SAF PG (Pocket Filters/Glass Fiber Media)

Introduction

SAF PG is made up of high lofted micro-fine glass fiber media which ensures reliable performance throughout the filter life. The multi-stage media design with coarse fibers upstream and micro-fine fibers downstream supported by the scrim backing enhances the overall efficiency of the filter in capturing the dust particles and increasing the dust holding capacity. The small fiber diameter and uniformity in arrangement results in low resistance to airflow and consistent filtration of sub-micron particles .




Product MainFeatures<:
1 For use in air conditioning application and as pre-filter for clean rooms.
2 ​Available in filter class M5 to F9 according to EN779:2012.
3 Available with galvanized, aluminum and stainless steel.
4 Available in a wide range of sizes.



SAF PG is made up of high lofted micro-fine glass fiber media which ensures reliable performance throughout the filter life. The multi-stage media design with coarse fibers upstream and micro-fine fibers downstream supported by the scrim backing enhances the overall efficiency of the filter in capturing the dust particles and increasing the dust holding capacity. The small fiber diameter and uniformity in arrangement results in low resistance to airflow and consistent filtration of sub-micron particles .
SAF PG provides extended surface filtration through media shaped into individual dust holding pockets. These pockets are created by internal false stitches to maintain uniform airflow channels for even dust loading and longer filter life. The perfectly balanced pocket design allows full media inflation without crowding or restricting airflow to ensure optimum media utilization and thereby offering long service life.
SAF PG is the right choice pocket filter for applications where highest degree of air cleanliness is required. SAF PG is capable of removing contaminants such as bacteria, fungi, fumes, smoke, etc. from the air stream and it is an ideal pocket filter for HVAC systems installed in hospitals, laboratories, food processing, pharmaceutical unites, computer rooms,
optical and electronic facilities, airports terminals, public buildings, etc.