Particulate Filter

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  •  approved for environments containing certain non-oil-based particles
  • Use with 4700 Retainer when particles are also present
  • Replaceable particle filter for cost savings
  • Wide range of applications reduces inventory needs and training requirements

Filter Type Half Mask

If the filter type half mask cleaning is not possible and functions incompletely due to clogged pores, this poses a danger to people and the environment.  According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), global air pollution caused an estimated 4.2 million premature deaths worldwide in 2016.  This is because fine dust can lead to cardiovascular and respiratory diseases and even cancer.


Particulate Filters (PFs) remove Particulate Matter (PM) from diesel exhaust gas.  PM is responsible for the black smoke emitted from the exhaust of diesel engines and contributes to air pollution which raises concerns with regards to human health. 
A PF is an after-treatment device that filters soot, containing PM, from the diesel exhaust system.  Soot is produced when diesel engines burn fuel, but a DPF captures this soot to prevent the release of harmful exhaust emissions. 
Once the DPF has captured the soot it stores it until the engine reaches a high enough temperature to burn the excess soot to ash, this is known as regeneration.  There are two types of DPF regeneration;  passive and active.

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