Uni-Foam Air Filters | Universal Air Filter

High dust arrestance, low pressure drop washable media

Uni-Foam fan air filters are designed to provide high dust arrestance where a permanent, cleanable filter is required in medical equipment, electronics, computer, telecom, datacom and general purpose equipment. Uni-foam media can be used in a wide variety of indoor and outdoor applications.

The foam media can withstand exposure to moisture, if installed in outdoor environments. The cellular media structure acts as a mist eliminator to reduce water ingress caused by rainfall or water splash. Certain Uni-Foam air filter models are specifically designed for use in “limited-space” equipment.

Applications

Each uni-foam air filter model performs with a high degree of dust arrestance when installed in medical, electronics and computer equipment where permanent type, cleanable filters are required. FF-2X, FF-3, FF-5, FF-5X filters have been specially designed for equipment where space is limited. Order a free air filter prototype for your application today.

Unifoam Air Filters | More Information

Each foam air filter model performs with a high degree of dust arrestance when installed in medical, electronics and computer equipment where permanent type, cleanable filters are required. FF-2X, FF-3, FF-5, FF-5X filters have been specially designed for equipment where space is limited. Order a free air filter prototype for your application today.

Expanded on our specially designed Uni-Grid equipment, using .040″ thick, 3000 series aluminum. Uni-Grid expanded aluminum is approximately 85% open to lower resistance. Uni-Foam filters use Uni-Grid support on one side.

Filtration Performance Data:

Uni-Foam

Uni-Foam Models: FF-2X, FF-3, FF-5, FF-1025-B
Size Initial Resistance*
(Pascals)
Average Synthetic
Dust Weight Arrestance(%)
10 PPI 0.01 (2,49) 38
25 PPI 0.03 (7,46) 63
45 PPI 0.07 (17,41) 80
60 PPI 0.12 (29,84) 82

*in inches water gauge

Tests performed according to ASHRAE Standard 52.1 -1992 at 300 feet per minute (1,53 m/s) face velocity.