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Features HEPA Filter and Motor
Replaceable from Roomside

An eggcrate grille in an anodized aluminum frame is hinged to open, permitting removal of the filter and motor blower assembly without removing the unit from the ceiling.

Final filters are protected with a white epoxy diamond pattern grille and are tested according to accepted procedures as described by the Institute of Environmental Sciences (IEST) and/or ISO standards.

The SAM RSRM units feature a gel channel on the upstream side of the final filter which provides a leak-free seal between the filter and the housing.

The energy efficient N310 motor blower assembly is a low watt backward curved impeller, single phase, permanent split capacitor type motor with thermal overload protection.

RSRM units are equipped with a convenient roomside variable speed control with RFI suppression.

Ordering Information
Mfg. Code Model or Description Style Size Voltage
12322 SAM24 RSRM GS 2 x 4 115
12323 SAM24 RSRM GS 2 x 4 208-230
12324 SAM24 RSRM GS 2 x 4 277
12325 SAM22 RSRM GS 2 x 2 115
12326 SAM24 RSRM GS LI* 2 x 4 115

* Fluorescent lamp tubes not included.

Motor Data
Motor Voltage Hz Watts Running Amps Start-Up Amps
N310 115 60 185 1.6 4.1
N310 208-230 50/60 165 0.8-0.7(¹) 1.5(²)
N310 277 60 165 0.6 1.5
  1. Running amps will be less on 50Hz
  2. Line voltage can affect actual start-up amperage
Replacement Filters
Mfg. Code Description
302200 2 x 4 GS Style HEPA Filter, 99.99% eff. @ 0.3 micron
302203 2 x 4 GS Style ULPA Filter, 99.9995% eff. @ 0.12 micron
302201 2 x 2 GS Style HEPA Filter, 99.99% eff. @ 0.3 micron
302204 2 x 2 GS Style ULPA Filter, 99.9995% eff. @ 0.12 micron

Note: Consult with the factory for horizontal flow applications

HEPA Filter Data: HEPA Filters with upstream gel channel are designed for 90 FPM average face velocity @ initial 0.47 w.g. and has a rated efficiency of 99.99% @ 0.3 micron or larger. An access port with removable plug is located in the center of the filter element face for introducing an upstream challenge or measuring static pressure.

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