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Product Overview

  • Lowest initial resistance available
  • Negligible off-gassing properties (no boron) 
  • AAF Flanders’ high tensile strength ePTFE media is up to 8 times stronger than microglass 
  • Highly resistant to corrosive environments (acids, alkalis, and organic substances) 
  • Gasket seal, gel seal and knife-edge designs available
  • Lightweight anodized aluminum frame
  • 99.99995% on MPPS

Typical Applications

  • Microelectronics
EN1822
  • H13
  • H14
  • U15
  • U16
Filter Depth
  • Various
Media Type
  • ePTFE
Frame Material
  • Anodized extruded aluminum
Separator Style
  • Ribbon Hot Melt
Gasket Material
  • PU
  • Neoprene
  • EPDM
Certification
  • UL900
  • ULC-S111

Energy Conservation 

The AAF Flanders ePTFE pleated pack resistance is a minimum of 30% lower than conventional micro fiberglass media, a factor contributing to a great reduction in fan energy consumption. AAF Flanders’ pleating method, which uses intermittent polyamide separators, allows more open media area, optimizing pleat pack resistance. 

Perfect Filter Media 

Compared with micro fiberglass media, AAF Flanders ePTFE media provides superior benefits, including inert chemical properties, more uniform fiber distribution, and smaller fiber diameters and pore size. This reduces resistance, creating higher filtration performance to achieve substantial energy savings. 


Sturdy Construction 

Tooling environments often produce harmful and corrosive by-products. The MEGAcel filter is extremely resistant to these harsh conditions, and also offers superior efficiency and pressure drop characteristics. Manufactured with high quality ePTFE media, the MEGAcel filter is water-resistant and meets the requirements of UL900. The media pack is permanently attached to an anodized extruded aluminum frame with a urethane adhesive. 

Chemical Advantages of AAF Flanders ePTFE Media

Negligible Off-Gassing 

AAF Flanders ePTFE media has smaller pore size and fiber diameter than micro fiberglass. These characteristics significantly reduce the levels of off-gassing impurities typical to micro fiberglass (which include boron, sodium, potassium, and silicon) to below detectable limits. 

High Corrosion Resistance

AAF Flanders ePTFE media has been proven to be resistant in highly corrosive environments, including alkaline, acid, and organic substances. All of these environments can be found in semiconductor manufacturing processes. 

Superior Water Resistance 

AAF Flanders ePTFE media provides superior water resistance in comparison with micro fiberglass and low boron micro fiberglass media.

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