GE’s Whatman Grade 72 activated carbon air filter paper is designed for air pollution monitoring of radioactive iodine in medical and nuclear installations.
• High-quality composite cellulose/glass filter paper
• Loaded with activated carbon for radioactive iodine absorption
• Suitable for use in radioactive environments
Life Sciences from GE Healthcare offers a range of application-specific filters under the Whatman brand, including options for use in soil analysis and in the sugar industry.
Activated carbon air filter benefits
Air pollution monitoring of radioactive iodine in medical or nuclear installations is a critical safety requirement. Grade 72 cellulose filter papers are designed specifically for these environments, delivering sensitive and accurate results by absorbing any radioactive iodine in the air for analysis.