Filtration Group has announced the launch of the FP Dual-Pak, a combination filter with particulate and airborne molecular contamination performance.
According to the firm’s director of sales, the Dual-Pak could have positive effects for restaurants and other hospitality applications with kitchens.
The filter was engineered to improve indoor air quality by filtering at a MERV 15 particulate performance level and while containing significant amounts of activated and impregnated carbon to remove nuisance odors and gaseous pollutants.
The firm says that introducing the FP Dual-Pak to any commercial HVAC filtration system will benefit the overall indoor air quality of a building as well as the health of its occupants.
Al Longton, director of sales, said: “The FP Dual-Pak has embedded chemistries to target VOCs, Diesel Exhaust, Aldehydes and Ketones, as well as Acid Gas.
“These capabilities have practical benefits for restaurants and other hospitality applications with kitchens to remove the cooking smell,.
Michael Bruce, director of product management, added: “The FP Dual-Pak performs a broad spectrum of filtration with a much lower pressure drop when compared to separate MERV 15 and gas-phase filters.
“This reduces Total Cost of Ownership for applications that need this level of filtration, while becoming affordable to applications that don’t need it, but could benefit from it.
“The mix of energy savings and air quality improvement aligns well with our overall mission of making the world safer, healthier and more productive.”