Camfil Releases New CamGT Filter Line

By DJ Slater23 July 2020

Camfil Power Systems has released its latest CamGT product line, which features three new air inlet filter models – hydrophobic, low and stable pressure drop. These filters are designed to boost turbomachinery performance, especially in harsh environments, such as those with high humidity, salty air, heavy pollution and fine particulates.

The CamGT filters incorporate an improved open-face geometry and a aerodynamic grid that redirects departing air to reduce pressure drop. The filters also feature a drainage vane design, double-sealed construction to mitigate corrosion and fouling, vertical pleat with open hot melt and a single-piece front frame and supporting grid to handle high wet-burst pressures of more than 6000 Pa

The CamGT 4V-300 filter has a reduced initial pressure drop at 200 Pa. The CamGT 3V-440 has pressure drop performance for its depth range, initially at 155 Pa. The CamGT 3V-600, the company’s flagship filter, has a global installed base of more than 20,000 filters and has an initial pressure drop at 135 Pa.

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