Air filter WZ3
panelwire meshfor air treatment units

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Designed for
Filtration element
panel, wire mesh
for air treatment units, dust
synthetic, polyester, galvanized steel
Other characteristics
pleated, high-efficiency
Operating pressure

43 Pa (0.006 psi)


Min.: 1,850 m³/h (65,332.133 ft³/h)

Max.: 6,250 m³/h (220,716.667 ft³/h)


WZ3 Pleated synthetic filter cell with U-section galvanised steel frame and double pleated electrowelded galvanised wire mesh that supports the filter fabric in AT200 series thermobonded synthetic polyester staple fibre with a basis weight of 200 g/m² and a thickness of 20 mm. TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND LIMITS OF USE EN ISO 16890:2016 Group ISO ePM10 50% (ePM1 = 8% – ePM2,5 = 17% – ePM10 = 53%) Efficiency class (CEN EN779-2012): G4 Average gravimetrie efficiency: 90% Filter fabric basis weight: 200gr/m² Thickness: 20-22 mm Maximum operating temperature: 100°C Relative humidity: 100% Initial pressure drop: 43 Pa Recommended final pressure drop: 250 Pa Maximum pressure drop: 400 Pa Dust collection capacity: 351gr/m² Recommended frontal velocity: 1,5 m/s Filtering surface/filter surface ratio: 2:1 tor 48 mm thickness – 3:1 tor 98 mm thickness Reaction to fire (DIN 53438/3): class F1 NF-F-16-101: M1 * Different thicknesses on request. GREEN BUILDING Contribute to obtain the credits of the major international rating systems for sustainable buildings: LEED: IP, EA, MR WELL: AIR, MATERIALS, COMMUNITY BREEAM: MAN, WST FILTERING MEDIA The calibrated-density synthetic fibre with high operating efficiency is composed of AT200 series thermobonded polyester staple fibre with a basis weight of 200 gr/m2 and a thickness of 20 mm. APPLICATIONS Air treatment units, prefiltration in high-efficiency filters.


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