- 100% activated carbon panel filters
- Minimum 60% CTC activity
- Superior adsorption performance
- Uniform airflow distribution ensures maximum removal efficiencies
- Museums & Historic Storage
- Schools and Universities
- Waste Water Treatment
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AAF Flanders High Mass Zero Dust (HMZD) bonded carbon panel filters resolve the problems associated with loose filled activated carbon filters. High Mass refers to a high density of activated carbon installed, and Zero Dust means that the filters will not release carbon dust into the air stream. The panels of this filter are fabricated from 100% virgin coconut shell activated carbon, with a minimum 60% CTC activity. Premium grade carbon is bonded together during a sintering process to form a rigid block and framed to provide clean air. HMZD panels are replaced right at the air handling unit with the same quality 100% virgin carbon as the initial installation. Loose filled tray systems are typically replaced with regenerated carbon, minimizing adsorption performance.
Contaminant removal is accomplished by physical adsorption, or from impregnated virgin carbon, where contaminant removal by chemical adsorption mechanisms is required.
HMZD panel filters provide superior adsorption performance because there is no settling within the carbon bed. Carbon granules are bonded together to provide a uniform density of sorbent media across the panel, eliminating air bypass and stratification zones for high efficiency and extended service life. The panel design creates uniform airflow distribution and uniform residence time, ensuring maximum removal efficiencies.
Uniform air velocity through the bed of this filter eliminates high velocity zones and bed fluidization, a major cause of continuous dusting in loose granular system designs. No after filters are therefore required when these panel filters are used. HMZD carbon panel filters are suitable for solving complex Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) problems within museums, schools, airports, semiconductor manufacturing plants, wastewater treatment facilities, and hospitals.
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