Eurovent Certification proposes a European certification program in which filters are regularly checked by independent testing labs according to European and international standards.
    Eurovent Certification programs are an international warranty for the reliability and accuracy of performance data from manufacturers’ products.
    Hunting for the appropriate filter for your equipment will set you against several selection criteria. In order to choose the filter you need and which matches the standards you must comply with, you can rely on the reliability offered by the Eurovent Certification website www.eurovent-certification.com. There, you can select the products depending on their certified performance features.
    You exactly get what you paid for. Through reliable and accurate data, you can choose the sought-after product with complete confidence.
    Using the same testing standards for each and every manufacturer being part of the Eurovent certification programs, Eurovent Certification guarantees a fair competition between manufacturers and makes the purchaser’s choice easier as the reliability of the features announced in the catalogues is ensure.

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ISO16890 – A standard that tells you more about particles that are harmful to your health

Airborne particles can be in solid or liquid form. Essentially, fine particles are dust. In the case of air pollution, this dust is often produced by an unfinished combustion, which generate what we call ‘unburnt elements’.

The particles can be of natural origins, like from volcanic eruptions, or “human”, such as from heating, road traffic, in-dustrial processes, etc. These fine particles penetrate deep into the lungs and can cause inflammation and health pro-blems in people with heart and lung disease. Also, they can carry carcinogenic compounds absorbed on their surface into the lungs.


“Currently, particulate matter and ozone pose a severe health risk in many cities in both developed and developing countries.A quantitative relationship can be established between the level of pollution and certain health conditions (increased mortality or morbidity). This provides valuable insights into the health gains that can be expected if air pollution is re-duced.” Air quality guidelines For Europe. Copenhagen, Regional Office of the World Health Organization for Europe, 1987 (WHO Regional Publications, Euro-pean Series, No. 23)

On our website, you will find several test results of our filters according to the new ISO16890 standard, which demonstrates that Deltrian is ready to accompany you in the search for the filter best suited to protect your health.

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ATEX Certification for our filters : Equipment used in potentially explosive atmospheres 

The European Union has adopted a law on the sale and putting into service of equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres (ATEX). Such atmospheres occur when a mixture of air, gases, vapours, mists or dusts combine in a way that can ignite under certain operating conditions.

The ATEX directive lays down uniform, EU-wide rules on the sale and putting into service of equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres. It seeks to ensure that products fulfil certain requirements to ensure a high level of protection of the health and safety of persons, especially workers, and, where appropriate, the protection of domestic animals and property. It applies to a wide range of products, including equipment used on fixed offshore oil and gas platforms, in petrochemical plants, mines, flour mills (airborne flour particles are highly flammable) and other areas where a potentially explosive atmosphere may be present.


The directive defines the responsibilities of manufacturers, importers and distributors in the context of the sale of equipment and protective systems for use in potentially explosive atmospheres.

  • All products on sale in the EU must bear the CE conformity marking to show that they meet all the essential safety requirements of EU legislation.
  • Before obtaining the CE marking, the manufacturer must conduct a safety and conformity assessment and establish technical documentation for products.
  • Importers must check that manufacturers have carried out conformity assessments correctly. Where this is not the case, they must inform the safety monitoring authority.
  • All necessary documentation must be recorded and kept for 10 years.
  • Documentation and safety information must be written in a language easily understood by end -users.
  • Manufacturers and importers must indicate their postal address on their products.
  • Manufacturers may use electronic means to provide the safety monitoring authorities with the information that is necessary to demonstrate a product’s conformity.

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The regulation 1935/2004 established the inert principle of inertia (article 3): materials and articles, including active and intelligent materials and articles, shall be manufactured in compliance with good manufacturing practice so that, under normal or foreseeable conditions of use, they do not transfer their constituents to food in quantities which could :

  • Endanger human health
  • Bring about an unacceptable change in the composition of the food or bring about a deterioration in the organoleptic characteristics thereof.

Deltrian offers a wide range of filters certified for food processing industry.