HQ85/ES A+ Bag Filter

The HQ85/ES ePM1 A+ bag filter is used as a fine filter in air treatment cabinets, air conditioning systems and public areas, and as a pre-filter in clean rooms and the pharmaceuticals industry. This bag filter is our most energy efficient to date, significantly reducing energy consumption and at the same time improving the carbon footprint.

The innovative A+ label bag filter improves the indoor air quality by removing the finest particles (ePM1) from the air. Because this high filtration efficiency is combined with lower energy consumption and reduced COemissions, it is also our most sustainable filter yet.

Why choose the HQ85/ES A+ filter?

  • Performance: High filtration efficiency against ePM1 particles. No fiber shedding (VDI certification).
  • Sustainability: Low energy consumption: A+ energy saving filter. Reduced COemissions.
  • Certified: ISO 16890.

AFPRO Filters BV participates in the ECP certification programme for Air Filters (FIL). Check the ongoing validity of the certificate: WWW.EUROVENT-CERTIFICATION.COM

Filter class according to ISO 16890
ePM1 60%
Energy label
Maximum final pressure drop
450 Pa
home ventilation




  • Frame: Galvanized steel or aluminum
  • Medium: Glass fiber (no fiber shedding, VDI certification)
  • Gasket: Polyurethane
  • Depth: 635
  • Maximum temperature: 70 °C
  • Maximum relative humidity: 90%
  • Filter class according to ISO 16890: ePM1 60%
  • EUROVENT certified

Lower energy consumption due to low pressure drop: 70 Pa

Energy saving filter: A+ label

Effective on even the smallest fine dust particles (ePM1)


  • Make sure that the filter is installed properly: Suction side – clean air side
  • Filter should be correctly installed: no leaks
  • Gaskets should be completely undamaged
  • Filter should be secured at four points
  • Make sure that the filter media is not folded double
  • Be careful not to damage the filter during installation
  • System should be run in for several hours to achieve the desired result
  • Keep a record of filter installation; note date, type, and initial resistance.