Chemical Filtration for Toxic Gases
Clean air without pollutants is very important not only for breathing but also for electronics and the working process itself. The air can be polluted by the toxic exhaust gases from automobiles, industrial plants and by many other sources. Toxic gases entering the working space can corrode electronics, causing irreparable harm and ultimately leading to complete failure. To purify the air from toxic gases Alfaintek Oy offers air purifiers with gas phase filtration.
Gas phase filtration is used for the removal of harmful and toxic gases from the air. This can be applied to the polluted air coming into your facility, carrying in outside pollution, and also for the contaminants which are released by the process inside the working space. Gas phase filtration improves indoor air quality and it may also protect equipment against harmful corrosion. Toxic gases can be removed both through adsorption and chemisorption.
Chemisorption is a very effective process of air purification. The chemisorption process creates a chemical reaction on the surface of the media; whereby the toxic gases can be converted into stable non-toxic and non-harmful salts which are bound with the media.
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Deep bed scrubber/Gas-phase filtration
Gas-phase filtration uses two main filtration processes.
Gas phase corrosion control
Gas phase filtration systems for corrosion control must be installed in industrial plants for air purification from fumes, vapors, and chemicals.
Axial compressor intake filter
Air contaminants affect the internal parts of the compressor and lead to corrosion.
Activated carbon/HEPA filters
Alfaintek activated carbon filters is composed of an activated carbon adsorber/scrubber, which is ideal for the trapping of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC), Volatile Organic Substances, dusts and vapors.
CO2 breather filter
Demineralized water in the tank is usually exposed to carbon dioxide (CO2) from the ambient air which enters the tank via tank breather.