Neutrodine Unisorb Filters by Erlab

The Neutrodine Unisorb Filter is a comprehensive molecular filter that allows the simultaneous handling of solvents, acids, bases, ammonia and formaldehyde. Neutrodine Filters don’t simply filter the molecules, they transform them! Erlab scientists view filtration technology from a different perspective—it’s not just about the carbon.

Typical Neutrodine Unisorb Filter Configuration

Neutrodine Unisorb filters utilize multiple layers of technology to transform molecules, allowing the simultaneous adsorption of solvents, acids, and bases. Each filter is designed with a unique filter frame that prevents carbon shifting and channeling which significantly extends the lifetime of the filter providing a high retention capacity for an unprecedented level of safety and operating cost savings.


Typical Filter Configuration

For secondary level of safety to prevent release of pollutants into the laboratory

  • Ventilation Module

Maintains safe airflow while reducing energy consumption and noise output

Unique formulation allows for simultaneous capture of solvents, acids, and bases

  • HEPA Module (H14)

High efficiency particulate air filter for use with particulate-containing applications (optional)

  • LED Lighting Module 

Also holds the prefilter(s) 

Neutrodine Unisorb Carbon Filtration System installed in Protector Echo Fume Hood

Filter Installation Requirements: New & Replacement

Number of Filter Columns by Filtered Fume Hood Nominal Width

* 6' Floor-Mounted Filtered Fume Hood uses 3 filter columns.
** Filter media is the total number of filters required for operation per hood width.

In addition, for each filtration column, two filters are stacked: one main level plus one safety back-up level. Once breakthrough is detected in the main filter indicating saturation, the safety back-up filter may be moved to the main level and a new safety back-up filter installed.

This revolving filter system minimizes filter replacement requirements and optimizes main filter lifetime, thereby saving money and reducing environmental impact.

Tell us about the chemicals that will be used in your applications, and let us conduct a chemical assessment to verify that the Protector Echo Filtered Fume Hood is right for your process. 




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