The Type 8 carbon cube has for many years been used to remove airborne noxious fumes and gases. Its origins date back to the First World War, when gas masks were first filled with activated carbon to remove chlorine gas. Today we produce a wide range of carbon filters to deal with a variety of air pollution scenarios.
There are many situations where carbon filtration is used to eliminate toxic or offensive odours, some of these are sewage works, hospitals, slaughterhouses, restaurant kitchens, airports, toilets, wash rooms, laboratories, and office blocks.
High grade carbon content
Robust modular construction
Carbon Unit or panel format
Metal Case option