Carbon Filter for Acids/Sulfer
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|For Use With||Paramount Ductless Enclosures|
- Note: For detailed information on fume extraction equipment, regulations, and standards, see grainger.com/quicktips. Under "Healthcare & Laboratory," select Quick Tip 145: "Fume Extraction: Engineering Controls for Reducing Employee Exposure."
- Enclosures can be mixed and matched with filter cells, work surfaces, and work stands to form a custom system for specific application requirements.
- Filter Cells
- Carbon-based filters adsorb organic, formaldehyde, acid gas, sulfur compounds, or ammonia chemical fumes and vapors. They can be combined to handle different types of chemicals during the same application. Placing a particulate-trapping HEPA filter after a carbon filter provides exhaust air suitable for cleanroom applications.