Product Overview

  • ISO 16890: ePM 2,5 and ePM 10
  • Available in efficiencies G4 - F7 (EN779:2012)
  • Energy efficiency class: D and E
  • Mechanically strong with high abrasion resistance
  • Operational reliability in high airflow and high dust loading conditions
  • Excellent performance in high relative humidity
  • All polymer construction, fully incinerable
ISO 16890
  • Coarse 60%
  • ePM2.5 50%
  • ePM10 60%
  • ePM10 70%
  • G4
  • M5
  • M6
  • F7
Media Type
  • Synthetic
Frame Material
  • Metal
  • Plastic
Special Size Available
  • On request
  • Dry seal gasket
Antimicrobial Available
  • Optional
Max. Operating Temperature
  • 70 ˚C
Filter Depth
  • 635 mm
  • 390 mm
  • 390 mm

Mechanically Strong and Robust

DriPak Base SF pocket filters are made of high quality synthetic media. These filters are renowned for their high performance characteristics in applications requiring a high dust holding capacity and high air cleaning capacity. Built from strong, robust materials, these filters display excellent abrasion resistance and perform well in up to 100% relative humidity, as well as high airflow and heavy dust loading conditions. Since their introduction, these filters have proven a resounding success with the food processing and automotive industries.

Microfine Synthetic Fibres Provide Cleaner Air

DriPak Base SF pocket media is comprised of a unique matrix of primary and secondary synthetic fibres, with a thin layer of high strength spunbond scrim on the air leaving side to increase filter stability and prevent particle migration. This media design ensures a low initial pressure drop, high dust holding capacity, and long filter service life.


DriPak Base SF filters are designed for a continuous operating temperature of up to 70°C. These filters should not be stored or transported in conditions where temperatures exceed 60 °C.

DriPak Base SF filters have an electrostatic charge, which provides exceptional high initial efficiency for small particle sizes. These filters are available with bacteriostatic treated media. They are tested in accordance with EN779:2012. The final resistance for classification is 450 Pa (250 Pa for filter class G4).


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