A unique push-through filter that doesn’t snag gloves, that is manufactured from modern materials and is easily disposed of when exhausted.
The Push2-150 H14 Glovebox Push-through Hepa Filter combines all of the above attributes and will also last longer than the competition due to the extended filter surface area in the filter cartridge.
The continuous safety edge of the handle moulding, along with its modern ergonomic design, means that the filter can be easily and simply manoeuvred by the thickest isolator gloves – no more juggling with metal components that are difficult to grip and may tear the gloves.
The outer components of the filter are manufactured solely from modern moulded polymers and the entire filter contains no metal parts or components, so disposal is simple.
To demonstrate the superior performance of the Push2 Filter, Westbury Filtermation has tested the filter to breach conditions ie: where the isolator integrity has been breached – typically a damaged glove. Throughout these tests, the filter retained its integrity and continued to deliver the required level of operator protection.
Every Push2 Filter is individually tested and provided with its own unique reference and test certificate. This information is also printed on the filter itself and on the protective carton in which the filter arrives.
Designed to ensure the safe operation of chemical, pharmaceutical, nuclear & biological isolators, Push2 Cylindrical glove box filter has been designed using the very latest materials to provide lower resistance, longer life and stability even at isolator breach pressures.
The Push2 150 contains no metal parts and is therefore totally incinerable for ease of disposal. This feature, combined with the continuous safety edges of the moulding also means the product is safe and simple to use. The modern ergonomic design makes handling simple, even when being manipulated with the thickest isolator gloves. Westbury’s integrated moulded continuous gasket ensures a perfect air seal every time. The product’s increased media surface area ensures the lowest possible pressure whilst
operating at full capacity. This in turn results in lower energy demand in operation. The standard operational flow rate of 40m3/hr (23.5 CFM) runs at only 110Pa (0.44”WG) and has been tested to 120m3/hr (70.6CFM) – simulating a typical isolator glove breach. Every Westbury Push2 filter is individually tested and the product supplied with its own individual test certificate, serial number and production date for full traceability.