This website uses cookies
The web site is now storing only essential cookies on your computer. If you don't allow cookies, you may not be able to use certain features of the web site including but not limited to: log in, buy products, see personalized content, switch between site cultures. It is recommended that you allow all cookies.

Filter Testing for Highly Efficient Respirators P100/FFP3/P3

Mar 15 2022 Choose Your Session! Online

Respirator standards for highly efficient respiratory filters and cartridges such as 42 CFR part 84 and EN 143/149 require that all of these be tested before use.Respirator standards for highly efficient respiratory filters and cartridges such as 42 CFR part 84 and EN 143/149 require that all of these be tested before use. Speed of testing is critical for high throughput in the production line. Even more, it is desired that the tester gives the same results for penetration as the tester used in the quality control lab to ensure accuracy and reliability.

From the Quality Control Lab to the Production Line

In our 30-minutes webinar, we will present test results for penetration and pressure drop measurements with the increasing speed of testing and discuss factors that – if improved – can lower the test time. We will also show data from the characterization of our new, optimized Automated Filter Tester 8150 for the production line that was recently awarded the Innovative Product of the Year award from Waterloo Filtration Institute. Further emphasis will be given to comparison test results with equipment used for certification, the TSI Automated Filter Tester 8130A.

Watch the Webinar Recording

 

About the Speaker

Jürgen has spent 13 years working with filter testing standards around the globe such as NIOSH 42 CFR 84, EN143/EN149/EN13274-7, GB2626, ISO 16890, and ISO 29463.Jürgen Spielvogel is Senior Sales Specialist at TSI. He has more than 19 years of experience in particle measurements and has been involved continuously in standardization of particle measurements, and most recently as convener of ISO TC 24/SC 4/WG 12 driving standards such as ISO 27891 and ISO 15900.

Jürgen has spent 13 years working with filter testing standards around the globe such as NIOSH 42 CFR 84, EN143/EN149/EN13274-7, GB2626, ISO 16890, and ISO 29463. He is based in Germany and an active member of the DIN working group “Breathing apparatus for work and rescue.”