Did you know that some viruses can be airborne? In poorly ventilated areas viruses can often remain airborne for between 3 and 16 hours by using airborne particulates as a vehicle. To reduce the risk of airborne viruses it is important that the air is changed and cleaned in your facility. Often these air changes can be achieved through your ventilation system, but when increased air changes and lower particulate concentration is needed, plug and play air purifiers are often recommended to help protect the people in your building from airborne viruses
HEPA filtration has been designed to capture the smallest particulates from the air. For viruses to travel or remain airborne it needs a vehicle in the form of particulate matter. By capturing these particles in the airstream a HEPA filter can ensure that the air is cleaned and protected.
HEPA filters are certified and tested to ensure efficiency in the airstream. With certified HEPA filters you can capture 99.995% (H14) of the airborne contaminants (Viruses, Allergens (pollen etc) and Particulate Matter)
To best evaluate your clean air technology needs the first step is to evaluate the performance of the technology at removing and capturing the contaminants in the air stream.
Find an air cleaner to suit your business. All Camfil air cleaners are equipped with EN1822:2019 certified HEPA filters to ensure product performance