|Item Type||ISO 16890||Filter Class EN779||Filter Class EN1822||Width (mm)||Height (mm)||Depth (mm)||Airflow (m3/h)||Pressure drop Initial (Pa)|
|Half size||ePM1 75%||F7||592||287||292||1700||135|
|Half size||ePM1 85%||F9||592||287||292||1700||170|
Upgrade GT filtration to cut carbon emissions per MWh producedEnergy and Power Systems
CamGT filters have been engineered to excel in extreme environments. They virtually eliminate fouling, corrosion and maintenance downtime, all at a lower and more stable pressure drop.Energy and Power Systems
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Case Study: Comparison Test indicates a potential of $937 000 USD savings over a six-year timeframe by upgrading to EPA.
Case Study: The units are exposed to harsh environmental conditions that lead to spikes in pressure drop (dP) and excessive engine degradation from fouling and corrosion. As a result, the customer was forced to schedule unwanted shutdowns for maintenance.
Case Study: Noise complaints from neighboring communities prompted the plants to evaluate a noise-reducing filtration system.
Case Study: Camfil Wins Dalkia Over Four Competitors. Dalkia designed 12 testing benches to compare four air filtration combinations on three sites in France with different operating environments. Four competitors were free to select their best combinations.
Case Study: Retrofit Solutions For Tata Power Ltd. Based on the site survey, Camfil proposed replacement of the pulse filter system with a three-stage static/barrier filter system, considering the local environment filled with refineries and a thermal power plant nearby.