Filter tester 3160
penetrationfloor-standingwith touchscreen

filter tester
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with touchscreen, automatic


AUTOMATED FILTER TESTER 3160 Automated Filter Tester Model 3160 determines the pressure drop and fractional efficiency at different particle sizes (15 to 800 nm) in order to obtain the most penetrating particle size (MPPS) of HEPA and ULPA filters and filter media. It is designed to comply with the test requirements of EN 1822 parts 3 and 5. Filter tests are performed automatically following user-specific test parameters and up to 99.999999% (eight 9s) fractional filter efficiencies. HEPA and ULPA filters are used in hospitals, operating rooms, laboratories, cleanrooms and other places that require low concentrations of particles, bacteria, etc. They are characterized by their retention at the most penetrating particle size (MPPS). PRODUCT DETAILS The 3160 uses a bank of atomizers and the research grade TSI classifier to challenge a filter or filter media with known-size, monodisperse particles. Two new generation Condensation Particle Counters (CPCs) simultaneously count the upstream and downstream particles while the software calculates the penetration value. Filters can be sequentially challenged with up to 20 different monodisperse particle sizes in the range from 15 to 800 nm. The penetration value for each particle size is obtained. APPLICATIONS HEPA and ULPA filter and filter media testing (EN 1822 parts 3 and 5) Fractional efficiency filter testing Automated filter testing FEATURES & BENEFITS Determines fractional filter efficiencies and the MPPS Complies with EN 1822 parts 3 and 5 Simple automated operation Used to test both low- and high-efficiency filters and filter media Highly consistent test results Service and support
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