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DOE-STD-3022-98
Airfow Resistance­An index of the energy required to maintain airflow through a filter.
Airflow resistance is measured in terms of the air pressure difference (pressure drop)
across a filter at a specified flow rate (e.g., see Section 5.2.2, Table 1 of DOE Standard
DOE-STD-3020-97). Note: The initial airflow resistance of a new filter serves as an
index of the filter' potential loading capacity.
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Approved Test Aerosol­Particle-generating materials approved by DOE for test
activities at a DOE HEPA Filter Test Facility (FTF). Test aerosols currently approved by
the DOE for tests conducted in a DOE FTF are di-octyl phthalate (DOP), also known as
DEHP, and di-octyl sebacate (DOS), also known as DEHS.
Filter Test Facility (FTF)­A facility accepted by the DOE specifically to conduct quality
assurance tests of HEPA filters.
High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) Filter­A throwaway, extended-media, dry type
filter with a rigid casing enclosing the full depth of the pleats. The filter shall exhibit a
minimum efficiency of 99.97% when tested at an aerosol diameter of 0.3 micrometers
aerodynamic diameter. The maximum airflow resistance shall be as specified in
Section 5.2, Table 1 of DOE Standard DOE-STD-3020-97.
Nuclear Facility­Nuclear facility means reactor and nonreactor nuclear facilities. This
definition is taken from 10 CFR 830- Nuclear Safety Management, section 830.3,
Definitions. "Nonreactor nuclear facility" as well as "reactor" are defined in detail in this
section of the Code of Federal Regulations.
Penetration­The downstream test aerosol concentration, expressed as a percentage
of the upstream test aerosol concentration.
Preparing Activity­The DOE organization responsible for issuance and interpretation
of this standard.
4.0
GENERAL PROVISIONS
This standard is applicable to all HEPA filters defined as performance Type B filters in
the Institute of Environmental Sciences publication "HEPA and ULPA Filters,"IES-RP-
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