Camfil CamContain CS filter housings

Monday, 01 July, 2024 | Supplied by: Camfil Australia Pty Ltd

Camfil CamContain CS filter housings

Stringent safety measures are essential in situations where isolating toxic, radioactive or bacterial substances is necessary, such as in the pharmaceutical industry, biotechnical equipment usage, BSL-3/BSL-4 laboratories and nuclear power engineering.

The Camfil CamContain CS filter housings are designed to meet the highest safety standards. To ensure comprehensive documentation of air filtration, particularly in sensitive areas, the CamContain CS housing can come equipped with an integrated scanner. This allows for on-site testing of the HEPA filter’s efficiency and leakages, with results professionally documented. For applications requiring the filtration of dangerous microorganisms (BSL-3/BSL-4), the housing can be fitted with connections and devices for secure decontamination. Additionally, the maintenance bag replacement technology ensures added safety for operators.

Constructed from stainless steel, the housings are gas-tight welded, torsion-resistant and comply with the strictest sealing requirements, commonly seen in nuclear power plant engineering. The CamScan Mobile serves as a mobile analysis unit for automatically testing installed filters. Following the guidelines of standard DIN 1822, the integrated filter can be assessed for overall separation efficiency and potential leaks. The system’s integrated computer stores measurement values, facilitating seamless documentation.

For more information, contact your local Camfil representative or visit camfil.com.

Online: www.camfil.com.au
Phone: 03 9562 0011
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