Particle and VOC Reduction

Authors

Robin Svedlind and Filip Sandberg

Facility

Camfil Laboratories – Tech Center

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Objective

To evaluate the particulate and molecular efficiency of the NV1050 in a test chamber using DEHS and an aromatic hydrocarbon.

Methodology

Test method: CADR

The aerosol and hydrocarbon were generated in the laskin nozzle and injected into a room until a pre-set concentration was achieved then the air cleaner was turned on. The results were then compared to the normal reduction of particles over time in the test chamber.

Summary of Results

The NV1050 reached a minimum efficiency with a 55% DEHS particle reduction on the low speed and a maximum efficiency with an 89% DEHS particle reduction on the high speed.

In the hydrocarbon declination test, the NV1050 removed 90% of the hydrocarbon within 6 minutes on high speed and 90% after 17 minutes on low speed.

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