New Air Cleaner website to showcase our range of products

Here at Camfil UK we have launched a new Air Cleaner website to showcase our range of products for the domestic, commercial and industrial sectors.

www.air-cleaner.co.uk

The new site is dedicated to the CamCleaner which is a range of patented air cleaners with the most efficient HEPA filters on the market. They are designed to work as a supplement to existing ventilation systems or as a stand-alone air cleaner where no HVAC systems are in place. They deliver reduced energy costs, more efficient production and a healthier work environment with less dust and fewer harmful particles.

CamCleaners provide a number of health benefits and advantages including:

  • Healthier employees
  • Less cleaning
  • Lower energy costs
  • Reduced environmental impact
  • Clean products, fewer operational disruptions

The informative new portal will provide our subscribers with the freshest insights and unlimited access to exclusive content including; datasheets; thought leadership pieces; industry news articles; whitepapers and case studies.

Users can subscribe to the Air Cleaner site to receive updates via email here. Continue reading

International museum association recognizes Camfil

Camfil was recently presented with the Diplomat Award by the International Association of Museum Facility Administrators (IAMFA) for “significantly advancing IAMFA’s mission to make exceptional contributions to the state of design, construction, operation and  maintenance of cultural facilities around the globe”.
IMG_6015-1024x682
The award was given at the Annual IAMFA Conference, held this year in Scotland. It was presented to Dr Chris Ecob, Camfil’s Global Business Manager for Molecular Filtration, and signed by IAMFA board members from institutions in Washington D.C., Los Angeles, Melbourne, Edinburgh, London and Chicago.
The conference is IAMFA’s platform for exchanging ideas about the latest technologies for cultural facilities. Camfil has supported the IAMFA as long – term sponsors since 2008 and
a number of IAMFA members have referenced Camfil for providing meaningful savings and quality products that contribute to their energy reduction targets and sustainability agenda.

Continue reading

Clean Indoor Air for health and sustainability

In a recent article published by REHVA, the Federation of European Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Associations, Peter Dyment, the Building IAQ and HVAC energy consultant for Camfil discusses Clean Indoor Air for health and sustainability.

IAQ

REHVA, are dedicated to the improvement of health, comfort and energy efficiency in all buildings and communities.

IAQ Peter discusses how there is an overriding need for people to breathe clean healthy air in both residential and commercial buildings today. Many buildings may be located in polluted industrial city locations or maybe in relatively clean rural settings.

There is an increasing trend for many people to work from remote locations or from their place of residence.

Many designers and engineers advocate use of ventilation methods that utilise naturally occurring air currents in buildings. Broadly these design solutions can be grouped under the name of passive ventilation. The great attraction of these types of solution is that they have low levels of energy use but the main drawback is that they are usually unsuitable for use in locations with high levels of air pollution.

These are air filter units that combine High efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filtration to remove PM2.5 and NO2 as well other commonly experienced pollutants. These air purifiers or air cleaners if they remove just particles are used in residential situations or healthcare applications. Removing aspergillus spores to protect vulnerable children and pollen removal to prevent asthma attacks are two recent needs that have been met.

Using a standalone air purification unit that delivers clean air at point of need if often a quicker more effective IAQ solution than trying to get a large unmanageable centralised HVAC system to service a small area in a large building with air. It can also save energy if the main HVAC system can be stepped down.

You can read the full article here. Continue reading