700 x 1000

700

33 / 56

24

CLP-FH-M-700-1300-700-CC-0-0-0

700 x 1300

700

39 / 66

32

CLP-FH-M-700-1600-700-CC-0-0-0

700 x 1600

700

47 / 79

40

CLP-FH-M-700-1900-700-CC-0-0-0

700 x 1900

700

53 / 89

48

CLP-FH-M-1000-700-700-CC-0-0-0

1000 x 700

700

33 / 56

24

CLP-FH-M-1000-1300-700-CC-0-0-0

1000 x 1300

700

52 / 83

48

CLP-FH-M-1000-1900-700-CC-0-0-0

1000 x 1900

700

70 / 109

72

CLP-FH-M-1300-700-700-CC-0-0-0

1300 x 700

700

39 / 66

32

CLP-FH-M-1300-1000-700-CC-0-0-0

1300 x 1000

700

52 / 83

48

CLP-FH-M-1300-1300-700-CC-0-0-0

1300 x 1300

700

60 / 95

64

CLP-FH-M-1300-1600-700-CC-0-0-0

1300 x 1600

700

73 / 111

80

CLP-FH-M-1300-1900-700-CC-0-0-0

1300 x 1900

700

81 / 123

96

CLP-FH-M-1600-700-700-CC-0-0-0

1600 x 700

700

47 / 79

24

CLP-FH-M-1600-1300-700-CC-0-0-0

1600 x 1300

700

73 / 111

80

CLP-FH-M-1600-1900-700-CC-0-0-0

1600 x 1900

700

98 / 143

120

CLP-FH-M-1900-700-700-CC-0-0-0

1900 x 700

700

53 / 89

48

CLP-FH-M-1900-1000-700-CC-0-0-0

1900 x 1000

700

70 / 109

72

CLP-FH-M-1900-1300-700-CC-0-0-0

1900 x 1300

700

81 / 123

96

CLP-FH-M-1900-1600-700-CC-0-0-0

1900 x 1600

700

98 / 143

120

CLP-FH-M-1900-1900-700-CC-0-0-0

1900 x 1900

700

105 / 155

144

Code key:
In example: CLP-FH-M-685-382-700-BF-0-0-0
CLP Filter Type Housing Material Width Height Depth Construction Construction Insulation Connection Type Mounting feet
Filter Type:
FH = Filter housing
Housing Material: M = Galvanized steel,

SS = Stainless steel
Width: mm
Height: mm
Depth: mm
Construction:
BF = Bag filter

AB = HEPA absolute filter (292mm )

PF = Panel filter

CC= Carbon Cylinder filters
Insulation:
0 = Uninsulated housing (door always insulated)

I= Insulated housing
Connection Type:
0= Slip clamp joint

C= Flange connection
Mounting feet:
0 = Without mounting feet

F = With mounting feet

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CARBON CYLINDER FILTER HOUSING

General characteristics
Terminal filter diffuser with HEPA filter has been designed
to meet strict hygienic and tightness requirements in
hospitals and other clean rooms. The terminal filter unit is
available with four different diffusers and three different
HEPA filters. All models can be used as exhaust units as
well. When using as an exhaust unit diffusers DHL and
DHN can be equipped with a G4 pre-filter.
Typical applications
Terminal filter diffusers with HEPA filters are used in
applications where a strict controlled air flow combined
with HEPA filtration is required. Typical applications are
ventilation systems in hospitals and other cleanroom
environments.

Structure

Structure
Diffuser casing is made of galvanized steel and is powder
painted. The inside of the diffuser is smooth to enable
easy cleaning and to collect as few as possible impurities.
The openable diffuser panel makes easy to change filters
and the integral guides enable exact positioning of the
filter installation. Plenum is equipped with an internal
measurement tap for filter pressure drop and aerosol
test.

Installation
The terminal filter diffusers with HEPA filtration are meant
to be installed to the wall or hanged from the ceiling. The
low structure of the unit enables easy installation either
straight to the ceiling or the low ceiling constructions.
The diffusers are adapted for installation in modular
suspended ceilings.

More precise information of the terminal filter


diffusers with HEPA filtration and other Haltons
Health Segment products is found in Health Segment
brochures. Also for more information please contact
our Regional Sales Managers or Customer Service.

1. Front panel
2. Filters ( pre-filter, HEPA filter)
3. Plenum
4. Installation brackets

HEPA DIFFUSER
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HEPA DIFFUSER

Filter

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Diffuser and filter options


Diffusers

NS

Class

WxL

qvnom l/s

DHL

DHN

365

H 11
H 14

305x305

42

600 *)

H 11
H 14

457x457

93

Duct connection 670

H 11
H 14

610x610

167

DHC

DHS

qvnom based on face velocity of 0,45 m/s inital pressure drop H11 / 70 Pa, H14 / 120 Pa
*) Additional ceiling types; Dampa, Hygienic (Fineline), T-bar as standard for all sizes

Dimensions
Diffuser nominal size / Width

365

595

670

Duct connection from TOP

Front
Height
Connection

365x365
210
160

595x595
210
200

670x670
210
315

Duct connection from SIDE ()

Front
Height
Connection

365x365
370
160

595x595
410
200

670x670
460
250

Duct connection from SIDE (A x B)

Front
Height
Connection

365x365
300
200x100

595x595
300
400x100

670x670
300
500x100

Specified product names (diffuser box without a filter)


Diffuser nominal size 365x365

Filter size to be used

CL-HD-M-365-365-210-DHL-1-0-0

305x305

CL-HD-M-365-365-210-DHL-2-0-0

305x305

CL-HD-M-365-365-210-DHL-3-0-0

305x305

CL-HD-M-365-365-210-DHN-1-0-0

305x305

CL-HD-M-365-365-210-DHN-2-0-0

305x305

CL-HD-M-365-365-210-DHN-3-0-0

305x305

Diffuser nominal size 595x595

Filter size to be used

CL-HD-M-595-595-370-DHL-1-0-0

457x457

CL-HD-M-595-595-370-DHL-2-0-0

457x457

CL-HD-M-595-595-370-DHL-3-0-0

457x457

CL-HD-M-595-595-370-DHN-1-0-0

457x457

CL-HD-M-595-595-370-DHN-2-0-0

457x457

CL-HD-M-595-595-370-DHN-3-0-0

457x457

CL-HD-M-595-595-370-DHS-1-0-0

457x457

CL-HD-M-595-595-370-DHS-2-0-0

457x457

CL-HD-M-595-595-370-DHS-3-0-0

457x457

CL-HD-M-595-595-370-DHC-1-0-0

457x457

CL-HD-M-595-595-370-DHC-2-0-0

457x457

CL-HD-M-595-595-370-DHC-3-0-0

457x457

Diffuser nominal size 595x595

Filter size to be used

CL-HD-M-670-670-300-DHL-1-0-0

610x610

CL-HD-M-670-670-300-DHL-2-0-0

610x610

CL-HD-M-670-670-300-DHL-3-0-0

610x610

CL-HD-M-670-670-300-DHN-1-0-0

610x610

CL-HD-M-670-670-300-DHN-2-0-0

610x610

CL-HD-M-670-670-300-DHN-3-0-0

610x610

Basic colour white (RAL 9010). Other colours


available, see Halton Indoors product
catalogue.
Filters used with diffuser box:
Laminar flow filters H11-H14, frame 68 mm
Panel filters G4, frame 25 mm (prefilter)
Panel filters G4-F7, frame 48 mm

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Laminar flow filters can be used with foam or


gel sealing. Gel sealing is recommended for
demanding environments.

When is the time to replace a filter?

In case the replacement level has not been marked into

A well functioning air filter binds dirt into itself and

the ventilation equipment pressure drop meter use the

therefore it needs to be replaced. The deciding factor of

following rules of thumb:

when to replace it with a new one should be its dirtiness.

a coarse filter: final pressure drop = 2 x initial pressure drop

The inside walls of filter pockets should look dirty, but a

a fine filter (with pre-filter): final pressure drop = 2 x initial

filter that has dirt pushing through to the outside walls of

pressure drop

the pockets should be replaced. Often the used criterion

a fine filter (without pre-filter): final pressure drop= 3 x initial

of replacement is final pressure drop. It doesnt, however,

pressure drop

tell very much of the hygiene of the filter. The only thing it
does tell you is the last moment to replace a filter in terms

NOTE! During extremely wet weather (a thunder storm or

of air flow or fan energy use. If the filter has been in use for

snowstorm) some humidity might reach filters. Check in

a long time (over a year), we recommend replacing it with a

such a case immediately the condition of filters and replace

new one even if pressure drop has not reached its defined

them if necessary.

final pressure drop level.

General things to consider


When installing filters make sure the gaskets of the filter
housing or frame are properly in their place and that the
filter can be fastened securely to its right place. Be careful
with every filter type when installing that the filter material
doesnt get damaged by accident.

NOTE! When replacing a filter protect yourself from the


impurities and dust and dirt of the old filter.
At least use a respiration mask, but if the filter has
filtered some especially demanding space use
whatever protecting gear is specified in the instructions
of the workplace safety codes.

Eccentric-/U-profile
When a filter wall or filter housing has a so-called eccentric
locking, make sure the gasket is on the clean side of the
U-profile. The gasket must also be in between two adjacent
filters either in a filter frame or already installed in the
structure of the filter housing. Make sure the filter pockets
dont get damaged by the fastening mechanisms when
putting the filter in place. As a last step fasten the upper
and lower edges of the filter tightly against the gasket with
the eccentric locking mechanism. The fastening may also
be done without the eccentric tightener when the filter is
merely pushed into a U-profile and assumed the pressure
of the airflow will take care of sealing the filter.

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Installation/replacing of bag filters

Replacing a filter from the clean side


First, open the filter holders completely. Press the lower
edge of the filter carefully against the gasket of the
installation frame. After this, push the upper edge of the
filter in place against the gasket. Make sure the filter is
securely in place and that the pockets dont get squashed
between the gasket and the filter frame. Close the filter
holders carefully.
Replacing a filter from the dirty side
Start by pushing the lower edge of the filter carefully
against the installation gasket. After this push the upper
edge in place against the gasket. Straighten the pockets
with one hand so they dont get squashed between the
gasket and the filter frame. Gently wave the filter and
make sure the frame is securely only against the gasket
and that nothing is in between. Close the filter holders
carefully.

X
Vertical filter assembly, RIGHT

Horizontal filter assembly, WRONG

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Installation frame

1.

Make sure you can turn off the equipment for the time of the maintenance is in operation.

2.

Protect yourself against dust and dirt. At least use a respirator mask.

3.

Turn off the machine and switch the safety switch to position 0

4.

Open the maintenance door

5. Remove old filters

6. Vacuum-clean or wash, when necessary, the floor of the filter chamber and the surrounding area

7.

Install a new filter

8.

Make sure the filter is properly and securely in place and that the pressure gauge has a value of zero

9.

Turn on the equipment and make sure the pressure gauge has the value of a clean filter

10. You can also mark the initial pressure drop and final pressure drop to the gauge if you want to

11. Take care of the disposal of the old filters and packaging waste

12. Mark the date of replacement and your initials in a maintenance chart if there is one

Installation of HEPA filters


When installing HEPA filters pay special attention to the

V-type, laminar and turbulent flow filters

tightness of the filters. The filter forms a functioning

Filters come with gaskets. Alternative gaskets are,

entity with other elements of ventilation system and

depending on the filter model, either polyurethane sealing

equipment, in which the functioning of components

bands or gel gaskets or both.

together define the functionality of the whole system.


Even if the filter itself fulfills the requirements of a certain

Polyurethane sealing bands are intended to be fastened

HEPA filtering class, the filter unit does not if for example

against a smooth surface in the filter housing. Make sure

theres room for bypass in between filters and filter

the filter slides into the housing effortlessly and is exactly

housing. If necessary, the functionality of the system can

in the right position. Fasten the band tightly against the

be tested with particle separation measurements before

housing with a tightening mechanism.

deployment using for example the measuring standard


EN 14644 of cleanrooms.

Gel gaskets are intended to press against a knife-blade


edge in the filter housing. The knife-blade edge is meant

HEPA filters are available in several types. Below is a

to sink into the gasket at least a few millimeter. Filters

presentation of fastening the most common types. When

with gel gaskets should be pressed carefully in place at

installing filters it is sensible to consider installation

one go because the gasket might be damaged if the filter

instructions from installation frames or filter unit

is removed. Tighten the gasket tightly against the housing

manufacturers as well.

with a tightening mechanism.


Rigid pocket filters
Standard delivery of this type of filter does not have
a gasket in the filter frame. Filters are intended to be
installed for example into a regular 25 mm rail. Make sure
the gaskets in the rail/installation frame are intact and
tightly in place. Fasten the filter tightly against the filter
housing with a possible tightening mechanism.

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Replacement instructions

Outdoor louvers must be placed in a way that ensures the

Different countries have different regulations for intake air.

cleanest possible outdoor air is flowing into the building.

Be sure to design your system according to your specific

Outdoor air must not be taken through structures or

regulation.

devices that might deteriorate air quality. Intake air must


be free of harmful substances (microbes, fibers, particles)

Here is one example how the design of inlet grilles can be

or smells originating from ventilation system.

made (Finnish Building standard, D2):

Distance of outdoor device

Distance (m)

From exhaust air devices

See picture

From sources spoiling outdoor air quality like waste storage facilities, parking and loading spaces and ramps,
ventilation sewers and chimneys, exhaust flow of central vacuum cleaning systems and cooling towers

Outlets of ventilation sewers and chimneys, if it is more than 3 m higher than outdoor air opening

Of ground and yard level

Of roof level
The distance may be smaller if the snow obstructing ventilation is prevented from gathering by a steep roof,
snow wall or some other reliable method

0,9

Outlet louver
Jteilmalaite
above inlet l
ulkoilmalaitteen
ouver, m m
ylpuolella,

6
4
2

clas
s 4,
clas
6,0
s
4, 3
m 3/
cla clas
s
,
ss
0
s
m 3/
4, 1
4
,
cla
s
u
,
5
n
m 3/
ss
d
e
3
r 0,
s
cla
3 m3
ss
1a
/s
nd
2

12

10

14

16

18

Horizontaljadistance
Ulkoilmabetween outlet- and
jteilmalaitteiden
vaakasuora
inlet louver etisyys

class 4, 6,
0 m 3/s

m 3/s

class 4, 3,
0 m 3/s

class 4
, 1,5

cla
ss
3

Outlet louver
Jteilmalaite
under inlet
ulkoilmalaitteen
louver, m m
alapuolella,

class
4, un
der 0
,3

cla
ss
1

20

m 3/s

an
d

10
12

In separate small houses the minimum distances in picture

devices must not be placed in recesses below yard or

1 may be smaller, except for the distance from solid fuel

street level.

using boilers and fireplace chimneys and outdoor devices


distance from the roof level.

If the building is closer than 50 m to a busy roads centreline,


the outdoor devices of the building are situated as high as

Outdoor devices for rooms and spaces at yard or street

possible, usually to the other side of the house from the

level may be lower than 2 m of the ground, as well as in

road. A Street or road is considered busy when there are

spaces intended for temporary residency. The outdoor

more than 10 000 cars passing in a 24-hour period.

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Design criteria of intake air

Filtration design checklist


1. What type of space/spaces the air filtration serves?

2. What kind of filter class do the space/spaces require? Filtration is chosen according to the worst
case scenario.

3. Are pre-filters, gas or HEPA filtration needed?

4. Does filter material matter: glass fiber or synthetic?

5. What is the amount of air filtered m3/s and what is the allowed pressure drop at its worst (Pa)?
Rule of thumb for coarse filters: final pressure drop = 2 x initial pressure drop
Rule of thumb for fine filters (with pre-filter): final pressure drop = 2 x initial pressure drop
Rule of thumb for fine filters (without pre-filter): final pressure drop 3 x initial pressure drop

6. How much space is there for filters?

7. Measuring the filters: frame size, length of pockets, amount of pockets


NOTE! The previous filter collection in the equipment or that presented in its manual
might not be the best choice.

Halton Clean Air


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FINLAND
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