As part of the treatment and cooling of air for sensitive industrial processes, Frigosystem has designed special equipment equipped with activated carbon filtering.
It is the most reliable high efficiency molecular filter for long-term control of molecular pollutants. They can also be used in odor removal applications in paper mills and wastewater treatment plants.
Specifically, Frigosystem creates specific combinations to be applied to the extrusion of the film, in order to decontaminate it from critical odors often absorbed by the surrounding environment.
Various sizes are available for modular and flexible assembly with variable absorption capacity according to the substances to be treated.
The batteries are already equipped with air connections for connection to the fans.
Absorption classes on activated carbon bed.
One way to give an idea of the mass of pollutant that an activated carbon can adsorb is to divide the compounds into 4 classes with decreasing ease of absorption.
A = Substances with high absorption capacity by activated carbon (20-50%) *;
B = Substances with good absorption capacity by activated carbon (10-25%) *;
C = Substances with little absorption capacity by activated carbon (<15%) *;
D = NON-adsorbable substances by activated carbon.
* The percentages are not an index of absolute efficiency, but in relative weight, that is the quantity of contaminant that the filter can retain concerning the weight of the medium quality activated carbon present in the filter.
Absorption Capacity Classes Table
Substance List Capacity
High-Class A (20-50%)
Amyl acetate, Butyl acetate, Cellosolve acetate, Ethyl acetate, Isopropyl acetate, Methylcellosolve acetate, Propyl acetate, Vinegar, Acetophenone, Acrylic acid, Butyric acid, Caprillic acid, Carbolic acid, Lactic acid, Propionic acid, Uric acid, Valerianic acid, Ethyl acrylate, Methyl acrylate, Acrylonitrile, Adhesives, Benzyl alcohol, Amyl alcohol, Butyl alcohol, Ethyl alcohol, Isopropyl alcohol, Propyl alcohol, Atric aldehyde, Amyl acetate, Acetic anhydride, Acetic anhydride Aniline, Antiseptics, Argon, Food flavors, Asphalt-fumes, Benzaldehyde, Benzene, Petrol, Benzol, Carbon disulfide, Bromine, Bromoform, Butanol, Butylcellosolve, Caproaldehyde, Camphor, Deteriorated paper, Tar, Cellosolve, Quinoline, Cyclohexane, Cyclohexane, Cyclohexane, Cyclohexane , Cyclohexanone, Cyclohexene, Chlorobenzene, Chlorobenzol, Chlorobutadiene, Chloroform, Chloronitropropane, Chloropicrin, Butyl chloride, Methylene chloride, Propylene chloride, Liquid fuels, Compounds Ti sulphides, Creosols o / m / p, Crotonaldehyde, Decane, Detergents, Dibromoethane, Dichlorobenzene, Dichlorobenzol, Dichlorodifluoromethane, Dichloroethane, Dichloroethylene, Dichloromethane, Dichloromonofluoromethane, Dichloronitroethane, Dicloriloropropanoethane, Dicloropropanoethane. Heptane, Heptene, Amyl ether, Butyl ether, Dichloroethyl ether, Isopropyl ether, Propyl ether, Elibenzol, Ethyl acetate, Ethyl acrylate, Ethylbenzene, Ethylene, Ethylformate, Ethyl silicate, Phenol, Fertilizers, Freon 11, Freon 12, Freon 12, Freon 12, Freon 12, Freon 12, Cigarette fumes, Paint fumes, Furfurol, Iodioform, Kerosene, Lysol, Lubricants-fats-oils, Menthol, Mercaptans, Methyl acetate, Methyl acrylate, Methylcellosolve, Methylcyclohexane, Methylcyclohexanol, Methylcyclohexanone, Methylchloroform, Methyl, methyl, Methyl methyl, Methyl methyl. Monochlorobenzene, Monofluorotrichloromethane, Styrene monomer, Naphtha, Naphtali na, Nicotine, Nitrobenzene, Nitrobenzol, Nitroethane, Nitroglycerin, Nitromethane, Nitropropane, Nitrotoluene, Nonane, Body odours, Combustion odours, Cooking odours, Sewage odours, Liquor odours, Odors of hospitals, Fish odours, Odors of putrefaction, Methyl oxide, Mesityl oxide, Octane, Ozone, Palmitic, Paradichlorobenzene, Pentanone, Perchlorethylene, Pesticides, Pyridine, Propyl acetate, Propylchloride, Propylmercaptan, Putrescine, Resins, Ethyl sulphide, Styrene, Styrene, Tetrabromoethane, Tetrachlorethane, Tetrachlorethane Carbon tetrachloride, Thiophene, Toluene, Toluidine, Turpentine, Trichloroethane, Trichlorethylene, Trichlorethylene, Urea, Valeric, Vapors of paint, Valeraldehyde, Xylene, Xylolo
Class B Good (10-25%)
Acetone, Methyl acetate, Acetic acid, Hydrogen cyanide, Formic acid, Hydrochloric acid, Methyl alcohol - methanol, Propionic aldehyde, Sulfuric anhydride, Arsenic, Ethyl bromide, Methyl bromide, Butadiene, Butyraldehyde, Carbon disulfite, chlorine, ethyl chloride, methyl chloride, vinyl chloride, dichlorodifluoromethane, dichlorotetrafluoroethane, diethylamine, dimethylsulphate, hexane, hexylene, ethanol, ether, ethyl ether, methyl ether, ethyl ether, methylhextran methane, Phosgene, Freon, Furan, Ethylene glycol, Rubber, Hydrogen sulphide, Isoprene, Isopropanol, Mercaptonezene, Methylbromide, Methylchloride, Methylmercaptan, Monofluorotrichloromethane, Slaughter odors, Pentane, Pentene, Lead, Pyridine, Pyrrol, Propionaldehyde, Sulfide sulphate, Dimikol sulfide vinyl chloride
Class C Little (<15%)
Aldehyde and derivatives (5/15%):
Acetaldehyde, Acrolein, Aldehyde valeric, Formaldehyde;
Acid gases (5/15%): Hydrogen bromide, Hydrochloric acid, Hydrofluoric acid, Nitric acid, Sulfuric acid, Carbon dioxide, Sulfur dioxide, Arsine, Nitrogen dioxide, Sulfur dioxide, Ethidium bromide, Bromopropane, Butane, Butene , Phosphine, Sulphurous gases, Iodine, Carbon oxide, Ethylene oxide, Propane, Propene, Propylbromide, Hydrogen selenide, Hydrogen sulphide, Sulfur;
Ammonia and derivatives (5/15%): Nitrile vinegar, Amines, Ammonia, Diethylamine (ammonia and derivatives), Dimethylamine (ammonia and derivatives), Ethylamine;
Iodine (5/15%); Mercury (5/15%) Acetylene, carbonic acid, sulfur dioxide, ethane, ethylene, hydrogen, methane, methylbutylketone, carbon monoxide, carbon, sulfur trioxide.
Class D Absent