Product Overview

  • Designed to accommodate both standard gel seal HEPA filters and carbon adsorber
  • Guaranteed to pass DOP and Freon in-place tests
  • Side access bag-in/bag-out port that allows contaminated filters and carbon adsorbers to be removed without direct contact

Typical Applications

  • Nuclear
  • Data Centres
  • Healthcare
  • Microelectronics
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Waste Water Treatment
Frame Material
  • Stainless Steel
Seismic Qualification
  • Standard
Filter Seal
  • Gel
Bag-In/Bag-Out
  • Yes
Integral Filter Sealing
  • Internal Adjustment
Leak Testing
  • ASME N510
Quality Assurance
  • ASME NQA-1

The BF-Series bag-in/bag-out housing is a side servicing filter housing that has been designed to meet the air filtration needs of industries and research facilities that handle dangerous or toxic biological, radiological or carcinogenic materials.

Manufactured under stringent quality assurance controls, BF-Series housings are subjected to thorough inspections and leak tightness tests before leaving the factory and are guaranteed to pass both DOP and Freon in-place tests.

BF-Series housing features a side access bag-in/bag-out port that allows filters or carbon adsorbers that have been contaminated in service to be removed from the housing without direct contact with service personnel.

Basic housings are available in 1H1W, 1H2W and 1H3W configurations, allowing up to three filters or adsorbers to be removed from a single access door. Each configuration may be provided with a separate slide-in pre-filter track behind the same door or with a separate access door. Pre-filters may be 2, 4 or 6 inches deep. Units may be joined in parallel or series to build systems with capacities ranging from 1,000 CFM to 30,000 CFM (based on 1,000 CFM per 24”x24” filter) or 1,000 CFM to 30,000 CFM (based upon a filter face velocity of 250 ft/min).

Many custom options are available, including static pressure taps, test ports, transitions, dampers, and in-place test sections that allow the operator to perform individual filter system efficiency tests without having to enter the system or otherwise disrupt its operation.

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