An industry standard since 1963, the accordian style, pleated, paper filter was invented by Erhard Karl Otton Andreae. His unique design and working principle made the Andreae Filter
worthy of imitation.
The Original Andreae Standard
The front V-shaped wall of the filter prevents overspray bounce back and migration.
The deeper V-shape of the back wall is the paint holding pocket.
The filter exhaust holes are misaligned to divert the paint laden airflow to the holding pocket while maintaining a constant flow during the loading phase.
Lasts 3-5x longer than polyester, fiberglass, or mesh; captures any wet solids or liquid particles: high solid enamels, baked
and air dried enamels, glues, oils, stains, lacquers, fiberglass, epoxies, asphalts, clear coats, tar, teflon, etc.