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Itho HRU ECO 350 MVHR filter set F7

Brand: Econox


Itho HRU ECO 350 MVHR filter set F7
Itho HRU ECO 350 MVHR filter set F7
Itho HRU ECO 350 MVHR filter set F7
Itho HRU ECO 350 MVHR filter set F7
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Itho HRU ECO 350 MVHR filter set F7

2x compact filter MP without frame 180x400x18 mm. F7

The F7 filter set from Itho is suitable for the HRU ECO 350 MVHR. This filter of the highest quality guarantees optimal functioning of the ventilation system together with healthier, filtered indoor air. Also note the prices when purchasing 2, 5 or 10 units: the price will be automatically reduced!


What MVHR systems are these filters suitable for?
The Itho HRU ECO 350 MVHR filter set F7 corresponds to the Itho MVHR filters with the following product codes:


545-4845 / 545-4210 / 545-4211 / 545-4220 / 545-4221 / 545-4225 / 545-4226 / 545-4227 / 545-4228 / 545-4235 / 545-4235S / 545-4236 / 545-4236S / 545-4237 / 545-4237S / 545-4238 / 545-4238S / 545-4246 / 545-4248 / 545-4256 / 545-4258 / 545-4265 / 545-4275



Free filter service

Everyone has the right to breathe clean air. Checking / cleaning or replacing filters plays an essential role in this. Virtually no attention is paid to this in practice. We do pay attention. As well as your order for your filter set, you will receive:

- Free reminder every three months
- Personal offers (e.g. filters)
- Tips and tricks for extending the life of your filters


Filter class comparison

You may have heard of it before: the new filter standard "ISO16890". The old filter classes (G4, M6, F9, etc.) will slowly disappear and be replaced by the new standard. To avoid ambiguities and make it clear for you, we have provided the diagram below, where the old filter classes are compared with the new standard.

Filter class ISO coarse ISO ePM10 ISO ePM2.5 ISO ePM1
G3 > 45 % - - -
G4 > 90 % - - -
M5 > 95 % > 50 % - -
M6 > 95 % > 60 % 50 - 60 % -
F7 > 95 % > 85 % 65 - 80 % 50 - 65 %
F8 > 95 % > 90 % > 80 % 65 - 80 %
F9 > 95 % > 95 % > 95 % > 80 %



More information
Article - New regulations and standards for filters
Article - The effects of poor ventilation

Brand Econox
Category Itho Daalderop HRU Eco 350 MVHR filters
GTIN 8719544142085
Manufacturer's item number 38004007
Article number 38004007

Specifications

Width 400 mm
Depth 18 mm
Unit Set
Filter class ISO filter 1 ISO ePM10 80%
Filter class ISO filter 2 ISO ePM10 80%
Filter class filter 1 F7
Filter class filter 2 F7
Suitable for MVHR brand Itho Daalderop
Suitable for MVHR type HRU ECO 350
Length 180 mm
Filter material Synthetic
Category code 89

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