CitySorb DP

Available in headered or box style, this rigid deep pleat is designed to be a molecular only filter to remove medium concentrations of most external and internal pollutants.

  • Galvanized steel molecular headered filter
  • Ideal for filtering medium concentrations of most gases
  • Can be used to upgrade existing installations
  • Range of standard sizes
  • Rapid Adsorption Dynamics (RAD)
  • ICON5 Low Pressure Drop
  • ICON6 Molecular
  • ICON11 Compact Filter
  • ICON29 ozone 8
  • ICON14 IAQ_Facility
  • ICON1 commercial buildings


Improve indoor air quality (IAQ) by controlling offensive and nuisance odors being drawn into high-rise buildings, offices, shops, sporting arenas, concert halls, hotels, banks, and schools. The filters can be used for both make-up and air recirculation applications.
Filter Frame
Galvanized steel
Synthetic, Activated Carbon
Relative Humidity
30% - 70%
Recommended final pressure drop
Not a particulate filter. Molecular filter's initial pressure drop equals its final pressure drop.
Galvanized steel
Installation options
Front access frames are available. See related products below.
Maximum face velocity of 500 fpm.
Max temperature (°C)
Max Temperature (°F)

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