HEPA Disposable Terminal Box Filter for Cleanroom

  • Filtering Range: It can effectively filter 0.3㎛~1㎛ tiny particles.
  • Filtering Efficiency: The filtering efficiency reaches 95-99.99%, improving the indoor air quality.
  • Long lifespan: Replacement frequency of 12 months, saving maintenance costs. (Replacement time will be adjusted according to environmental requirements)
  • Applications: Commercial, Industrial, Semiconductor, Biotechnology, Pharmaceuticals, Dust-Free Filters.

HEPA Ducted Terminal Modules

This filter is used with MPPS: ≧99.95% mini pleated filter. Adjustable gate can be designed to control the balance of airflow dispersion and extend the service life.
Built-in anti-vibration holes and a high 2.0″ duct connection diameter reduce installation time and ensure a tight connection. Low pressure drop design reduces energy consumption.


Media: Glassfiber
Collar Dia.: 10″, 12″, 14″
Thermal insulation pads covered on the housing
Frame: Extruded aluminum
● H11 (EN1822)/MERV16 (ASHRAE 52.2)
MPPS: ≥95% DOP: ≥99.9%@0.3 μm
● H13 (EN1822)/MERV17-18 (ASHRAE 52.2)
MPPS: ≥99.95% DOP: ≥99.99%@0.3 μm
● H14 (EN1822)/MERV19 (ASHRAE 52.2)
MPPS: ≥99.995% DOP: ≥99.999%@0.3 μm
Filter separator: Hot melt adhesive
Filter Adhesive: Polyurethane (PU)
Fire Retardant grade: UL 900
Max. Temperature: ≦ 80℃
Max. Humidity: ≦ 100% RH
Rec. Final Pressure Drop: ≦ 500Pa


✔ Low pressure drop design
✔ Energy saving
✔ Longer service life
✔ Built-in seismic holes and 2.0″ high continuous inlet collar reduces installation time


Designed for being applied for the pharmaceutical, semiconductor, microelectronics, bioindustry and the surgery rooms of hospitals.

  1. High efficiency filtration: Disposable HEPA filters effectively capture at least 99.97% of particles above 0.3 microns, including dust, pollen, bacteria and viruses, ensuring the highest standards of air quality.
  2. Convenience: Due to its disposable design, this filter does not require complicated cleaning or maintenance procedures at the end of its service life, and can simply be replaced with a new filter, making it extremely convenient for users.
  3. Cost Effective: Disposable HEPA filters are typically less costly than washable and reusable filters, providing a cost-effective alternative for those who need to replace their filters on a regular basis.
  4. Reduces the risk of cross-contamination: The disposable design reduces the risk of cross-contamination that can occur during cleaning and maintenance and is particularly suitable for environments where strict control of contamination is required, such as medical and laboratory facilities.
  5. Wide range of applications: Due to its high filtration capacity and ease of use, the High Efficiency Disposable HEPA Filter is suitable for a wide range of applications, including homes, offices, schools, hospitals and industrial facilities.

These advantages of high-efficiency disposable HEPA filters make them a practical choice for improving air quality and maintaining a healthy environment, especially for those who have a high demand for air purification but want simple maintenance.

HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air Filter) is an air filtration efficiency level that can remove 99.97% or more of particles over 0.3 microns in diameter. HEPA filters are made of thousands of extremely fine fibers that can trap both small and larger particles.
They are very effective in removing particles from the air. HEPA filters are made of chemical fibers and glass fibers, which are randomly arranged to form layers of fine, irregular filters that cut off airborne particles of different sizes.
HEPA filters are classified as H10, H11, H12, H13, H14, and U15. Since different filters have different particle sizes, it is natural that they need to be replaced at different times.
When purchasing a filter, the filter specification will indicate the “Initial Pressure Loss”, which is the wind resistance of the new filter itself. As more particles are added to the filter, the air resistance will increase. Therefore, it is usually recommended to replace the filter when the air resistance reaches 2 to 3 times of the initial pressure loss of the filter.
Take our high efficiency HEPA as an example, at a specific airflow (different sizes will be tested at different airflows) the pressure loss is 250 pa right out of the factory, and when the pressure loss comes to 500 pa, it means it’s time to replace it. (9.8 pa = 1 mm water column)

Product Information
Housing Size
WxHxD (mm)
Filter Rating (EN1822:2009)Air Flow
Initial Resistance
In W.G.          PA
Rec. Final P.D.
610x610x150H1160710130.63160≤ 500
(2.0 In W.G.)

◎ Face Velocity: 0.8 m/s
◎ Other sizes are available on requests.