Chemisorptive filters for air handling systems
|Article||Dimensions (W x H x D)||Nominal volume flow
(m³ / h)
|Initial pressure drop
|Filter area (m²)||Content of permanganate substrate (kg)|
|CCF 1000-B-P 1/1||592 x 592 x 292||3400||140||11||11|
|CCF 1000-B-P 1/2||592 x 287 x 292||1700||140||5,5||5,5|
|CCF 1000-P-P 1/1||592 x 592 x 292||3400||95||8||8|
|CCF 1000-P-P 1/2||592 x 287 x 292||1700||95||4||4,0|
ApplicationsViledon ChemControl Filters of the CCF range provide an optimum solution for integrating chemisorptive filter media into conventional air handling systems. These filters can easily be integrated in air handling units to supply relatively large amounts of make-up air into protected areas such as data centers and microelectronic production facilities. Depending on the concentrations of contaminant gases, the ChemControl Filters can be used in styles with different amounts of chemisorptively active permanganates.
FeaturesThe chemisorptive components are mainly based on permanganate impregnated structures with basis weights of either 500 or 1,000 g per square meter.
The permanganate is highly reactive against acidic gases such as hydrogen sulfide and sulfur oxides, formaldehyde, mercaptanes and other inorganic contaminant gases. The chemisorptive principle of operation avoids any desorption as it is known with activated carbons which are working on physical adsorption principals.