What Is Molecular Air Filtration?

Molecular air filtration refers to the process of removing gaseous, odorous, or otherwise molecular contaminants from the air using media that adsorb, absorb, or react/bond with the molecules. Rather than capturing particles, like typical air filters, molecular filtration targets airborne molecules through chemical or physical bonding (e.g., adsorption or absorption), often utilizing materials like activated carbon or specialized chemical media. This type of filtration is particularly useful in environments where clean, odor-free air is paramount or where harmful gaseous contaminants need to be controlled, such as laboratories or industrial settings, ensuring a safe and compliant atmosphere by addressing both particulate and molecular pollutants.


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