Camfil Farr Introduces Quick-Change Filter

Originally published: 09.25.12 by


A new universal filter frame allows for quicker filter changes without clips and fasteners — or finger injuries, according to Camfil Farr, the manufacturer who introduced FastFrame as the latest addition to a family of the company’s filter housings.

The FastFrame uses new compression tab technology. Final filter and prefilter compression tabs facilitate a clear snap-in-place seal for the final filter and a secure hold for the prefilter. The compression tabs are easily replaceable should the air quality requirements of the application change. 

Centering dimples, an integral part of the frame, help with quick alignment of the final or prefilter. Pre-drilled frame-to-frame installation holes allow filter banks up to six filters high by any number of filters wide to be built-up quickly and securely.

It is constructed of 16-gauge all-welded galvanized steel for long-term corrosion protection. The design allows for convenient, simple filter replacement while preserving the integrity of the filter seal.  A ¾” sealing flange with premium replaceable gasket prevents air bypass between the frame and the filter header. The gasket’s overlapping seal guards against air bypass at the frame’s corners. 

FastFrame accommodates a wide variety of ASHRAE grade final filters, prefilters, and combinations. It is available in sizes to meet the airflow sizing requirements of every application, including 24” X 24”, 12” X 24”, 20” X 24” and 20” X 20”.

For more information: www.camfilfarr.us

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