CamCarb VG

A compact, refillable, corrosion resistant V-cell molecular filter filled with Camfil activated alumina or activated carbon. They are ideal for corrosion control applications versatile gas phase air filter installed in supply, recirculation, and exhaust air systems in commercial, industrial, and process applications. Their design provides the best total cost of ownership for the removal of corrosive, odorous, and irritant gases.

  • V-cell molecular filter filled with any Camfil carbon or CamPure media
  • Integrated PET mesh allowing for smaller media and low dusting
  • Predicted removal efficiency and lifetime by Camfil's proprietary software
  • UL 900
  • Easily retrofitted in existing hardware or dedicated Camfil hardware
  • Suitable for commercial and industrial applications
  • ICON6 Molecular
  • ICON37 ISO10121


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