Technical Features That Help Deciding the Pocket Filters Quality

The pocket filters are gaining popularity these days due to their high filtration efficiency and significance. Due to their distinctive characteristics, these are heavily being used for a lot of industrial applications. The pocket filters, come in full or half size, are deep bed style bag filters that are mounted to an inner basket assembly and a metal outer frame. In this article, we will discuss some of the key qualities of the best pocket filters.

Surface Area

The pocket air filters have more surface area and dust capturing capacity than flat panel type air filters. The higher the number of pockets, the more the surface area it can have. Eventually, the higher surface area enhances the air filtration ability of the pocket filter and reduces the energy usage.

The Quality of Filter Media

The synthetic filter media better resists moisture accumulation and is good for avoiding the growth of mold and mildew. The pocket air filters also sustain the high-efficiency performance with a comparatively low-pressure drop, in order to deliver an effective air filtration. The usage of premium-quality filter media ensures the best performance.

Quality of the Cardboard Frame

Sturdy, durable cardboard frame bear the force of the incoming air stream and support the filter media. The beverage board grade cardboards are resistant to water infiltration that may cause structural damage. A strong housing module leads to a longer service life. The poor design collapses prematurely, causing many issues for the downstream equipment.

Quality of the Media Bonding

The pocket filters should be tightly and safely bonded to a cardboard frame so as to avoid air bypass, where the pollutants can escape through the little gaps on the filters’ sides.

These design considerations help users achieve an optimal airflow static as well as the load capacity that enhances energy efficiency.

a cardboard frame so as to avoid air bypass, where the pollutants can escape through the little gaps on the filters’ sides.

These design considerations help users achieve an optimal airflow static as well as the load capacity that enhances energy efficiency.

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