The ideal solution for high hygiene demands in environments with increased air humidity
- The use of biostatic filters contributes to improving indoor air quality so that our air is not contaminated by endotoxins or other decay and microbes or metabolic products
- In the case of extract and supply air filters, the relative humidity cannot always be kept below 80% relative humidity. This causes an inevitable explosion of growth of various bacteria and moulds
- The biostatic ingredients located within the synthetic fibres prevent odours and the formation of microorganisms on the filter, which are harmful to health
- Biostatic versions of filters are produced from POLYESTER or PROSYNTEX media.