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Poly-Sorb® Activated Carbon Pleated Filters

Description and Benefits


Poly-Sorb® Activated Carbon Pleated Filters are an excellent economical choice for molecular air filtration applications. Each filter utilizes a technologically advanced media that incorporates activated carbon combined with non-woven polyester to provide odor and particulate capture. The activated carbon filter targets applications where odor removal and moderate molecular filtration is desired.

These high-performance Poly-Sorb® Activated Carbon filters maintain the perfect balance of effectively and efficiently capturing and removing odors, pollutants and particulates using your HVAC system with excellent air flow.

The Poly-Sorb® Activated Carbon Pleated Filter utilizes a geometrically formed pleat pack. Each pleat pack is further strengthened with expanded metal backer. The pack is then sealed into a heavy-duty, moisture-resistant kraft board frame. The design and construction process combines to produce the best all around carbon performance.

The activated carbon used in the Poly-Sorb® is a coconut shell material with an activity level of 60% or more when tested with carbon tetrachloride. The pleated filter is made with synthetic media that is chemically enriched with 200 grams/sq. meter of activated carbon.


Applications

• Commercial Office Buildings
• Industrial facilities
• Government Facilities
• Educational Facilities
• Paint booth/finishing
• Hospitals
• General HVAC Filtration
• Food Processing

Technical Information:

  • Available in 1", 2", and 4" depths in a variety of standard sizes
  • Tested in accordance with ASHRAE Test Standard 52.2-2007
  • UL Standard 900 tested and approved 100% mechanical synthetic media
  • Temperature rated up to 160°F

Odor List

The substances in the chart below reflect an activity level rating of 4 which has high adsorptive capacity. The activity typically will run 20% or more of the activated carbon's media weight.

Methane Series
Heptane
100.20
Gasoline
Octane
114.23
Gasoline
Decane
142.28
Kerosene
Benzene Series
Benzene
78.11
Benzol, Paint Solvent & Remover
Xylene
106.16
Solvent
Other Substances
Naphthalene
128.16
Moth Balls
Phenol
94.11
Plastic Ingredient
Ethyl Alcohol
46.07
Grain Alcohol
Propyl Alcohol
60.09
Amyl Alcohol
88.15
Fusel Oil
Cresol
108.13
Ingredient of Creosote, Wood Preservative
Menthol
156.26
Crotonaldehyde
70.09
Solvent, Tear Gas
Butric Acid
88.10
Sweat, Body Odor
Valeric Acid
102.13
Sweat, Body Odor
Caprylic Acid
144.21
Animal Odors
Propyl Acetate
102.13
Lacquer Solvent
Butyl Acetate
116.16
Lacquer Solvent
Ethyl Acrylate
100.11
Apt to Pilymerize
Methyl Mercaptan
48.10
Garlic, Onion, Sewer
Ethyl Mercaptan
63.13
Garlic, Onion, Sewer
Propyl Mercaptan
76.15
Garlic, Onion, Sewer
Carbon Tetrachloride
153.84
Cleaning Fluid, Solvent
Pyridine
79.10
Burning Tobacco
Skatole
131.17
Excreta
Nicotine
162.23
Tobacco
Uric Acid
168.11
Urine
Bromine
159.83
May partially hydrolyze to HBr
Iodine
253.84
May partially hydrolyze to HI

In addition to the chart above, the following substances are also highly effective:

  • Adhesives
  • Asphalt Fumes
  • Diesel Fumes
  • Bathroom Smells
  • Cleaning Compounds
  • Hospital Odors
  • Household Smells
  • Jet Fuel Fumes
  • Kitchen Odors
  • Cooking Odors
  • Paint & Redecorating Odors
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