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

1 Euston Square, London – Air Quality Case Study

CamfilThis case study looks at the air quality being experienced on a daily basis in London by people working and travelling about london.

It looks at how a combination of a standalone CamCleaner City air purifier, effective air filtration and a well-sealed building envelope can deliver clean, healthy, Indoor Air Quality.

In general terms the main health hazard comes from exposure to traffic pollution. Fine combustion particles and gases in a toxic mix that can be inhaled by people and are classed as a Group1 (highest level) carcinogen by the World Health Organisation.

No: 1 Euston Square is close to Euston station which is good for business and transport links of all types. Unfortunately transport such as trains buses and taxis produce this air pollution.

There are other outside sources such as the much publicised recent southern UK air pollution incident involving desert dust and also volcanic events causing disruption to air transport because of airborne particles.

Clearly these fine particles can sometimes travel in concentrated plumes over long distances and stay airborne almost indefinitely.

This also applies to traffic air pollution particles and gases that can stay in the air and react producing chemical smog.

CamCleaner results

The results in graph 1 show the particulate air pollution level was measured at in the range 0.3 to 0.5 microns Dia. which is a particle size range that can easily make deep lung penetration and cause health problems.

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Air quality inquiry launched as pollution continues to cause worry

Last week the House of Commons select committee launched an inquiry into UK air quality examining the latest evidence on health impacts in light of the UK smogs and the published data in April on increased mortality from air pollution from Public Health England.Air pollution

The Environmental Audit Committee issues call for evidence on progress towards tackling air quality in the UK and has issued a call for evidence and written to the London Mayor, Boris Johnson, seeking information on the UK’s progress on recommendations outlined in a 2011 report published by the committee. The Environmental Audit Committee wants to assess Action on Air Quality since it warned about the urgency of the problem in reports during 2010 and 2011.

The new inquiry will aim to identify the state of progress on the recommendations from its 2011 report on Air Quality which focused on a need for action in six areas:

  • the priority and targets on air quality in Defra’s planning
  • strategy and inter-departmental co-ordination, including on transport and planning matters,
  • support for local authorities in tackling air pollution, and how any European Commission fines might fall on them,
  • the implications of local authorities’ enhanced responsibilities for public health,
  • Low Emissions Zones and vehicle emissions limits, and 
public awareness campaigns. Continue reading