- Innovative design - double tapered pockets for optimum airflow
- Very low resistance and energy use
- Improved dust distribution for increased DHC
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The DriPak GXM pocket filter comes with pockets made from microfine fibreglass in a proprietary AAF design. The result is optimised air distribution for high indoor air quality in combination with moderate energy consumption. Whether installed as a final filter in office buildings, schools, or shopping malls, or as a prefilter for industrial processes, the DriPak GXM filter is an excellent option for both a better indoor climate and low operating costs.
Improved Process Performance
The specially designed tapered pockets of the DriPak GXM filter guide air with a continuous velocity through the filter. Complemented by a more uniform use of the filter surface, the DriPak GXM filter provides high-quality air. This filter performs 20% above the minimum efficiency requirement (ME) of the EN779:2012 standard, so that indoor conditions for building users and industrial processes are greatly improved.
The DriPak GXM filter owes its moderate energy use to its innovative geometric filter design, which results in the pressure drop increasing very gradually during the lifetime of the filter. Low energy consumption and related reduced carbon dioxide emissions directly contribute to a better environment.
Beneficial Total Cost of Ownership
With the purchase of air filters, operating costs during the entire life cycle will typically have a higher financial impact than solely the initial investment. The gradual pressure drop increase of the DriPak GXM filter directly translates into reduced energy costs. Because of the innovative design with tapered pockets, this air filter’s lifetime is longer, meaning fewer filter replacements per year and additional cost savings.