CamCarb PM V

  • Reusable V cell housing
  • Exchangeable loose-filled panels
  • Cost optimized life cycle
  • High performance
  • Suitable for a wide range of air volumes
  • ICON6 Molecular
Item Type Width (mm) Height (mm) Depth (mm) Airflow (m3/h) Pressure drop Average (Pa)
CamCarb PM V-LGS048 610 610 292 2600 300
CamCarb PM V - LGS048 592 592 292 2600 180
CamCarb PM V - LGS048 287 592 292 1100 180

Specifications

Application
Adsorption of odours and gases in air conditioning applications.
Media
Activated Carbon, Impregnated Activated Carbon, Activated Alumina
Max temperature (°C)
Max 80°C
Relative Humidity
90%
Comment
Frame: Housing = Stainless steel, Panels = Galvanized steel
Gasket: 01 = downstream, 10 = upstream

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