New Energy Efficiency Classification supports customers in selecting energy-efficient air filters
In January 2012, Eurovent has issued a new methodology for classifying air filters according to their annual energy consumption, called “Energy Efficiency Classification of Air Filters for General Ventilation Purposes”.
Based on Guideline 4/11, Eurovent Certification classifies the energy efficiency of air filters that are tested according to EN779:2012. Following on the calculated annual energy consumption, each air filter in the efficiency class range of G4 up to F9 is provided with an energy efficiency label (A to G).
AAF offers several low energy consuming pocket filters, compact filters and HT filters in the efficiency class range of M5 up to F9. The all-new and highly energy-efficient VariCel® XL HT and VariCel® VXL are just two perfect examples. In case of the VariCel® VXL F8, the annual energy consumption is 1185 kWh with which it is rated an A label. At the same time, the minimum filtration efficiency of 73% well exceeds the minimum requirement of 55% for an F8 filter according to EN779:2012.
The new Energy Efficiency Classifications helps customers in selecting the most energy-efficient air filter for their application requirements.
More information: Download leaflet about the new Eurovent Energy Efficiency Classification
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