Odor Control (Carbon Filter) Air Purifiers
LakeAir has been providing Odor Control Air Purifiers for more than 50 years. Every Model we manufacture has some type of carbon filtration in it. In the last few years, we have greatly expanded our selection odor control air purification products.
Pure Odor and VOC Removal
The need to remove VOCs and Odor has never been as prevalent as today. We sell VOC mitigation air purifiers to dry cleaners, plating operations, paint stores to name a few. We sell heavy-duty odor removal air purifiers to restaurants, cannabis processors and food processing facilities. Your business doesn’t have to stick because your neighbor does.
LA2-RC2-Dual OC 1500 CFM
The LA2-RC2-Dual OC is designed to do 1 thing; remove odors and mitigate VOCs. It uses 2 powerful 1000 CFM blowers to pull smelly air through 2 Ultra 6 Odor Control Carbon Air Filters. Each filter weighs about 13 pounds. They have 6 separate chambers filled with irregularly shaped odor absorbing media. This design forces odors and VOCs to come into contact with more odor absorbent. The end result is odor gone.
LA2-RC2-Dual OC Specifications
- Capacity 1500 CFM
- Filter Media Virgin Coconut Shell Carbon *
- Unit Size 22” x 19” x 22”
- Shipping Size 26” x 26” x 30”
- Unit Weight 115 Pounds
- Shipping Weight 130 Pounds
- Power Usage 120 v, AC/60Hz 4.6 amp
- Sound Level 44-71 dB(A) @15’
- Particle Removal VOC Only
- Cabinet Finish Black or White steel Clad Vinyl
- Warranty 7 Year Limited
- * Custom Media Available
LA2-RC1 Dual OC 700 CFM
How Many CFM to Remove Odors and VOC?
Many studies have been performed to answer this question. The results are given in 2 ways. CFM per occupant and air changes per hour. These figures rise as the amount of indoor air pollution rises. For general occupancy, the amount is about 7.5 CFM per person or about 5 ACH. The study went as far as measuring a room with the average indoor pollution equaling 8 cigarettes per hour. At this extreme end, the study calls for 68 CFM per person or 13.6 ACH
VENTILATION REQUIREMENTS FOR CONTROL OF OCCUPANCY ODOR AND TOBACCO SMOKE ODOR: LABORATORY STUDIES: FINAL REPORT Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory University of California https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/1170559