Applicable Standards: The VPCU Series has been certified by ITS. This certification mark indicates that the product has been tested to and has met the minimum requirements of a widely recognized (consensus) U.S. and Canadian products safety standard, that the manufacturing site has been audited, and that the applicant has agreed to a program of periodic factory follow-up inspections to verify continued performance.
Models VPCU are ETL Listed under file number 3175852SAT-001 and complies with UL710, ULC710, ULC-S646 and ULC-S647 Standards.
Ventilation Direct certifies that KB models shown herein are ETL Listed under file numbers 3158877SAT-001 and comply with UL762 Standards and CSA Std C22.2, No. 113
Models VPCU are UL listed under project number 4787163176 and complies with UL1978, ULCS662 Standards.
The Pollution Control Unit, VPCU Series, is a mechanical filter arrangement for the removal of smoke and grease particulate from the exhaust air stream of kitchen exhaust system. The typical VPCU includes a washable steel pre-filter and disposable, high efficiency (MERV 14) media filter. An additional high efficiency (MERV 14) is available for smoke control and odor control is handled via an optional module. Suitable for indoor or outdoor installations.
The typical VPCU includes a washable steel pre-filter and disposable, high efficiency (MERV 15) media filter. An additional high efficiency (MERV 15) is available for smoke control and odor control is handled via an optional module (typically 50/50 blend carbon/permanganate). Sizes range in capacity up to 20,000 CFM. The VPCU is ETL listed and is suitable for indoor or outdoor installations.
The Pollution Control Unit (VPCU) with Advanced Filter Monitoring option offers and automated assessment of the unit to ensure proper operation.
The Advanced Filter Monitoring includes a module that provides the necessary precision pressure measurements for accurate monitoring of the complete system. Based on the measurements, the module will then initiate actions via the electric control package and give readings to the user. Direct access to the operating conditions are provided through the use of an HMI (human machine interface), which is conveniently located in the VPCU.