Camfil will be launching what it calls the “latest innovation in molecular filtration products, and a game-changer in molecular contamination control”, with the CamCarb XG HVAC.
Services and facilities management companies targeting gas-phase contaminants in various applications such as odour, pollution or corrosion control will gain superior-in-class results with performance and protection.
The investment into R&D has led to the optimisation of the shape of the traditional cylinders, ultimately resulting in minimised pressure drop and maximised media utilisation.
R&D on this have been at Camfil’s multiple laboratories and ISO 10121 test facilities around the world, and have been focused on fluid dynamics and media adsorption.
“The CamCarb XG boasts a unique combination of high removal efficiency, low resistance to airflow and long lifetime, resulting in a very low total cost of ownership for our clients,” said Dr Guillaume Gallet, president of Camfil’s molecular contamination control business division.
“In addition, thanks to its ergonomic design, the time necessary for filter installation and replacement results in up to a 50 per cent reduction versus conventional products, making it a very attractive solution for users.
“The brand-new conical design reduces energy consumption by 35 per cent and assists end-users to cut down on their CO2 footprint and energy bills. This product is a game-changer and far ahead of anything currently available on the air filtration market.”
The adsorption media used in CamCarb XG can be anything from activated carbon or activated alumina materials, and has been developed and tested in Camfil laboratories.
“Our molecular contamination control business division commits to sustainability. This is evident in every step of the lifecycle of the product,” said Elaine Seet, product manager at Camfil Industrial Molecular Filtration for the APAC region.
“Camfil’s approach to problem-solving, innovative design, precise process control, and customer focus all contribute to product development that aims to conserve more, use less, and find better ways to protect people, processes and the environment.”