Whatever your needs, there is an Absolute filter for you.

What are you looking for in an air filter?

Of course, each and every filter offers first-rate quality and top performance. Is price most important? Or is it essential that the filter can handle a high airflow? Or that it has a specific structure or design? Maybe you’re looking for a filter that has a low pressure drop, so that it “consumes” less energy?

From a sustainability point of view, all Absolute filters are an excellent choice. They have all been developed to be energy efficient and to last for a long time. And when it is finally time to change the filter, it is fully recyclable (it can be either crushed or burnt). Absolute filters are available with wood, plastic or metal frames.

Absolute filters

Absolute C “One of the first Absolute”

  • For airflows up to 2100 m3/h
  • Best in class in terms of cost efficiency
  • For your basic needs
  • Flexible sizing options
  • Wooden frame
  • Controlled Media Space (CMS) – for optimal airflow and best media exposure
  • Seamless gasket eliminates the risk for air bypass
  • Dowel construction, assembled without any screws
  • Incinerable

Absolute filtersAbsolute DG

“The green scannable standard”

The Camfil Absolute D-G provides high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filtration for critical application processes. Its critical media mass, is more than twice that of standard HEPA filters, which ensures low resistance to airflow for optimal energy savings     throughout the life of the filter and increased air changes for air-starved applications.

 

Absolute VGAbsolute VG

“Ultimate performances”

The Camfil Absolute VG provides high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filtration for critical application processes. Its critical media mass, is more than twice that of standard HEPA filters, which ensures low resistance to airflow for optimal energy savings throughout the life of the filter and increased air changes for air-starved applications. Continue reading

The Solution to Pollutants

The Camfil Group is a world leader in the development and production of air filters and clean air solutions. We manufacture and supply products that satisfy all the demands at airports to control particulate and molecular pollutants. These products also satisfy the recommendations of EN13779.

The European standard EN 13779:2007 focuses on achieving a comfortable and healthy indoor environment in all seasons with acceptable installation and running costs. It is now a national standard in all countries. It specifies the required filter performance in a system to achieve good Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) taking into consideration the outdoor air.

The Solution to PollutantsVarious solutions are available depending on the extent of the pollution problem. Molecular filtration may be applied in either the fresh air make-up or recirculation air systems.

Solutions for makeup air are preferred since the principal sources of pollutant are external. These tend to be more heavy duty and reflect the high pollutant concentrations and one-pass operation. Solutions for recirculation applications reflect lower ambient concentrations and multi-pass operation. Continue reading

Camfil Case Study published in Government’s Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) Guide

The Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) has published the Government Response to the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) consultation with guidance for potential scheme participants.  The guide includes a Case Study on the successful implementation of ISO 5001 by Camfil UK.

ESOSDownload the document here.

DECC has published the Government Response to the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) consultation and laid regulations in Parliament to give legal effect to the scheme, and published guidance for potential scheme participants.

A copy of the Government Response and DECC Guidance can be found at: www.gov.uk/government/consultations/energy-savings-opportunity-scheme.

ESOS is an energy assessment scheme that is mandatory for organisations in the UK that meet the qualification criteria. The Environment Agency is the UK scheme administrator.  Organisations that qualify for ESOS must carry out ESOS assessments every 4 years. These assessments are audits of the energy used by their buildings, industrial processes and transport to identify cost-effective energy saving measures. Continue reading