Camfil HEPA filters for food processing
Camfil offers a range of ProSafe certified HEPA filters designed to comply with the demands on safety, traceability and control within the food processing industries.
Absolute VGXL and VGXXL ProSafe box-style HEPA models with modern incinerable frame and V-shaped pleat pack arrangements are suitable for hygienic and aseptic supply or exhaust air systems that require high airflow, filter capacity and stability with the lowest pressure drop and weight.
Megalam ProSafe panel-style HEPA models are suitable for laminar airflow applications, including cleanrooms, clean benches and clean air devices that require long filter life with a low pressure drop.
Camfil CC 6000 ProSafe mobile air cleaners include HEPA filtration for effective and hygienic air recirculation within large product distribution spaces and storage areas.
Designed specifically for process safety and manufactured with materials that comply with European Food Contact Regulation (EC) No 1935:2004, Camfil’s ProSafe filter range is designed to be free of toxic chemicals bisphenol A, phthalates and formaldehyde and resistant to cleanroom decontamination and cleaning procedures (including hydrogen peroxide and other commonly used agents).
Conforming to BRCGS global standards for food safety, ProSafe filters are also fully compliant with the ISO 846:2019 antimicrobial growth standard and the VDI 6022 hygiene in HVAC systems standard.
All HEPA classified ProSafe Filters are thoroughly tested and individually certified to ensure high performance under the most critical of conditions for leak-free operation and individually packaged in a hygienic bag.
For more information: https://www.camfil.com/en-au/insights/food-and-beverage/camfil-prosafe.
Phone: 02 8832 5500
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