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Inline Pre-Filters for Odor Control Systems

  • Fiberglass Inline Grease Trap Filters. Pre Filters for Industrial Odor Control Blowers.  Packed with Mesh Pad Filters in Polypropylene, Stainless Steel, single and Two stage filter options.
  • Dampers Parallel Blade, Opposed Blade, Variable Inlet Vane, Butterfly Dampers available in Steel, Stainless Steel and Fiberglass
  • Ductwork Steel and Fiberglass Ductwork, Elbows, Tees, Wyes, Transitions and Special Flange Adaptors.
  • Flexible Duct Connectors. Expansion Joints..
  • Motor Controls AC Variable Speed Drives, Motor Disconnect Switches, and Motor Starters.
  • Custom Fabrication Custom fabricated steel skids, stacks, plenums, Flanges, Angle Rings, Isolation Bases, Inertia Bases, and Filter Boxes.
  • Silencers Standard and custom intake and discharge silencers.
  • Inlet Filters Galvanized Steel, Mild Steel,  Stainless Steel, and Fiberglass

·        Flanged inlet, Flanged outlet as per SMACNA PS1569

·         EPDM Gaskets for flanges.

·         FRP Shell Construction, 1/4” Nominal Thickness


·         ASTM Class I, E84 Flame Spread Rating.

·         Housings Sanded smooth with 10 to 15 Mils of exterior UV Resistant Gel Coat.

·         4 each, FRP support legs to attain to match blower inlet.

·         1 Ea, 2” FRP FPT coupling for drain at low point of housing.

·         Pre-Filters to be 2 each, 316 SS mesh, 2” Thick

·         Post-FilterS to be 2 each, Polypro meshpad, 4” Thickness.

·         Polypro grids.

·         Access Doors with EPDM Gasket W/ 316 SS HARDWARE.

·         2 each, 1” FRP pressure taps, furnished with pvc bushings, 316SS ball valves and 316ss tubing for differential pressure gage.

·         Dwyer 2000 Series Magnehelic Differential Pressure Gage Mounted w/ FRP bracket.

Fiberglass Mesh Pad Filter
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