Product Overview

  • Available in efficiency classes H13 and H14 (EN1822:2009) 
  • Individually tested for certified performance.
  • Available in varieties of cell sides and efficiencies.
  • Available in gasket and gel seal.
  • High capacity option for higher airflow.
Media Type
  • Fibreglass
Frame Material
  • Galvanised Steel
  • Stainless Steel
  • Aluminium
Separator Style
  • Aluminium
  • Vinyl Coated Aluminum
Gasket Material
  • Neoprene
  • PU
  • Silicone
  • UL900
Max. Operating Temperature
  • 90˚C
  • 260 ˚C

The AstroCel I HEPA filter offers reliable contamination control for multiple applications, varying from central air handling systems to demanding industrial installations. The filter can be supplied in a High Capacity design for handling high airflow rates. A wide variety of sizes and configuration options is available for the AstroCel I to meet any requirement at the most beneficial operating costs.

Improved process performance

The AstroCel I filter is available in filter classes H13 and H14 according to EN1822:2009, individually tested for guaranteed filtration performance. The media pack is carefully sealed to the frame to prevent leakage. For demanding applications, a High Capacity execution is available for airflows up to 3000 m3/h. With a temperature resistance of up to 260 °C, AstroCel I filters allow for installation in a broad range of critical applications. 

Environmental savings

The AstroCel I filter owes its beneficial operating resistance from a precise pleat spacing, which is maintained by corrugated aluminum separators that permit maximum usage of the filter medium. The flat resistance curve minimizes energy consumption and equivalent CO2 emission, whereas the long filter life reduces disposal and waste. With the optional MDF frame, the AstroCel I HEPA filter is fully incinerable.

Beneficial Total Cost of Ownership

The advantageous operating resistance of the AstroCel I filter limits energy costs and the longer service life minimizes filter replacement costs. The High Capacity execution requires fewer filters to handle the same volume of air, which means that less costly installation space is required. The robust filter construction with unique separator design reduces risk of media damage, so that premature filter replacements are prevented.



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