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Barnebey Sutcliffe® cassette (BSC) filters are designed to fit a wide range of traditional cassette housings. All cassettes may be filled with any of our over 100 choices of granular activated carbons as your application warrants. The BSC is designed to deliver years of trouble- free service and can be refilled numerous times. The frame can handle airflows up to 2,000 cfm with minimal pressure drop.
BSC’s are typically used for indoor air purification applications in commercial HVAC systems for:
• Air purification for semiconductor production areas.
• Corrosion protection for valuable electronic equipment.
• Noxious fumes removal.
• Museums, depositories, historical archives, or other high-value storage facilities.
• Removing off-gassing from new carpet and other building materials.
Cells are constructed of incineratable/recyclable plastic, stainless steel, painted steel, or galvanized steel. The modules can be made in half size to be retrofitted into existing housings or customized for specific applications. Front and side access housings are also available. Each cassette has built-in tracks that enable quick and easy installation and removal of the cells.
The Barnebey Sutcliffe® division of Continental Carbon Group offers the widest available variety of adsorbents in the market for removal of any contaminant. With the help of our technical sales department, you can be assured the best performance available for your application.
Barnebey Sutcliffe® offers unparalleled support for your spent adsorbers through our field and waste management services, including spent carbon recycling or incineration. We can uniquely assist you from media selection to the removal of expended filters. We offer on-site filter exchange as well as shipment to our off-site service centers where your filters will be emptied, filled, and shipped to you quickly.
Activated carbon preferentially removes oxygen from air. In closed or partially closed containers and vessels, oxygen depletion may reach hazardous levels. If workers are to enter a vessel containing carbon, appropriate sampling and work procedures for potentially low oxygen spaces should be followed, including all applicable Federal and State requirements.
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