Shanghai Lingqiao E.P.E.W. Co., Ltd.

The Lowest Pressure Drop
360HPSeries

Replace high cost PTFE filters

A fully synthetic PTFE media constructed to maximize capacity while minimizing operating pressure drop throughout the life of the filter. The proprietary PTFE membrane is designed to shed water and dissolve minerals such as salt chlorides making it excellent for Gas Turbine & Process Compressor Systems or anywhere sub-micro size particles must be captured.

  • Filtration Efficiency – All LH products are HEPA rated. HP360 Series will capture not less than 99.5% of material 0.3 micron and larger. The efficiency is E11/E12.
  • Cleanability – HP360 Series use surface filtration to keep the particulate on the surface of our membranes. It can be re-used and cleanable so that the service life is longer than traditional fabrics.
  • Pressure Drop – Over time our membranes maintain their low pressure drop since their surface remains clean and un-blinded.
  • Chemical and Thermal Resistance – Our ePTFE membranes are rated to temperatures up to 260 oC, and since they are produced from PTFE are chemically resistant to acids, alkalis, solvents, and other chemicals.
Model:HP360 Model:HP300

By working with IAM as joint venture in USA, LingQiao produces high quality PTFE HEPA media combined with IAM 15 years of Industrial Filtration Application & Engineering. We are proud to offer a full line of ePTFE HEPA media along with third party lab reports to support high HEPA standard with higher efficiencies and lower pressure drops in the worldwide market.

Applications

LH produces ePTFE membrane and laminates for a variety of filtration applications.
A proprietary membrane specifically designed for tough applications:

Certificates

All of our HEPA media are certified by third party testing organizations.
Our “IAM” branded media have better performance in filtration efficiency, pressure drop, dust holding capacity, high humidity situation and so on based on following test standards:

  • EN 779: 2002
  • EN 1822-3: 2009
  • High Humidity Test
  • EN 779: 2002
  • EN 1822-3: 2009
  • High Humidity Test
  • EN 779: 2002
  • EN 1822-3: 2009
  • High Humidity Test