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Standards in the filter industry

ISO16890 standard

Since the end of 2016, the ISO16890 standard has been valid for air filters. This ISO standard is the international standard for testing and classifying air filters. The ISO16890 standard clearly shows the efficiency of a filter, making the difference in quality more apparent. The filter class that emerges from this standard states what percentage of a certain particle size is captured by a filter.

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Everything about the ISO16890 standard

EN1822 standard

The EN1822 standard is a special standard for absolute filters. In some situations, extremely high demands are made on air quality. Think, for example, of an operating room, clean room or laboratory. If you want to be absolutely sure that solid particles, aerosols and germs are kept out, choose an absolute filter.

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Everything about the EN1822 standard

EN779 standard

The EN779 standard is currently no longer used. In 2016, the ISO16890 standard replaced this European standard. In the EN779 standard there were actually 9 filter classes, namely G1 to F9.

Everything about the EN779 standard
Everything about the EN779 standard

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