efficiency on sub-micron particles
both airborne participate
and gas-phase pollutants
flush with ceiling
on white enamel finish
MICROCON CD is a ceiling
mounted air filtration system that is specifically
designed for the removal of both airborne pollutants
and gaseous contaminants from indoor environments.
Placed in a standard 2' x 4' T-bar ceiling channel,
air is drawn through the center grille section,
prefiltered, and final filtered before being
exhausted through two carbon filter cells. Clean
of particulate and gaseous odors, is reintroduced
to the room. Air changes, filtration, dilution
and gas phase contaminant removal will provide
a healthier environment.
MICROCON® CD with HEPA filter removed to show optional UV
Ultraviolet (Ultra Violet)
Ultraviolet germicidal (UV) radiation
in the 254-nanometer
wavelength has proven effective
in killing most types of airborne
bacteria and viruses. Coupled
with a high efficiency filter
of the two UV lamps the germicidal
effectiveness is greatly enhanced.
The addition of the UV lamps
to the MICROCON® CD provides
for a "total
air quality solution" for
just about any indoor environment.
The MICROCON® CD is a three-stage progressive
filtration system. The first stage is a 1" thick
synthetic pre-filter designed to contain larger size
airborne particles thereby extending the life of
the final filter.
The secondary or
final filter is a hospital-grade, high-efficiency
pleated filter cell capable of removing virtually
100% of airborne particles in the sub-micron range.
Since removal of gas phase pollutants require a
different capture mechanism - carbon or charcoal,
a unique carbon composite cell is utilized as the
last stage which allows for higher adsorbent loading
at a lower pressure drop than comparable carbon
CD delivers up to 1000 cfm of filtered air at varying
speeds. For example, in a room that measures 20X20t,
with an eight-foot ceiling, over 18 air changes per
hour can be achieved or one air change every 3.5 minutes.
Exhaust louvers are
positioned to channel filtered exhaust air in four
different directions to provide for good air dispersion
and mixing within a room. Air quality improvement
will result by maximizing the air movement and
creating airflow patterns throughout the room.
The entire exhaust plenum interior is lined with
foam soundproofing material to further reduce sound