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Peracetic Acid (PAA)

Removing Peracetic Acid

Created Tuesday, 13 July 2021

PAA (Peracetic Acid) is used in a wide variety of industries as a disinfection agent to deal with moulds, spores and bacteria. However, Peracetic Acid is harmful to human health and can affect the human respiratory system. Listen to Dr. Fabrice Morvan as he talks through the uses of molecular filtration to help remove PAA from the air stream and protect the health of people within your building.

Peracetic acid removal

Peracetic Acid is used to help protect against bacteria and spores. It is often used as a decontamination agent but did you know that Peracetic Acid can have negative health impacts.

Removing PAA from Bottling facility

At Camfil, we work with many different types of facilities to help ensure clean air is being provided to help protect our customer's people, products, and processes. Read our case story of how we supported a large multinational beverage provider as they aimed at reducing Peracetic Acid within their facility to ensure all operators were protected from harmful airborne contaminants.