Filter Media Test Rigs

Palas® has been building and developing module filter media test rigs since 1985 and therefore has great know-how to offer in this field. Thanks to the high level of reproducibility, the long service life of the equipment and the exceptional cost-effectiveness of Palas® test rigs, Palas® is now the market leader in this field. Palas® offers the world's widest range of filter media test systems for different applications even in temperatures up to 250°C or under overpressure up to 7 bar. The modular filter test rig from Palas® was awarded the "1998 Product Achievement Award" by the periodical "Filtration & Separation" in Atlantic City, USA. Palas® offers the world's largest selection of different aerosol generators, dilution systems and state-of-the-art particle measurement technology for particle sizes from 5 nm to 100 µm, which are used as modular, interchangeable individual components as part of the Palas® test systems. With this flexibility, testing requirements can be simply and reliably met to suit customer requirements or in order to achieve compliance with the relevant standards.

HFP system

Product DISCONTINUED 01 September 2019 Test rig for fast and reliable testing of coalescing filter media in relation to fraction separation efficiency and burden

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MFP system

Modular filter media testing system for quick determination of fraction separation efficiency, burden and pressure loss in accordance with the standards and based on customer requirements

MFP Nano plus system

Test rig for accurate determination of the separation efficiency of ULPA and HEPA filter media and small complete filters

MMTC system

Practical testing of cleanable surface filters in accordance with standards and based on customer preferences

RFT 11057 system

Reference filter test rig for cleanable filter media according to ISO 11057:2011, VDI/DIN 3926 (1994 and 2004) and ASTM D6830-02

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