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The company's unique non-woven media is designed to combine the advantages of a mechanical structure and an enhanced charge to provide optimum efficiency. To further ensure unparalleled efficiency, Kimberly-Clark's media consists of a mix of fiber diameters in a gradient density structure, with loosely-packed fibers on the upstream side and densely-packed fibers on the downstream side.
"Over the past few years, providing filter media that fulfills end-user requirements in terms of efficiency and application flexibility has become essential," says Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Alejandra Lozano. "Kimberly-Clark has designed its new filter media to maintain a low airflow resistance, understanding the importance of providing filter media that not only delivers the highest levels of indoor air quality and sustains high-efficiency over the filter lifecycle, but also enables end users to reduce their energy costs."
"Kimberly-Clark also ensures the highest quality by using ISO-certified equipment to manufacture its media, and by establishing clear and careful procedures for managing its manufacturing processes," notes Lozano. "In addition, its background in the personal products market has enabled the company to improve the overall quality of its media."
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