Increased focus on the indoor air quality (IAQ) and its effect on human health and well-being has led to stricter regulatory requirements concerning air filtration. Beyond health concerns, air filters and filtration media also figure significantly into the amount of energy consumed in operating an HVAC system. Filter media with a lower resistance to airflow reduces the burden on the system’s motor, enabling it to operate effectively, while reducing energy consumption.
Liquid filtration needs present similar challenges for purification of water, beverages, process fluids and similar applications. Effective and efficient fluid handling systems must maintain adequate flow while achieving the necessary degree of particulate capture.
One of the primary challenges in designing effective filter media is the microscopic size of the types of particulate that must be captured. To meet the demand for higher degrees of filtration, filter manufacturers have applied the advantageous characteristics of synthetic nonwoven materials to create a more effective filtration media.This new filter technology offers both a performance and cost advantage over traditional materials for air filters. Synthetic nonwoven materials are better able to trap particulate matter while also providing the benefit of lower airflow resistance.
- Self Support Media
- Wire Back Media
- MERV 8-10
- Commercial and Retail Filter Media
- HVAC Filtration
- Liquid Filtration
- Hot Oil Filter Media
- Lubricant and Oil Filtration
- Cabin Air Filtration
As your domestic source for nonwoven air filtration media, WPT Nonwovens is capable and equipped to meet your specific needs. Our extensive carding methods ensure a uniform web formation and our double bled line allows us to produce a gradient structure ideal for superior dust holding capabilities. Nonwoven treatments include:
- Flame retardant
- Custom colors
- And more
To improve the efficiency of your production process, we offer inline slitting and winding capabilities to meet your specific needs. Contact us to discuss your air filtration media needs.