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Glass Panel Filters
Dry Glass Panel Filters & G3 Oiled Glass Panel Filters
Glass panel filters are designed to be used in HVAC systems as prefilters or low-efficiency final filters. The media is a continuous glass filament, with a tackifier to either hold dust or paint particles. Glass panel filters have a very high dust holding capacity which makes them ideal for use in wood or metal working workshops or as prefilters for higher-grade filters.
Our Glass Panel Filters are disposable and economical for high volume systems. Manufactured with either a card or galvanised steel case.
What are glass panel filters?
Glass panel filters are air filters made with a flat sheet of glass fibres that are layered and bonded together. These filters are commonly used in applications where high-efficiency particle capture is required, such as in healthcare facilities, laboratories, and industrial settings.
What are the benefits of using glass panel filters?
Glass panel filters offer several benefits, including high-efficiency particle capture, low resistance to airflow, and resistance to moisture and humidity. They are also durable and long-lasting, making them a cost-effective solution for air filtration.
What types of particles can glass panel filters capture?
Glass panel filters are capable of capturing a wide range of particles, including those that are too small to be seen with the naked eye. They can capture pollutants such as dust, pollen, mould spores, bacteria, and viruses, helping to improve indoor air quality and protect occupants from respiratory issues.
How often should glass panel filters be replaced?
The lifespan of a glass panel filter can vary depending on factors such as the level of contaminants in the air and the frequency of filter changes. As a general guideline, these filters should be replaced every 6-12 months to ensure optimal performance. However, in environments with high levels of contamination, more frequent changes may be necessary to maintain optimal air quality.