In an environment where dust containment is essential, you need to be sure that the filtration system in use meets the necessary standards. In most cases HEPA filtration is the minimum requirement for dust containment and filtration purposes. This is true in health facilities, clean rooms, and other regulated areas.
When choosing dust containment filters, you may find those that are not marked with a HEPA filtration indicator but rather are billed as ULPA filters.
There is a difference between these two types of filters, as indicated in the chart below:
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