Removing Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) from the air

Removing Nitrogen Dioxide

Created Thursday, 28 October 2021

Nitrogen dioxide is a common molecular contaminant that is emitted into our atmosphere from a number of different sources including combustion engines. Listen as Dr. Chris Ecob talks about nitrogen dioxide and how molecular filtration solutions are key to helping to protect the people in your building.

Removing Nitrogen Dioxide

Nitrogen dioxide is a common airborne contaminant that can affect our health and removing this from the airstream is crucial. Learn how molecular filtration can help.

Case Study

Hong Kong Tunnel Case

According to the UN Environmental Program, 92 percent of people in the Asia-Pacific region are exposed to high levels of air pollution that pose a significant risk to health. Camfil’s molecular air filters hold great potential apart from purifying the air from hazardous gases and odours. A specific activated carbon can be selected to target odours, irritants, and toxic gases, such as volatile organic compounds (VOC), nitrogen dioxide, and ozone. Learn more about how we worked with our client to help remove NO2 from a large road tunnel in Hong Kong.