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ULPA Filter Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of ULPA filter manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top ULPA filter manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find ULPA filter companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture ULPA filters to your companies specifications. Then contact the ULPA filter companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of ULPA charcoal filters, ULPA aerosol filters, reusable ULPA filters, or customized ULPA filters of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Houston, TX 800-667-8563

    Air Filters, Inc. is a specialty filter company providing quality service to all of it's customers. Bringing 50 years of experience to the filtration industry, our highly trained personnel provide expert recommendations on HVAC, industrial ventilation, and air purification systems with a unique ability to satisfy customers with their special filter needs.

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  • Manchester, NY 585-289-3100

    For over 30 years, Sidco Filter Corporation has been supplying its customers with high-quality ULPA filters and other air contaminant management solutions. Our equipment is state of the art, and our service personnel lead the industry in terms of knowledge and expertise. All of our equipment is manufactured in state-of-the-art facilities.

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  • Sauget, IL 800-541-3478

    At Universal Air Filter, we understand that a client’s need for air quality management equipment can change over time. That’s why we offer both replacement filters as well as prototyping services. By choosing Universal, you can be sure that the ULPA filters and other filtration products on our line are top quality. We’ll work closely with you to connect you with the products you need.

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  • Carol Stream, IL 630-384-0400

    ULPA Filters, HVAC filters HEPA Filters, we do all of these and more! We only provide the best customer service in hopes of turning first time customers into lifelong connections. We have made it our goal to uphold the principles on which we were founded in order to continue the exceptional product value our customers rely on. Visit us on the web or call one of our friendly representatives today to learn more!

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  • Greensboro, NC 800-852-4449

    Purolator Facet, Inc. is a creative engineering and manufacturing organization offering fluid mechanics and porous media technology to address specific needs for diverse markets. A host of custom and standard products is available for fluid filtration, fluidization, acoustic attenuation, separation, transpiration cooling and many other applications. Purolator Facet manufactures and designs filters, elements, indicators, switches, scavenge lube oil kits, cabin air filters, and acoustic media for the aerospace and industrial hydraulic markets.

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  • Pompano Beach, FL 800-949-1926

    Our goal is to provide you with high quality ULPA filters without compromise. We stand for value and quality, and we promise to offer you nothing but the best. We offer flexible solutions for every problem, and we take pride in every single one of our products. Learn how we can be of service to you when you contact us today or visit our website!

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businessIndustry Information

ULPA Filters

ULPA filters are ultra-low particulate air filters that are qualified as being 99.9995% efficient in removing particles 0.12 micrometers or larger such as dust, pollen, mold, microbes and more from a given air stream. Like HEPA air filters, or high-efficiency particulate air filters, ULPA filters remove extremely small particles from the air in order to purify it. They are not a specific type of air cleaner filter, but rather a specific filtration standard which many types of filters may meet. ULPA filters are among the highest efficiency rated filters available. The implementation of this level of air filtration is crucial as ULPA filtration has the ability to stop the spread of airborne infectious disease and toxic agents. Hospital and healthcare organizations often employ ULPA filters in isolation, intensive care, and operation units as well as biological safety cabinets. Other industries such as aerospace, military, animal handling, biopharmaceutical facilities, heating, refrigerating and air conditioning utilize these filters as they offer "absolute filtration", meaning as close to particulate free air as is possible with current technologies. Pre-filters in the form of foam filters or electrostatic filters can be used to remove larger particulates thereby increasing the efficiency of ULPA filters as they can then focus on smaller contaminants. Pre-filtration may extend the useful life of these precision filters for several years.

In general, ULPA filters are made of spun-hooked fibers rolled into paper-like material which is then formed into panels. The panels are often pleated to increase the surface volume of the filter without requiring a larger frame. Porosity is one of the most important considerations concerning the selection of fibers for a ULPA filter as their main goal is removing as many particulates as possible. Measured in pores-per-linear-inch, or ppi, lower porosity signifies lesser air flow, but more filtration. Cellulose acetate, ceramic, carbon, glass fiber, cotton and polyester are all low porosity fibers commonly used alone or in combination to create filter panels. These panels are placed into frames or housing units either by the manufacturer or, in the case of separately sold components, by the user. Housing units are built of sturdy materials to secure the filtration panels. Frame materials include aluminum, plastic, steel, Teflon and modified acrylics among others. The wide range of use for ULPA filters means many options and therefore many factors to consider when selecting an appropriate filter. Porosity, as previously discussed is one factor, while efficiency, filter length, height and width as well as ply are also important. Though the filters themselves may become prone to shedding of particles, out-gassing, and limitations with regards to resistance to chemical deterioration, improvements in treatments and construction continue to reduce filter decline. Polypropylene, for example, is added to many fiber blends to enhance chemical resistance.



ULPA Filters
ULPA Filters
ULPA Filters - Precision Filtration Products
ULPA Filters - Precision Filtration Products