Emerson SST2000 Air Cleaner user manual

Installation of this unit must comply with local electric codes or other applicable codes.

CABINET AND CELLS MAY CONTAIN

SHARP EDGES.

Review and understand local codes prior to installation.

Use care when servicing unit or handling cells. Failure to do so could result in minor personal injury.

Do not use this apparatus in an explosive atmosphere.

Failure to do so could result in serious personal injury or death.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

DID YOU GET THE RIGHT SIZE

AIR CLEANER

Rules for Safe Installation and Operation ...

How the Air Cleaner Works ...

Construction of the Air Cleaner ...

Preinstallation ...

Installation ...

Wiring Instructions ...

Operation ...

Maintenance and Washing ...

Specifications ...

Basic SST Service Guide ...

Technical Repair Guide ...

Air Cleaner Retrofit (Upgrade) Kit Installation .... 13

Repair Parts ...

Wash Reminder ...

Model SST1000 is designed for heating or cooling blowers delivering 600 to 1200 cubic feet of air per minute

Model SST1400 is designed for heating or cooling blowers delivering 1000 to 1600 cfm.

Model SST1600 is designed for heating or cooling blowers delivering 1000 to 2000 cfm.

Model SST2000 is designed for heating or cooling blowers delivering 1600 to 2200 cfm.

See specifications on page 9.

BASIC TOOLS REQUIRED

Screwdriver

Rule or Tape Measure

W THE AIR CLEANER WORKS

Dirty Air In

Dirt particles flowing through the ducts (Figure 1) first enters the pre-filters (A) where large particles (hair, lint, etc.) are trapped. Smaller particles (smoke, dust, pollen, etc.) pass through these pre-filters and enter the ionizing section (B).

Here each tiny particle receives a positive electrical charge.

These charged particles then enter the collecting section

(C). This section consists of a series of aluminum plates which are alternately charged negative and positive.

Clean Air Out

The positive charge of the particles cause them to be repelled by the positive plates and attracted to the negative plates where they are collected . . . just as a magnet attracts iron filings.

Clean-filtered air re-enters the supply duct system.

Carbon (Charcoal) Filters

White Dust (Lint)

Odors are gas molecules, not particles. They cannot be