LUDWIGSBURG - Mann+Hummel has developed a new HEPA H13 air filter, which, designed to meet the EN 1822 standard, allows operators of air conditioning and ventilation systems in buildings to filter more than 99.95% of viruses, bacteria and micro-organisms from the supply air.
Throughout the winter months, the Nanoclass Cube Pro membrane enables a return to systems using energy-efficient circulation air modes. Infectious virus particles that can attach to aerosols, such as SARS-CoV-2, are therefore said to be reliably filtered out.
The filter is designed to be energy efficient while its new ePTFE medium reduces the pressure drop by 50% compared to conventional HEPA air filters based on micro glass fibers.
Combined with the Mann+Hummel Airpocket Eco filter in energy efficiency class A+, the usual operating cost of a ventilation or air conditioning system barely differs compared to a “pre-Corona” configuration of filters. Moreover, the Nanoclass Cube Pro membrane meets the requirements of fire protection class E according to EN 13501. As the air filter is offered in various standard dimensions, it can be used in almost any HVAC system without problem and without having to convert systems.
With the Nanoclass Cube Pro Membrane for central AC and ventilation systems, Mann+Hummel says it is expanding its portfolio of solutions for virus-free indoor air in buildings. It is therefore positioning itself as a development partner and complete supplier for air hygiene. The mobile air purifiers of the OurAir product line are also part of the program.