Camfil adds new generation of CamClose product

By Jack Burke05 October 2021

Designed for most turbomachinery and gas turbine applications

Camfil Power Systems has released its new generation CamClose product, a panel air filter designed to extend the service life of the final filter.

Adding the CamClose pre-filter in front of a final filter further improves overall filtration efficiency, the company said.

The CamClose water handling properties, a user-friendly design and robust construction. These features make it an excellent pre-filter for most turbomachinery and gas turbine applications, the company said. It is especially suitable for humid conditions such as tropical and coastal installations.

The CamClose is Camfil’s new generation pleated panel air filter designed to extend the service life of gas turbine final filters. By adding the CamClose pre-filter, overall filtration efficiency is further improved, the company said.

“The new features of the CamClose pre-filter will simplify the installation process, improve filtration performance, and offer excellent protection in wet environments,” said Gautam Marwaha, product manager.

According to Camfil, new features in the CamClose product include:

Patented built-in pressure drop port helps to accurately monitor filter pressure drop across each filter stage separately, enabling the operator to better plan for filter replacement.

Strong built-in plastic clips allow for an easy close-coupling to the final filter, without any additional hardware.

High burst strength > 6250 Pa (25” w.g.) and robust frame maintains filter integrity in challenging environments

Lowest pressure drop in the G4 panel filter class

Optimal and proper sealing gives best-in-class water and contaminant handling, as well as a low and stable pressure drop

Advanced media offers low pressure drop, long life and good water handling

Non-charged, high mechanical efficiency ensures gas turbine filters maintain their efficiency class in high velocity applications.

The new generation includes three efficiency classes and have been tested to the latest industry standards per EN779:2012 and ISO 16890: 2016.

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