CitySorb

A compact V-Bank filter with a molecular media to remove gaseous contaminants in air handling units. It can be used in existing installations to remove low concentrations of most external and internal pollutants.

  • Compact filter with molecular media.
  • Removal of gaseous contaminants
  • Ideal for filtering moderate concentrations of most external and internal source pollutants
  • Can be used to upgrade existing installations
  • Classified according to ISO 10121-3
  • ICON6 Molecular
  • ICON37 ISO10121
Item Type ISO 10121 Ozone ISO 10121 NO₂ ISO 10121 SO₂ ISO 10121 Toluene Width (mm) Height (mm) Depth (mm) Airflow (m3/h) Pressure drop Initial (Pa)
CitySorb 242012-01PU MD 65 vLD 60 vLD 30 MD 75 592 490 300 2800 80
CitySorb 241212-01PU MD 65 vLD 60 vLD 30 MD 75 592 287 300 1500 80
CitySorb 242412-01PU MD 65 vLD 60 vLD 30 MD 75 592 592 300 3400 80

Specifications

Application
Adsorption of odours and gases in air conditioning applications.
Filter Frame
Plastic moulded
Media
Activated Carbon
Max temperature (°C)
40º C
Relative Humidity
70%
Recommended final pressure drop
2x Initial pressure drop
Separator
Hot-melt
Gasket
One piece PU gasket (01 in the standard version)
Sealant
Polyurethane
Dimension standard
Filter front dimensions according EN 15805
Installation options
Front and side access housings and frames are available.

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