HVAC filters filter dust, pollen, pet dander and other small particles out of air. A clean air filter helps your HVAC system perform efficiently and it keeps dust and the aforementioned particles from circulating throughout your environment. At Hall Pyke we have a wide variety of suitable filters from pre-filters to fine dust pocket filters. View our range below.
Showing all 11 results
Primarily used as pre-filters. The deep filter media used produces excellent filtration characteristics for course dust – high dust holding capacity and low-pressure losses and therefore high efficiency.
The Z-Line filter cells are produced with synthetic polyester. The media is self-supporting and does not require any metal grid support.
Made of multilayer polypropylene, meltblown synthetic or fibreglass filter media. Used as both prefilters and final filters in all types of HVAC systems.
State of the art mini pleat technology is based on pleating packages constructed from fibreglass or synthetic filter paper.
Absolute filters or HEPA/ULPA filters are used wherever it is important to guarantee a defined air purity to protect life and or manufacturing processes.
EMCEL produce HEPA and carbon filters to customers existing dimensions or to meet new design requirements.
ALTAIR cartridges are available in different diameters, heights, fabrics and fixing systems. The over 1,500 models available are easy to install and designed exclusively with premium filtering materials certified by the German IFA-BGIA Institute.
Synthetic polyester or microglass fibre filter medium
Hall Pyke HEPA-Filter cells are made of high quality microfibre paper with textile thread spacers. This V-shaped construction of self-supporting media packs with optimized pleating geometry is connected particle-tight to the frame. The installing position of the filter is not relevant for operation.
Compact filter with plastic frame innovative 3V-Design, frame made of flow-optimized profiles.
Nonwoven fabric, thermally and mechanically strengthened without binders, progressive structure.