Quality air filters are more sustainable

Reducing the power consumption of HVAC systems with energy efficient filters like Camfil’s that also improve IAQ – is a practical way to mitigate climate change and combat the health threats of indoor air pollution.FM

The savings are true and tangible if customers make the right decisions and are willing to pay for the best available air cleaning solutions.

The threshold may be slightly higher in terms of filter prices, but the benefits are far greater because quality filters last longer, clean better, save more energy and do not have to be changed as often.

This adds up to a lower total cost of ownership (TCO). The economic benefits, measured in terms of energy savings and cost reductions, surpass the initial purchasing cost for higher quality products.

We have our own unique R&D resources, such as our state-of-the-art Technology Centre in Sweden, plus tech centres in other world regions. One primary focus of our research is the overall life cycle performance of our products: how we deliver air quality of maximum benefit while minimizing our environmental impact. Continue reading

Improve indoor air quality and reap quick wins for energy savings – Whitepaper

We have published an informative White Paper highlighting the opportunities that arise from choosing effective air filtration systems within non-domestic buildings. To find out how the indoor air quality within your organisation can be improved  whilst delivering significant energy savings, download the White Paper here.

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Many multi-site organisations and Estates Departments at larger organisations are committed to developing and implementing energy plans, involving strategy and policy on energy and sustainability. One of the main aims of these plans is to strive to balance the key principles, those of sustainability, financial viability, environmental enhancement and social responsibility.

We can demonstrate through a number of high profile installations, how air filters directly influence energy consumption within air handling units that heat, cool and clean the air of approximately 200,000 air conditioned buildings in the UK.

The White Paper, called ‘Quick wins for energy savings in buildings: Choosing low energy air filters for both optimised energy performance and indoor air quality’ addresses the challenge that all industry sectors are facing when it comes to the energy efficiency of their building stock.

The Federation of European Heating, Ventilating and Air-Conditioning Associations have estimated that within the EU alone there is a potential annual saving of 5TWh available by switching to Low Energy Air Filters. This would equate up to £500 million energy saving in the UK.

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Camfil Low Energy Air Filters at Energy Solutions Expo London

Camfil Farr will be at the Energy Solutions Expo at London Olympia on 10th /11th October.

The Camfil Farr team will be on hand to demonstrate to Property & Estates Managers, FM’s and Energy Assessors about the substantial energy saving opportunities (25-50%) that can be made by replacing existing filter assets with low energy air filters. Providing clean air demands energy. Clean Air also saves lives and money. We need air filters, but we also need to ensure they are sustainable and energy efficient. Come and visit us on stand G71

We will demonstrate how our award winning low energy air filters can help make significant energy savings in buildings.

Watch the brief Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) movie, the Camfil Farr team informally demonstrated via live interactive lab stations;

  • Why high-quality air filters are required for good protection against outdoor pollutants
  • How we can save money by reducing energy consumption
  • Removal of damaging ozone gasses
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