August 1, 2007
Camfil Farr has updated its line of Absolute HEPA and ultra-low-penetration air filters with a “poured-in-place” gasket for leak-free performance. Now available on all of the company’s gasket-seal Absolute filters, the company says the sealing method is uniform in depth and encompasses the entire filter sealing surface, eliminating gasket junctures, blemishes and other corner leaks that occur with conventional high-efficiency filters. Camfil Farr’s poured-in-place gasket technology eliminates leak paths to ensure efficiency is maintained at 99.97 percent on 0.3-micron particles for HEPA filters or 99.99 percent on .012-micron particles for ULPA filters. The gasketing is made of polyurethane and is compatible with virtually all types of systems.
Camfil Farr, 1 N. Corporate Drive, Riverdale, NJ 07457; (866) 4CAMFIL, fax (973) 616-7771; www.camfilfarr.com.