. Available in four sizes to fit most ducts; adapts to airflow from either side.
. Capacity varies from 1200 cfm (2040 m3/hr) to2000 cfm (3400 m3/hr), depending on size.
. Solid state power supply is self-regulating and maintains peak efficiency during a wide range of cell dirt loading conditions.
. Pressure drop is approximately equal to that of a regular fiberglass filter.
. Optional W8600F Air Cleaner Monitor indicates air cleaner performance, reminds homeowner when a cell and prefilter wash is due, and when to check the system.
. Optional wireless W8600A AIRWATCHT LCD indicator provides reminder when air cleaner electronic cells need washing, as well as reminder when UV lamps need replacing and when humidifier pad needs replacing.
. Galvanized cabinet protects against rust.
. Neon light next to on-off switch tells if air cleaner is powered and if high voltage is present.
. Prefilter screens protect cells from large dirt particles.
The F300E Electronic Air Cleaner is mounted in the return air duct of a forced air heating, cooling, or ventilating system. It captures a significant amount of the airborne particles 0.3 microns and larger from the air circulated through it.
Electronic Air Cleaner: Includes cabinet, access door, solid state power supply, two electronic cells and two prefilters.
Voltage and Frequency: 120V, 60 Hz. Can be converted in
the field to 240V, 60 Hz or 220/240V, 50 Hz with the 203365A Conversion Kit.
Power Consumption: 36W maximum.
Current Draw: See .pdf file above
Ionizer Voltage: 8150 Vdc.
Collector Voltage: 4075 Vdc.
Capacity, Efficiency, Pressure Drop: For capacity, pressure drop and ASHRAE dust spot efficiencies. (see .pdf above)
70% efficient on 0.3 micron particles at 500 fpm.
90% efficient on 1.0 micron particles at 500 fpm.
99% efficient on 10.0 micron particles at 500 fpm.
Operating Ambient: 40° to 125°F (4° to 52°C).
Temperature of Airflow Through Cells: 40° to 125°F (4° to 52°C).
Maximum Cell Washing Temperature: 220°F (140°C).
Mounts in the return air duct of a forced air heating, cooling, or ventilating system. Mount upstream from the atomizing humidifier. See the Planning the Installation section.