A compact V-Bank air filter with particulate and molecular media to remove solid and gaseous contaminants in one filter stage. It can be used in existing installations to remove medium concentrations of most external and internal pollutants with ePM1 70% efficiency according to ISO16890.
|Item Type||ISO 16890||ISO 10121 Ozone||ISO 10121 NO₂||ISO 10121 SO₂||ISO 10121 Toluene||Filter Class EN779||Width (mm)||Height (mm)||Depth (mm)||Airflow (m3/h)||Pressure drop Initial (Pa)|
|CIZP-7I 0592/0592/0292||ePM1 70%||HD 80||LD 70||MD 50||MD 80||F7||592||592||292||3400||130|
|CIZP-7I 0592/0490/0292||ePM1 70%||HD 80||LD 70||MD 50||MD 80||F7||592||490||292||2800||130|
|CIZP-7I 0592/0287/0292||ePM1 70%||HD 80||LD 70||MD 50||MD 80||F7||592||287||292||1500||130|
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