Different filter structures and materials make countless alternative solutions possible, providing the best solution for many different applications. Here are some of the most common structures.
A structure solution suitable for small series, a durable and light structure.
Good heat resistance in high usage temperatures, strong structure.
Side strip structured cassettes
Simple, cost-effective and light. Easy to recycle, the most environmentally friendly structure solution.
Made with a metal, plastic and wood frame. The most popular filter structure in large ventilation machinery.
A more developed alternative for bag filters when you want the best energy class. Especially suitable for demanding applications.
A cost-effective structure solution.
Sturdy structure that endures higher temperatures.
An excellent choice as an economical structure solution for a larger production volume. Easy to recycle.
Multifunctional urethane end
Urethane enables the manufacture of diverse and even more special shapes and structures.
A traditional structure solution for panel filters where the structure comes with a seal. Can be sorted into energy waste.
Synthetic fibre ends
Light and easy to make. The most environmentally friendly structure.
Used for oil, fuel and hydraulic filters. An alternative structure for spin-on filters.
Used as structure for oil, fuel and hydraulic filters. The spin-on structure makes customer-specific labels and branding possible. Ask more from our sales team.
Tailored special filters
Our production makes customer-specific demands and structures possible that help us create more special and challenging solutions.
Urethane-framed panel filter
With the flexible structure, it can be fitted even in tight places.
When we tailor a filter designed for OEM production, the desired filter results and the requirements of the device or environment affect our choices of materials. For example, certain coatings can extend the filter’s life, etc. We use the best European filter materials.
Synthetic fibre materials
Synthetic fibres offer many different material alternatives, such as:
- Polyesters and polypropylenes
- Teflon-coated materials
- Oleo-hydrophobic treatment
- Bulpren, pre-filter wadding
- Antistatic synthetic fibres
- Nano-fibre materials
The most common material forms of fibreglass are:
- pleated fibreglass mats
- fibreglass fabrics
Cellulose-based materials can be refined by coating, for example, as follows:
- With nano-coatings and, for example, by blowing plastic over cellulose fibres (meltblown) you can improve the filter’s efficiency and energy class, and reduce the initial pressure drop.
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