For HEPA filters with partitions, the most intuitive factors that affect the price include the materials used such as the outer frame, filter material, partition, glue, etc., as well as technical parameters (size, temperature, efficiency level) and manufacturing process.
In addition, the most overlooked aspect is the inspection of products with partition HEPA filters after production is completed. There are two general detection methods: smoke detection and ion counter scanning. The cost of ion counter is higher than that of smoke measurement, but the detection accuracy is higher.
There are both spot checks and full checks for testing, which involve the cost of efficient filters with partitions.
So there are many factors involved in the cost of partition HEPA filter. This is also why a small filter has high and low prices. So when choosing a filter, you can't just look at the price, after all, you get what you pay for. You can call SFFILTECH for specific prices at any time.