M-Pleat ProSafe

A pleated panel air filter developed for areas that require the highest hygienic demands. This filter is recommended for critical areas such as food and beverage as well as for pharma applications. The M-Pleat ProSafe range comes with compliance to EC1935:2004, ISO846 and VDI6022.

  • ProSafe certified for Food & Beverage, Life Science or close to product applications
  • Chemically resistant to decontamination, inactivation and cleaning agent
  • Microbial inert components acc. to ISO 846
  • Compliant to VDI 6022
  • Free of bisphenol-A, phthalate and formaldehyde
  • Tested for food safety acc. to EC 1935:2004
  • Manufactured and packed in a controlled environment
  • Packaging suitable for cleanroom unpacking
  • Certification and test results available online
  • ICON3 efficiency guarantee
  • ICON7 iso16890.ai
  • ICON20 prosafe
Item Type ISO 16890 Filter Class EN779 Width (mm) Height (mm) Depth (mm) Airflow (m3/h) Pressure drop Initial (Pa)
M-Pleat ProSafe Coarse 85% M5 592 592 48 2200 35
M-Pleat ProSafe Coarse 85% M5 592 287 48 1100 35
M-Pleat ProSafe Coarse 85% M5 592 592 96 2200 30
M-Pleat ProSafe Coarse 85% M5 592 287 96 1100 30

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Specifications

Application
Industrial processing systems, ventilation equipment, air intake and return air
Filter Frame
ABS
Media
Synthetic
Max temperature (°C)
70°C
Relative Humidity
100%
Max final pressure drop, EN 13053
Initial pressure drop + 100 Pa or initial pressure drop x3 (whichever is lower)
Separator
Hot-melt
Sealant
Polyurethane
Dimension standard
Filter front dimensions according EN 15805
Installation options
Front and side access housings and frames are available
Max Airflow
1,3 x nominal flow
Comment
Option: PU gasket (ProSafe certified)
Note: Unit packaging hygienic bag

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