Camfil series of patented air cleaners and air purifiers have the most efficient HEPA filter. They act as a complement to your existing ventilation system and provide reduced energy costs, more efficient production and a healthier working environment with less dust and fewer harmful particles.
Your ventilation system needs help. Efficient filtering of outdoor air is not enough when the air is polluted indoors. And it will be. Of chemicals. Of decor. Of people. Camfil air cleaners for industrial and process applications - and air purifiers for office and domestic applications - are equipped with the most efficient Absolute™ HEPA filter. The product range for indoor air excellence have been developed to suit all applications and are available in a variety of sizes. It is an investment in reduced energy costs, no more odors, and a healthier working environment with less dust and fewer harmful particles. In other words, reduced absence due to illness and more efficient production.
When considering risk mitigation as it relates to air filtration, put the systems and air filters in place that have a higher likelihood of capturing both droplets and aerosols that exist outside the social distancing zones before the contaminants make contact with healthy people.Commercial and Public buildings Air cleaners and air purifiers Air quality Life science and healthcare Virus Contamination Control
Every business depends on its surrounding environment and understanding the needs truly depends on identifying the problems. The CDC has only recently added airborne transmission as one of the methods that COVID-19 can spread. It is important to highlight the potential risks surrounding the business such as air pollution.Commercial and Public buildings Air cleaners and air purifiers Food and beverage Air quality Life science and healthcare Virus Contamination Control
Researchers see a connection between poor air quality and the high number of infected people, which has now been linked to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). According to EPHA, people in polluted cities are 84% more likely to be infected with the Coronavirus.
We have gathered the most frequently asked questions about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and filtration.
Similar to gyms and other recreational facilities, dance studios are reeling due to shut-down and COVID-19 restrictions. Concerns among owners, teachers, and students are growing as some indoor activities come into the risk zone. Patrons and teachers are adhering to strict restrictions imposed due to COVID-19.
COVID-19 lockdown and restrictions have changed the customer outlook for the spa and beauty salon market, and it is one of the most negatively hit businesses. Air is the most crucial aspect of being indoors and being susceptible to harmful pathogens in a closed environment calls for reflecting actions.
It is common that meat processing factories are susceptible to the spread of airborne viruses and microbes. Temperature and humidity requirements along with the production processes lend to the survival of airborne microbes and viruses.
Air Filtration and Mitigating Virus Risks
Two striking facts perfectly illustrate why we need to place air quality at the top of the environmental and human health agenda. First, the quality of the air we breathe has a significant impact on our health and wellbeing; globally, air pollution is the leading environmental cause of shortened life, contributing to the equivalent of 5% of all deaths worldwide. Second, each of us inhales more than 25 million particles with every breath we take; the more contaminants we ingest, the greater the chance of sickness and ill-health.
Clean air plays an imperative role in the life science, healthcare and pharmaceutical process chain. Many studies have inferred that in moderate levels of air pollution the damage to human health is irreversible. In the life science industry where biological life or living organisms are at play, it is vital to maintain utmost hygiene along with superior indoor air quality. Camfil’s high-efficiency air filtration solutions are used by many global life sciences industry specialists in cleanrooms, production areas, and laboratories, including many global biosafety labs around the world.
During winter, the air we breathe feels fresh and clean thanks to the cold. What many don’t understand however is temperature is not the only difference. Our hands feel drier, static charge builds up easily, our exposed mucous membranes dry out. What’s happening, and is there anything we can do to counteract it?
For a safe school operation, healthy and virus-free air in the classroom is needed to avoid infections and diseases. Viruses, such as COVID-19, can spread through the air in the form of aerosols. Depending on factors including ventilation rates and particulate levels, these viruses can remain airborne for several hours. Indoor environments can experience a higher concentration of aerosols (high viral load), which can increase the risk of infection.
The food and beverage industry is affected by unique air quality challenges that can risk the health and safety of workers, production equipment along with a potential for contamination. How high-efficiency air filters can provide an effective and affordable solution.
It’s no surprise that air pollution has also been associated with lung cancer. What is shocking, however, is that bad air can also increase the risk of mortality from other types of sarcoma, including breast, liver, and pancreatic cancer.
Going to a gym is supposed to keep you healthy – but the air in gyms can be filled with indoor air pollutants and pose a threat to visitors and employees.
For some of us, spring is not just a wonderful time of the year. With spring comes a runny nose, sneezing, sniffling, red eyes, itching and fatigue - and many people struggle with getting proper sleep.
As temperatures plummet and winter weather starts to bite, heating systems are being used. Well insulated, airtight modern houses are highly efficient at retaining this warmth, but they also keep in less welcome things such as fumes from central heating systems, wood burners and open fires.
We want to enjoy the spring and nature is undoubtedly good for us overall. We love our pets and like our house to be fresh! In-home air cleaners are a great solution.
Case Study: DB Schenker Cleans Distrubution Centre Air. No matter where they are in the world, Camfil’s customers rely on us to protect their employees’ health by improving indoor air quality. Listen to how a world-leading logistics company worked together with Camfil to solve issues within their distribution centre in Norway.
Case Study: A Breath Of Fresh Air For The Logistics Sector. Two large warehouses of are used for interim storage of components. With stock moved on a daily basis, the stored components soon gather dust. The availability of staff and maintaining their health is top priority.
Case Study: Air Cleaner Solves Health & Dust Issue. The DB Schenker logistics centre in Önnestad, Sweden now successfully deploys Camﬁl CamCleaner 6000s for ﬁltering and purifying air in hall areas. Commissioning the CamCleaners did not require major structural alterations.
It's important for us to understand how the air we breathe can affect our long-term health. That's especially true when it comes to office air quality, since most adults spend at least eight hours in these enclosed areas.
Although there are engineering standards that recommend levels of air filtration for airplanes, there is no federal requirement for airplanes to install air filters. Cabins may not be filtered or cleaned in any way.
Two important international initiatives are set to impact on filtration in the home and at work to protect occupants from poor indoor air quality (IAQ). Whether small or large, the end product of our air filters is clean air.