CamCarb PM

A customizable metal molecular panel filter filled with Camfil activated alumina or activated carbon. Typically installed in supply, recirculation, and exhaust air systems in commercial, industrial, and process applications with temperatures up to 80ºC for the removal of odorous and irritant gases.

  • Suitable for high temperature applications above 60ºC
  • Custom lengths, widths, and depths
  • Stainless steel, galvanized steel, powder coated metal construction
  • Vibrated fill technique to prevent media settlement
  • Predicted removal efficiency and lifetime by Camfil's proprietary software
  • Typical target gases: ozone, nitrogen dioxide, sulfur dioxide, beta-myrcene, hydrocarbons, VOCs
  • ICON6 Molecular
  • ICON37 ISO10121
Item Type Width (mm) Height (mm) Depth (mm) Airflow (m3/h) Pressure drop Initial (Pa)
CCPM-250/250/25 250 250 25 60 30
CCPM-300/300/25 300 300 25 90 30
CCPM-500/300/25 500 300 25 150 30
CCPM-600/300/25 600 300 25 180 30
CCPM-400/400/25 400 400 25 160 30
CCPM-450/450/25 450 450 25 200 30
CCPM-500/400/25 500 400 25 200 30
CCPM-500/500/25 500 500 25 250 30
CCPM-550/550/25 550 550 25 300 30
CCPM-600/400/25 600 400 25 240 30
CCPM-600/500/25 600 500 25 300 30
CCPM-600/600/25 600 600 25 360 30
CCPM-250/250/50 250 250 50 125 165
CCPM-300/300/50 300 300 50 180 165
CCPM-600/300/50 600 300 50 360 165
CCPM-400/400/50 400 400 50 320 165
CCPM-450/450/50 450 450 50 405 165
CCPM-500/300/50 500 300 50 300 165
CCPM-500/400/50 500 400 50 400 165
CCPM-500/500/50 500 500 50 500 165
CCPM-550/550/50 550 550 50 605 165
CCPM-600/400/50 600 400 50 480 165
CCPM-600/500/50 600 500 50 600 165
CCPM-600/600/50 600 600 50 720 165

Specifications

Application
Adsorption of odours and gases in air conditioning applications
Filter Frame
Stainless steel, Galvanised steel
Media
Activated Carbon, Impregnated Activated Carbon, Activated Alumina
Max temperature (°C)
-21 to 80ºC
Relative Humidity
90%
Installation options
Front and side access housings and frames are available

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