Rensa Filtration launches family of advanced HEPA filters

Rensa Filtration has started producing high-performance HEPA filters at its headquarters and manufacturing campus in Aurora, Illinois, USA.

Rensa Filtration HEPA air filters.
Rensa Filtration HEPA air filters.

The SuperFlo HEPA filters use advanced mini-pleat technology to achieve high dust loading and low resistance to airflow at 250 FPM, 500 FPM and 600 FPM compared to aluminum separator-style HEPA filters. This filter design provides HEPA level filtration with lower pressure drop, which leads to energy savings and lower cost of ownership.

Rensa HEPA filters come in several configurations and efficiency ranges. SuperFlo Deep Pleat HEPA are available as                 SuperFlo HP (RHP) for Standard Capacity, 1000 CFM, and as SuperFlo HPX (RHP-XL) for High Capacity, 2000 CFM. SuperFlo V-Bank HEPA include SuperFlo HV (RHV), 2000 CFM, and SuperFlo HVXL (RHV-XL), 2400 CFM.

Brandon Ost, CEO and founder of Rensa Filtration, said: "Our distributors have been asking us to provide a broader range of HEPA filters to supplement our MERV 11 – MERV 16 medium- and high-efficiency filters for their customers ranging from healthcare facilities to advanced manufacturing. We have made significant investments in additional HEPA filter manufacturing and testing capabilities and expanded our team of HEPA experts in the last year to support this product launch.”

Rensa offers HEPA filters rated at 99.97% and 99.99% efficiency at 0.3 microns. Each filter is tested per IEST RP CC 001.7 standards.

HEPA level filtration is widely used to help protect people and processes in healthcare facilities and industries including pharmaceuticals, optics, battery manufacturing, semiconductors and aerospace.