|Item Type||ISO 29461||ISO rating ISO 16890||Filter Class ASHRAE||Width (mm)||Height (mm)||Depth (mm)||Airflow (m3/h)||Pressure drop Initial (Pa)|
|CamPGT 4H-300, T7||T7||ePM1 55%||MERV 14||592||592||292||4250||94|
|CamPGT 4H-300, T8||T8||ePM1 70%||MERV 15||592||592||292||4250||110|
|CamPGT 4H-300, T9||T9||ePM1 80%||MERV 16||592||592||292||4250||125|
|CamPGT 4H-300, T10||T10||592||592||292||4250||200|
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