CC 6000 ProSafe

  • Approved for food product contact according to EC 1935:2004
  • Prevents microbial contamination according to ISO 846
  • Sturdy, moisture- and corrosion resistant for a hygienic HVAC system according to VDI 6022
  • Tested resistance to chemicals used for cleaning and decontamination processes in clean rooms
  • Free of harmful chemical components such as Formaldehyde, Phtalates and Bisphenol-A
  • Flexible solution
  • Plug and play installation
  • ICON7
  • ICON9 en1822
  • ICON20 prosafe
Item Type Width (mm) Height (mm) Depth (mm) Air Volume (m3/h)
CamCleaner 6000 ProSafe 230V, 1 phase 798 1968 820 6000


Air purifier for you in the Food & Beverage- and Life Science industry, air is one of the most important ingredients. That’s why effective recirculation by Camfil air Cleaners that reduce the levels of microorganisms in the air are vital. In addition, legislation and market demands are becoming increasingly tougher on hygiene in the food & beverage and life science industry
Voltage usage
Filter: F7,H14
Fan: EC fan with adjustable airflow and ModBus connection
Capacity: 0 - 6000 m³/h
Connection: 4 standard round (diameter 315mm) or 2 standard round (diameter 315mm) and 2 round (diameter 250mm) with sound reduction
Installation: Mobile or stationary, floor or wall mounting
Weight kg: 130,5 including filters

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