Particulate Matter PM10 Filters for Improved Indoor Air Quality
Exposure to high concentration urban background and roadside particulate pollutants including PM10 can have a serious impact on human health*
The Air Quality Standards Regulations 2010 requires that concentrations of PM10 must not exceed an annual average of 40µ/m3
Our high efficiency, moisture-resistant PM 10 filters are available in a range of standard sizes and are designed to deliver effective indoor air mitigation solution for PM 10.
|24-hourly limit values and objectives||Annual limit values and objectives||Achieve by|
|EU First Daughter Directive (99/30/EC)||50 µg m–3 with up to 35 exceedences a year||40 µg m–3||1 January 2005|
|UK Air Quality Strategy (2000)||50 µg m–3 with up to 35 exceedences a year||40 µg m–3||31 December 2004|
Our high efficiency, moisture-resistant PM 10 filters are available in a range of standard sizes, and are designed to deliver effective indoor air mitigation solution for PM 10.
|Filter class acc. To ISO 16890||ISO ePM 10 (60%)|
|Average Efficiency||ePM 1||9%|
|Filter class acc. To EN 779:2012||M6|
(Threshold reference scale year 2019: (RS 4/C/001-2019)
|Energy Consumption||Not applicable|
|Medium||Synthetic – Progressive microfiber|
|Max. humidity resistance [%]|
|Max. temperature [°C]|
|DIN 53438 – 3 (F1)|
Dimensions & Nominal Air Flow
(width x height x depth)
|594 x 594 x 48||Recommended nominal air flow [m3/h]||1,200|
|Filter area [m2]||1,1||Potential nominal air flow [m3/h] |
(short term usage possible)
|Frame||Cardboard lattice frame||Initial pressure drop [pa]||95|
|Labelling||Dimension, air direction, filter class, type test||Recommended final pressure drop [pa]||300|
(width x height x depth)
|Filter area [m2]||Nominal air flow|
Initial pressure drop
|495 x 622 x 48||0,9||1.000 / 95Pa|
|495 x 495 x 48||0,7||770 / 95Pa|
|393 x 622 x 48||0,8||850 / 95Pa|
|393 x 495 x 48||0,6||650 / 95Pa|
|290 x 594 x 48||0,5||550 / 95Pa|
PM 10 Filter Benefits
- The PM 10 filter medium is with the additional clean air side metal mesh equipped
- Big filter area in small required space
- Moisture-resistant and sturdy filter frame
- Optional with gasket
- Special sizes on request
- Fully incinerable
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Clean Air Strategy 2019
The Clean Air Strategy 2019 (Section 1.3) focuses on UK emission reductions for
5 major air pollutants including PM10 and Nitrogen Oxides, with
national emissions targets being set for 2020 and 2030.
High Performance NOx (NO and NO2) Filtration Systems
The EU Directive 2008/50/EC (the CAFE Directive) European Union Air Quality and Clean Air for Europe 2008 also set stringent levels for Nitric Oxides (NO) and Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) in designated Air Quality Management Areas (AQMAs).
This legislation may have compliance issues for Planners, Developers and Mechanical Consultants when they are working on indoor air filtration projects where the external air quality (NO2) being entrained into the building exceeds an annual mean of 40ug/m³
- Residential Schemes
- Schools, Colleges and Universities
- Commercial Buildings
NOx (NO and NO2) Mitigation Filter Systems
AAC NITROSORB uses breakthrough technology to assist developers in compliance with EU regulations on indoor air NO2 emissions, playing a key role in delivering effective NOx mitigation for indoor air projects in new build and retro schemes across the UK.
The AAC NITROSORB Filter System is suitable for use in MVHR Units, Horizontal and Vertical Airflows and Centralised Air Handling Plant and gives planners, developers, and mechanical consultants “one stop” access to a full range of effective and sustainable NOx mitigation solutions.
The flexible nature of the AAC NITROSORB Filter System enables PM10 or PM2.5 particulate pre-filter to be easily incorporated enabling compliance with the particulate aspect of the legislation.
The NITROSORB Filter System is available in a full suite of standard sizes, with a Free of Charge design service is available for bespoke projects.