CamCarb XG

A conical, corrosion resistant molecular filter filled with Camfil's activated alumina or activated carbon. They are the most versatile gas-phase air filter installed in supply, recirculation, and exhaust air systems in commercial, industrial, and process applications. The design provides the best total cost of ownership for the removal of corrosive, odorous, and irritant gases.

  • The conical shape provides the highest removal efficiency and lowest pressure drop
  • 30% lighter than metal cylinders
  • Ergonomic filter design for improved handling
  • Inherently leak-free design when installed in dedicated hardware
  • Corrosion resistant and low-dusting construction
  • Predicted removal efficiency and lifetime by Camfil's proprietary software
  • Typical target gases: hydrogen sulfide, VOCs, ozone, formaldehyde, nitrogen dioxide, and other acids and bases
  • ICON6 Molecular
  • ICON16 Large air volume
  • ICON14 IAQ_Facility
  • ICON4 IAQ_Museums
  • ICON37 ISO10121
Item Type Airflow (m3/h) Diameter 1 (mm) Length 1, Cylindrical (mm) Pressure drop Initial (Pa) Nominal weight (kg) Nominal weight (lbs) Optimum RH (%) Optimum temperature (°C) Optimum temperature (°F)
CamCarb XG 2600 SO2_H2S^³ 2500 146 452 85 3.5 7.8 40-90 10-60 50 -140
CamCarb XG 2600 Acids_H2S^³ 2500 146 452 85 3.5 7.8 40-90 10-60 50 -140
CamCarb XG 2600 VOC 2500 146 452 95 2.3 5.1 0-70 Max. 40 Max. 104
CamCarb XG 2600 H2S_Mercaptans 2500 146 452 95 2.4 5.3 40-90 10-60 50-140
CamCarb XG 2600 Acids 2500 146 452 95 2.7 6.0 40-90 10-60 50-140
CamCarb XG 2600 VOC_O3_Acid_H2S 2500 146 452 95 2.9 6.4 40-70 10-40 50-104
CamCarb XG 2600 VOC_O3_NO2_SO2 2500 146 452 85 2.3 5.1 0-70 Max. 40 Max. 104
CamCarb XG 2600 Bases 2500 146 452 95 2.7 6.0 40-90 10-60 50-140
CamCarb XG 3500 SO2_H2S^³ 3400 146 595 120 4.4 9.8 40-90 10-60 50-140
CamCarb XG 3500 Acids_H2S^³ 3400 146 595 120 4.4 9.8 40-90 10-60 50-140
CamCarb XG 3500 VOC 3400 146 595 125 2.9 6.4 0-70 Max. 40 Max. 104
CamCarb XG 3500 H2S_Mercaptans 3400 146 595 125 3.0 6.7 40-90 10-60 50-140
CamCarb XG 3500 Acids 3400 146 595 125 3.3 7.5 40-90 10-60 50-140
CamCarb XG 3500 VOC_O3_Acid_H2S 3400 146 595 125 3.7 8.2 40-70 10-40 50-104
CamCarb XG 3500 VOC_O3_NO2_SO2 3400 146 595 125 2.9 6.4 0-70 Max. 40 Max. 104
CamCarb XG 3500 Bases 3400 146 595 125 3.4 7.5 40-90 10-60 50-140

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Specifications

Application
The most reliable molecular filter for high efficiency and long-term control of molecular contaminants in sensitive buildings and process industries.
They may also be used in odour removal applications in pulp and paper mills and wastewater treatment plants, or lighter applications such as airports, cultural heritage buildings, and commercial offices.
Filter Frame
ABS
Media
Activated Carbon, Impregnated Activated Carbon, Impregnated Activated Alumina
Max temperature (°C)
80
Gasket
Outlet seal, molded TPE
Installation options
Front access mounting frames and side access housings are available. See related products below.
Comment
Universal mounting knobs to accommodate 1.5 or 2 mm mounting frames.
Sixteen (16) XG's are applied per 610 x 610mm (24" x 24") opening.
Can be filled with any loose-fill molecular media.

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