Confectionery production is a sensitive process that is subject to strict hygiene rules. For hygienically flawless processing of the individual steps, it is especially important to supply germ-free air. Our filtration solutions make a valuable contribution to excellent air quality.
Hygiene is a top priority in the production of confectionery such as chocolates and marzipan, nougat or jelly products. In addition to appropriate protective clothing, an air filter system helps reduce airborne particles to an absolute minimum. With filter combinations specially adapted to your application, Freudenberg Filtration Technologies ensures optimal air quality across all production areas: from processing of the raw materials to baking, cooling and final packaging of the treats. This protects your products from negative environmental influences and helps lower energy costs.
Satisfy the highest requirements for clean air and sterility of filter classes E11 to U15. Reliable protection against particles and microorganisms. The MiniPleat technology ensures a homogeneous media velocity for safe, economical operation.Show details in e-catalog
The technically stable and engineered design of the MaxiPleat series offers continuous reliable operation for even the most extreme conditions. With a hydrophobic coating, a patented thermal embossing process, and leak-proof casting, these filters provide dependability with cost efficiency.Show details in e-catalog
Optimal price-performance ratio in the operation of ventilation systems plus simple and safe handling. MVP 95 filters achieve energy efficiency class A. Energy cost savings and reduced CO2 output.Show details in e-catalog
Filter media that is progressively structured of high-performance nonwovens, produced from non-breaking fibers ensures high durability and long useful lifetime.Show details in e-catalog
Wide selection of appropriate dust removal elements, variable in terms of shape, overall height, nominal diameter and pleat geometry. For maximized performance.Show details in e-catalog