TOGA® Clean System Filters

High-efficiency chemical filters are modified and installed into various types of equipment to remove toxic gases and foul odors generated in the laboratory.

The Best Filter for Removing Toxic Gases

Activated carbon is commonly used in chemical filters due to its ability to capture toxic gases and foul odors through physical adsorption. However, in laboratory environments, the efficacy of activated carbon is often limited. This is because the pores in activated carbon are small and low-volume, which can make it difficult for the carbon to capture all of the contaminants present. As a result, alternative filtration methods are often necessary to ensure optimal air quality in laboratory settings.

TOGA® filters are designed to remove toxic gases with significantly higher efficiency than traditional activated carbon filters. This is achieved through the use of Triple Action Technology™, a laboratory-optimized filtration process that combines physical adsorption, chemical reactions, and neutralization reactions. By leveraging these three filtration methods, TOGA® filters can effectively eliminate virtually all toxic gases and foul odors present in laboratory environments.

TOGA® Filter Types

Choose between a three main types of TOGA® depending on your application. Customized filters are also available to handle specific applications, boost removal efficiency and increase filter life.

A type

VOCs, alcohols, hydrocarbons or foul odors

B type

Organic Compounds, ozone or NH3

C type

NOx, SOx, acids or bases

Standard type

Complex filters made of types A, B and C for general laboratory use

Special type

Customized filter solutions designed for unique chemical applications

The Importance of Filter Management and Replacement

  • Using expired filters puts researchers at risk of toxic gas exposure
  • Periodic replacement of filters guarantees that the filter is always working at high efficiency and is keeping you safe
  • Proper management and prevention systems ensure researcher safety
  • Frequent exposure to toxic gases can damage equipment, leading to expensive replacements
  • Proper management of toxic gas purification systems can reduce costs
  • Active laboratory air quality management provides researchers with a more pleasant work environment