High Velocity Filtration

  • The V-FACE™ filter holding frame opens up all kinds of opportunities for higher velocity applications by the simple nature of its design.
  • Typically the line has been drawn at 500 FPM as this being the most common ASHRAE test velocity used by most filter manufacturers. Increasing the velocity through the filter beyond this results in higher pressure drops, loss of efficiency, and more pressure on the filter components, all of which combine to affect the integrity and service life of the filter.
  • The simple fact that the V-FACE™ frame holds two filters in lieu of one, reduces the filter velocity to half, and allows you to increase the face design velocity significantly. A 600 FPM face design velocity means a filter velocity of only 300 FPM.
  • And when using our new high efficiency minipleat filters, you can obtain extremely low filter pressure drops compared to industry standards.  Our 4” MERV 14 filter, for example, has an ultra-low pressure drop of .21” at 500 FPM. Now, do the math.
  • Increasing velocities on existing products while lowering horsepower requirements means higher energy ratings.
  • Existing high velocity applications can now experience significantly higher efficiency filtration at much lower pressure drops.
  • For the first time, the limitation of air conditioning unit design velocities is no longer determined by the filter velocity, paving the way for other component changes that would open up this new frontier.
  • By increasing the velocities of air conditioning and heating units, air cleaners, evaporator units, etc., the cost per CFM will decrease dramatically.
  • With the numerous V-FACE™ applications, you will help create a revolution in design changes for years to come.

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