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AmAir C
Disposable filters for economical, effective,
long-lasting odor control and particulate filtration.

The effectiveness of any odor control filter corresponds to the density (weight per square foot) of activated carbon contained in the product.  AmAir C filters are more effective than other odor control filters because they contain more carbon - up to 50 times more.  Greater carbon density solves your odor problems by removing odor concentrations and providing protection over a longer period of time.  The true test of a carbon filter is how long it will continue to remove objectionable odors.  AmAir C filters deliver fresh air longer.

No messy trays to refill or exchange. Simply install the filters as you would standard air filters and dispose of them when they are no longer effective.

 

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Easy to install and directly interchangeable with standard air filters.

Effective on wide variety of odors found in:
• Commercial buildings
• Shopping Centers
• Hospitals
• Restaurants
• Health Clubs
• Homes
• Schools
• Hotels/Motels

 

 

• Prefilter
The outer layer of media is made of polyester fibers for effective particulate collection. Removal of particulate extends the odor adsorbing life of the carbon granules by preventing the millions of tiny pores from becoming clogged with dirt. 

• Activated Carbon - Guide for Vapors, Gases and Fumes removed by Activated Carbon.
The second stage is a substrate impregnated with a high density of granular, 60% minimum activity-rated carbon. The unique carbon imbedding process bonds the granules to the fibers preventing carbon settling or spilling. On 1" filters the carbon granules are impregnated into the air leaving side of the first stage polyester media.

• Final Filter
The third stage is made of polyurethane foam that serves as both a final filter for particulate collection and a protective covering for the carbon pad to prevent the granules from being dislodged. To assure the entire amount of carbon stays on the substrate, the foam pad is folded up over the edges and bonded to the carbon pad, completely encasing it.

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Unique Three-Stage Panel Filter Construction
collects particulate and removes odors.

 

Totally Unitized Construction offers Superior Strength

Panel style filters are contained in a frame constructed of high wet strength, moisture resistant beverage board. Two mating die cut boxes are bonded together forming a double wall around the entire filter. The three stage media pad is bonded to the inside of the frame on all four edges to prevent leakage and increase rigidity. On 2" thick panel filters, an expanded metal plate is inserted to provide additional support. Each panel filter or pad is individually sealed in a poly bag to prevent adsorption of random odors prior to installation.

AmAir C panel filters are available with three levels of carbon loading to solve various degrees of odor problems. The higher the carbon density (weight of carbon per square foot of filter face area), the more gas molecules the filter can adsorb. This enables the filter to adsorb higher concentrations of odor and continue to provide freshened air over a longer period of time.

Performance Data Initial Resistance
(In. W.G.)
300FPM
Initial Resistance
(In. W.G.)
500FPM
Rated Average
Arrestance
@ 500 FPM
Recommended Final Resistance
(In. W.G.)
Carbon
Density
(Gms./Ft.2)
AmAir C-1 (1" depth) .18" .42" 60-65% 1.0" 100
AmAir C-2 ( 2" depth) .22" .51" 70-75% 1.2" 150
AmAir C-3 ( 2" depth) .31" .75" 75-80% 1.2" 300

 

Nominal Size Inches
(W x H x D)
Actual Size Inches
(W x H x D)
Rated Air Flow Capacity
(CFM)
AmAir C-1
12 x 24 x 1 11 7/16 x 23 7/16 x 7/8 1,000
16 x 20 x 1 15 7/16 x 19 7/16 x 7/8 1,100
16 x 25 x 1 15 7/16 x 24 7/16 x 7/8 1,400
20 x 20 x 1 19 7/16 x 19 7/16 x 7/8 1,400
20 x 25 x 1 19 7/16 x 24 7/16 x 7/8 1,750
24 x 24 x 1 23 7/16 x 23 7/16 x 7/8 2,000
AmAir C-2
12 x 24 x 2 11 7/16 x 23 7/16 x 1 1,000
16 x 20 x 2 15 7/16 x 19 7/16 x 1 1,100
16 x 25 x 2 15 7/16 x 24 7/16 x 1 1,400
18 x 24 x 2 17 7/16 x 23 7/16 x 1 1,500
20 x 20 x 2 19 7/16 x 19 7/16 x 1 1,400
20 x 24 x 2 19 7/16 x 23 7/16 x 1 1,650
20 x 25 x 2 19 7/16 x 24 7/16 x 1 1,750
24 x 24 x 2 23 7/16 x 23 7/16 x 1 2,000
AmAir C-3
12 x 24 x 2 11  7/16 x 23  7/16 x 1 1,000
16 x 20 x 2 15  7/16 x 19  7/16 x 1 1,100
16 x 25 x 2 15  7/16 x 24  7/16 x 1 1,400
18 x 24 x 2 17  7/16 x 23  7/16 x 1 1,500
20 x 20 x 2 19  7/16 x 19  7/16 x 1 1,400
20 x 24 x 2 19  7/16 x 23  7/16 x 1 1,650
20 x 25 x 2 19  7/16 x 24  7/16 x 1 1,750
24 x 24 x 2 23  7/16 x 23  7/16 x 1 2,000

 

Guide for Vapors, Gases and Fumes removed by Activated Carbon.

The numbers given represent typical or average conditions and might vary in specific instances. The values in the table have been assembled from many sources including laboratory tests and field experience.

The capacity index has the following meaning:

4. High capacity for all materials in this category. One pound takes up about 20% to 50% of its own weight average about 1/3 (33 1/3%). This category includes most of the odor causing substances.

3. Satisfactory capacity for all items in this category. These constitute good applications but the capacity is not as high as for category 4. Absorbs about 10% to 25% of its weight-average about 1/6 (16.7%).

2. Includes substances which are not highly adsorbed but which might be taken up sufficiently to give good service under the particular conditions of operation. These require individual checking.

1. Adsorption capacity is low for these materials. Activated carbon cannot be satisfactorily used to remove them under ordinary circumstances.

* Straight activated carbon does not have much capacity for some reactive gases, such as ammonia, formaldehyde, etc.  In some cases where the gas is chemically reactive, appropriate impregnated activated carbon can be recommended. Those odorants marked below with an asterisk fall into this category.

 

Substance

* Acetaldehyde
Acetic acid
Acetic anhydrite
Acetone
* Acetylene
* Acrolein
Acrylic acid
Aerylonitrile
Adhesives
Air-Wick
Alcoholic beverages
* Amines
* Ammonia
Amyl acetate
Amyl alcohol
Amyl ether
Animal odors
Anesthetics
Aniline
Antiseptics
Asphalt fumes
Automobile exhaust
Bathroom smells
Benzene
* Bleaching solutions
Body odors
Bromine
Burned flesh
Burned food
Burning fat
Butadiene
Butane
Butanone
Butyl acetate
Butyl alcohol
Butyl cellosolve
Butyl chloride
Butyl ether
* Butylene
* Butyne
* Butyraldehyde
Butyric acid
Camphor
Cancer odor
Caprylic acid
Carbolic acid
Carbon disulfide
* Carbon dioxide
Carbon monoxide
Carbon tetrachloride
Cellosolve
Cellosolve acetate
Charred materials
Cheese
* Chlorine
Chlorobenzene
Chlorobutadiene
Chloroform
Chloronitropropane
Chloropicrin
Cigarette smoke odor
Citrus and other fruits
Cleaning compounds
Coal smoke odor
Combustion odors
Cooking odors
* Corrosive gases
Creosote
Cresol
Crotonaldehyde
Cyclohexane
Cyclohexanol
Cyclohexanone
Cyclohexene
Dead animals
Decane
Decaying substances
Deodorants
Detergents
Dibromoethane
Dichlorobenzene
Dichlorodifluoromethane
Dichloroethane
Dichloroethylene
Dichloroethyl ether
Dichloromonoflourmethane
Dichloronitroethane
Dichloropropane
Dichlorotetrafluoroethane
Diesel fumes
* Diethylamine
Diethyl ketone
Dimethylaniline
Dimethylsulfide
Dioxane
Dipropyl ketone
Disinfectants
Embalming odors
Epoxy
Ethane
Ether
Ethyl acetate
Ethyl acrylate
Ethyl alcohol
* Ethyl amine
Ethyl benzene
Ethyl bromide
Ethyl chloride
Ethyl ether
Ethyl formate
Ethyl mercaptan
Ethyl silicate
* Ethylene
Ethylene chlorohydrin
Ethylene dichloride
Ethylene oxide
Essential oils
Eucalyptole
Exhaust fumes
Female odors
Fertilizer
Film Processing odors
Fish odors
Floral scents
Fluorotrichloromethane
Food aromas
* Formaldehyde
* Formic acid
Fuel gases
Fumes
Gangrene
Garlic
Gasoline
GLVES
Heptane
Heptylene
Hexane
* Hexylene
* Hexyne
Hospital odors
Household smells
Hydrogen
* Hydrogen bromide
* Hydrogen Chloride
* Hydrogen cyanide
* Hydrogen fluoride
* Hydrogen iodide
* Hydrogen selenide
* Hydrogen sufide
Incense
Indole
Industrial wastes
Ink odors
Iodine
Idoform
Irritants
Isophorone
* Isoprene
Isopropyl acetate
Isopropyl alcohol
Isopropyl ether
Kerosene
Kitchen odors
Lactic acid
Lingering odors
Liquid fuels
Liquor odors
Lubricating oils and greases
Lysol
Masking agents
Medicinal odors
Melons
Menthol
Mercaptans
Mesityl oxide
Methane
Methyl acetate
Methyl acrylate
Methyl alcohol
Methyl bromide
Methyl butyl ketone
Methyl cellosolve
Methyl cellosolve acetate
Methyl chloride
Methyl Chloroform
Methyl ether
Methyl ethyl ketone
Methyl formate
Methyl Iodine
Methyl isobutyl ketone
Methyl mercaptan
Methylcyclohexane
Methylcyclohexanol
Methylcyclohexanone
Methylene chloride
Mildew
Mixed odors
Mold
Monochlorobenzene
Moth balls
Naphtha (coal tar)
Naphtha (petroleum)
Naphthalene
Nicotine
* Nitric acid
Nitro benzenes
Nitroethane
* Nitrogen dioxide
Nitroglycerine
Nitromethane
Nitropropane
Nitrotoluene
Nonane
Noxious gases
Octalene
Octane
Odorants
Onions
Organic chemicals
Ozone
Packing house odors
Paint and Redecorating odors
Palmitic acid
Paper deteriorations
Paradichlorbenzene
Paste and glue
Pentane
Pentanone
* Pentylene
* Pentyne
Perchloroethylene
Perfumes, cosmetics
Perspirations
Persistent odors
Pet odors
Phenol
Phosgene
Pitch
Plastics
Poison gases
Pollen
Popcorn and candy
Poultry odors
Propane
* Propionaldehyde
Propionic acid
Propyl acetate
Propyl chloride
Propyl ether
Propyl Mercaptan
* Propylene
* Propyne
Putrefying substances
Putrescine
Pyridine
Radiation products
Rancid oils
Resins
Reodorants
Ripening fruits
Rubber
Sauerkraut
Sewer odors
Skatole
Slaughtering odors
Smog
Soaps
Smoke
Solvents
Sour milks
Spilled beverages
Spoiled food stuffs
Stale odors
Stoddard solvent
Stuffiness
Styrene monomer
* Sulfur dioxide
* Sulfur trioxide
Sulfuric acid
Tar
* Tarnishing gases
Tetracholoroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
Theatrical makeup odors
Tobacco smoke odor
Toilet odors
Toluene
Toluidine
Trichlorethylene
Trichloroethane
Turpentine
Urea
Uric acid
Valeric acid
Valericaldehyde
Varnish fumes
Vinegar
Vinyl chloride
Volatile materials
Waste products
Wood alcohol
Xylene

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