Premium bag filters with a particulate and molecular media to remove solid and gaseous contaminants in one filter stage. It can be used in existing installations to remove moderate concentrations of most external and internal pollutants with ePM1 efficiencies according to ISO16890.

  • “2-in-1” filtration solution; particulate and molecular.
  • Removal of solid and gaseous contaminants in one filter stage
  • Ideal for filtering moderate concentrations of most external and internal source pollutants
  • Can be used to upgrade existing installations
  • Robust metal header frame
  • Classified according to ISO 10121-3
  • ICON3 efficiency guarantee
  • ICON6 Molecular
  • ICON7
  • ICON31 Mount_bagfilters
  • ICON37 ISO10121
Item Type ISO/PM rating Filter Class EN779 ISO 10121 Ozone ISO 10121 NO₂ ISO 10121 SO₂ ISO 10121 Toluene Width (mm) Height (mm) Depth (mm) Airflow (m3/h) Pressure drop Initial (Pa) Pockets (no.)
7/534 ePM1 60% F7 HD 85 LD 85 MD 55 MD 80 592 592 534 3400 140 10
7/534 ePM1 60% F7 HD 85 LD 85 MD 55 MD 80 490 592 534 2800 140 8
7/534 ePM1 60% F7 HD 85 LD 85 MD 55 MD 80 287 592 534 1700 140 5
 Pressure drop calculation tool is available

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Full-size filter modules are typically 592x592mm for bag/panel filters and 610x610mm for HEPA filters.


Particle and odour removal in Hospitals, Offices, Airports etc
Filter Frame
Galvanised steel
Glass fiber/Activated carbon
Max temperature (°C)
Relative Humidity
Max final pressure drop, EN 13053
Initial pressure drop + 100 Pa or initial pressure drop x3 (whichever is lower)
Dimension standard
Filter front dimensions according EN 15805
Installation options
Front and side access housings and frames are available
Max Airflow
1,25 x nominal flow

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