CamPulse CamBrane

The CamBrane HemiPleat is a cartridge membrane filter and an EPA air filter with non-discharging and hydrophbic properties that offer best-in-class salt and water protection for gas turbines. It offers the lowest pressure drop and helps reduce CO2 emissions per MWh. It is suitable for installations where safety/reliability is important, including corrosive/humid/wet conditions.

  • Self-cleaning cartridge filter with long filter life and low and stable pressure drop
  • Improved pulsability due to HemiPleat open-pleat media technology
  • Good pulsability with depth-loading and multi-layer media technology
  • High availability and highest reliability
  • Best fuel efficiency leads to lower CO2 emissions per MWh
  • E12 grade limits degradation such as fouling and corrosion
  • Suitable for harsh environments
  • ICON5 Low Pressure Drop
  • ICON9 en1822
  • ICON15 LCC optimized
  • ICON17 2in1
Item Type Filter Class EN1822 Diameter 1 (mm) Diameter 2 (mm) Length 1, Cylindrical (mm) Length 2, Cylindrical (mm) Airflow (m3/h) Pressure drop Initial (Pa)
CyCy E12 324 445 660 660 2500 180
CoCy E12 660 445 660 324 2500 285

Specifications

Application
Humid or dry heavy dust load areas, coastal and fine hydrocarbon environments
Pre- or final filter for gas turbines, large industrial air compressores, diesel & gas engines, generators & enclosures
Media
Membrane
Max temperature (°C)
70ºC
Pleat
HemiPleat
Gasket
Polyurethane, endless foamed, EPDM
Comment
End caps: Available in Galvanized steel (Standard), Power coated, Stainless steel AISI304, Stainless steel AISI 316
Construction with outercage and innercage also available as Cylindrical/Conical.

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