CamCleaner™ Air Purifiers – View our Case Studies

CamCleaner is a range of patented air purifiers with the most efficient HEPA filters on the market. They are designed to work as a supplement to your existing ventilation system and give you reduced energy costs, more efficient production and a healthier work environment with less dust and fewer harmful particles. By clicking on the following links,  you can find the latest case study examples of the CamCleaner products in situ:

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Improving the air quality in a Central London Office Building with Camfil’s low energy air filters

Our low energy air filters were recently used to improve indoor air quality, reduce waste, energy consumption and CO 2 emissions for an office building in Central London, which delivered savings of over £35,000.

Improving the air quality in a Central London Office Building with Camfil’s low energy air filters

In December 2012 FM providers Norland Managed Services approached us at Camfil with a remit to reduce energy cost across the HVAC process within a 600,000sq ft. central London office building. The building is home to one world‘s largest financial institutions, serving individual consumers, small and middle market businesses and large corporations with a full range of banking services.

Improving the air quality in a Central London Office Building with Camfil’s low energy air filters

Initially we carried out a Life Cycle Cost report which highlighted the potential savings by utilising compliant Low Energy Air Filters within the Air Handling Units (AHU’s). This proved extremely successful, demonstrating both energy savings and reductions in operational costs from improved air filter efficiency and reliability.

Once a trial was agreed and the AHU 4 was the chosen to be the air handling unit used for the trial, the Camfil team had to replace the existing filter bank consisting of prefilter panels and rigid secondary filters with a single stage Hi-Flo M7 Bag Filter compliant to the new EN779:2012 standard, these filters are manufactured at our facility in Haslingden Lancashire.

No modification to the framework was required and the trial was able to be carried out over a four month period with pressure and energy readings taken at specified times over this period.

We improved the air quality of this city centre location using our own low energy air filters which also reduced energy consumption and enhanced the filters’ service life. Continue reading

Protecting patient health and comfort during hospital rebuild

Camfil’s CamCleaner™ line of mobile, stationary and standalone air purifiers is used to supplement existing ventilation systems in industry, offices and homes.  The product is steadily finding other application areas, most recently at Mid-Western Regional Hospital in Limerick, Ireland, where CamCleaner solved an indoor air quality (IAQ) issue while the hospital was being rebuilt.

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When the refurbishment programme was carried out at Mid-Western, patients needed protection from the spores of the Aspergillus fungus.  These particles, which can be present during rebuilding projects of this type, become airborne in outside air and can seriously affect the immune systems of patients if inhaled.

 

To protect patients, Mid-Western had to seal off all windows in order to cut off all possible routes for spores to penetrate wards. However, this prevented fresh air from entering the unventilated wards and affected the indoor comfort of patients.

 

The CamCleaner solution – For rebuilding projects like this, the Health Service Executive (HSE) of Ireland usually recommended hospitals to install an air cleaner made by one of Camfil’s competitors.  This unit introduces cold outdoor air but causes drafts that require a high level of heating, increasing hospital operating costs.

 

Camfil Ireland approached Mid-Western and presented a better solution – a CamCleaner that introduced cold outdoor air but used a dual filtration arrangement that allowed simultaneous

recycling of warm room air for a heat exchange effect. The Cam-Cleaner could also clean the air more efficiently and reduce the particle count for added patient protection.

Winning the contract, Camfil Ireland’s site team installed a total of 30 CamCleaner 800s in two stages that provided patients with higher indoor air quality while protecting their sensitive health during the refurbishment project.

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Winning the contract, Camfil Ireland’s site team installed a total of 30 CamCleaner 800s in two stages that provided patients with higher indoor air quality while protecting their sensitive health during the refurbishment project.

Find out more about Camfil’s range of sustainable air filtration solutions –  www.camfil.co.uk  please email us here or give us a call on 01706 238000.