The AireFlow-CC combines the low resistance V-bank design of a rigid extended surface mini pleat filter with odour and vapour removing abilities of activated carbon to create a compact high performance molecular filter able to provide enhanced indoor air quality through combined particle and gas filtration.
AireFlow-CC extended surface mini-pleat carbon filters are designed for use in most commercial or industrial HVAC systems where effective removal of contaminating gases and odours is required.
Designed to withstand the rigors of turbulent airflow, an AireFlow-CC placed in a commercial HVAC air stream can remove many gaseous contaminants that cause poor indoor air quality. The adsorptive capacity of the activated carbon can effectively remove odours and vapours such as diesel and petro-chemical fumes, hydrocarbons and VOC’s (volatile organic compounds).
Typical applications for AireFlow-CC filters include industrial and food processing plants, hospitals, research facilities, airports, loading docks, office buildings and in any application where effective gaseous containment and odour control and high velocities are a requirement.
AireFlow-CC filters consist of eight activated carbon pleated filter media packs that are mounted into a plastic frame of V shaped panels, allowing efficient removal of particulates and odours with minimal airflow resistance. This V-bank design ensures a high media content with increased carbon adsorption filter capacity, extended overall lifetimes and a very low pressure drop.
The AireFlow-CC pleated media comprises a matrix of densely packed activated carbon media granules, bonded between the fibres of two non-woven synthetic layers of filtration media. The activated carbon media is made from premium grade virgin coconut shell granules with a minimum 60% CTC (carbon tetrachloride) activity level.
The AireFlow-CC filter has been designed to fit all commonly used filter frames and housings; header size is 25mm, and requires only 300mm depth for installation. Installation position, service side and direction of airflow can be in any direction.