Is work making your employees sick? Create safe, comfortable and healthy office environments so that people can get their jobs done – and breathe easier.
Airborne contaminants can affect the short-term or long-term health of building occupants. With high-quality, energy-efficient air filters and air purifiers, you can improve the health of people and your HVAC systems and reduce building maintenance and cleaning costs.
High-efficiency filters and air purifiers from Camfil effectively combat the problems caused by small particles and odours. They’re also the most energy-efficient on the market, helping owners to green their buildings by cutting the power consumption of their air handling systems and reducing their carbon footprint.
Many offices have poor air circulation these days, with windows that can’t even be opened in an attempt to be more energy-efficient. Some offices and commercial premises have outdated ventilation systems that simply move unclean air from one part of the office to another. When outdoor air does enter the ventilation system, pollution from smoke, dust and pollen will deposit on fans, batteries and ducts. Also, clogged commercial air filters that haven’t been replaced trap both indoor and outdoor air pollutants.
In fact, the quality of the indoor air can be much worse than the outdoor air quality.
Studies show that good indoor air quality has a positive effect on people’s productivity. They’re more alert. They show better cognitive performance thanks to improved oxygen flow. And they can even gain better general health. This translates into fewer sick days and improved well-being.
Maximise meeting effectiveness and energy by providing a clean environment free of bacteria, viruses and bad odours while minimising maintenance and energy costs.
Protect people, processes, products and equipment while keeping maintenance and energy costs low by keeping air handling units unclogged.
High-quality indoor air at the workplace can increase employee health, happiness, well-being and attendance by minimising the spread of disease, allergens and viruses.
Commercial kitchens are highly ventilated to remove smoke, grease and stream. Exhaust filtration is used to minimise the risk of duct fires and remove odour nuisance.
Server rooms may be exposed to high corrosion levels from particulate or molecular gaseous contamination. PCBs, contacts and conductors are most susceptible to damage. Camfil air cleaners ensure high protection levels at low energy costs.
Rigorous testing of a product during its development phase is ultimately about being able to guarantee a certain level of performance. This is, of course, also true for high quality air filters like Camfil’s. And the way these products are tested has always been changing and evolving.
What are some of the challenges moving forward to achieve healthy and energy-efficient indoor air environments? And what are some of the new air filtration solutions that could potentially become a reality in the years to come?
The air in our buildings is often 2-5 times more polluted, and in some cases, even a hundred times more polluted than the air outside. So, where do the pollutants in the indoor air come from and how do we mitigate their impact?
The City family of air purifiers is an excellent choice when you are looking for a solution that will deliver consistent performance and a high level of efficiency throughout its lifetime. A premium way of supplementing the air filters in your ventilation system to achieve clean and healthy indoor air.
Why is ventilation so important, how does it work and what factors ensure a healthy and productive indoor air environment in our buildings?
How do you best protect yourself from air pollution in a city environment? Is it safe to open a window to let the breeze in to cool your premises on a warm day? What about pollutants already present in your indoor air?
A recent United Nations study shows that many countries lack the necessary laws and regulations to combat air pollution. There are also significant differences in how countries monitor and measure air quality and present their data.
When trying to find ways to boost the productivity of employees, there is one factor that most companies overlook: the quality of their indoor air. Studies show that providing clean air at work can have a significant effect on people’s productivity.
Malaysian Telecommunications Centre Install Basic-Flo to Provide Better Indoor Air Quality and Keep Malyasians Connected
Not all people who purchase our products are experts in air filtration and they shouldn’t have to be either. The purpose of Camfil City is to give everyone a chance to learn the basics of what our clean air solutions can do for them.
In cold winter months, our energy and heat needs increase as the temperature drops outside. The sudden temperature change can lead to a sharp increase in pollution levels in the outdoor air. In addition, the cold itself means that we spend even more time indoors, which brings us closer to each other. Many don't understand how it affects us and our indoor environment.
With the increase in indoor air pollution in India and its association with an increased number in morbidity and mortality, measures include accessing the exposure levels of the indoor air pollutants and using the right air filtration solutions.
Camfil air purifiers are the ideal solution to improve air quality, protect against the spread of airborne contaminants and reduce VOCs. Read an independent report on how Camfil air purifiers performed in real location tests
French retail giant chooses Camfil solutions to provide a healthy high-quality indoor air free of viruses such as Sars-Cov-2 to their employees.
Indian Oil Corporation Training Institute IiPM is using custom range of Camfil products to combat the poor indoor air quality
Protecting employees from harmful pathogens and creating an ambient workplace environment using air purifiers
Due to extreme pollution, the PM 1 & PM2.5 levels in the capital city of India are reaching an alarming stage. Even inside the office PM2.5 levels were 5 times the safe levels recommended by WHO. With various challenges due to leased premise and building ventilation, Camfil helped this client achieve optimal air quality with air cleaners & purifiers.
In a scientific debate, WHO has acknowledged that in the case of COVID-19, airborne transmission could not be ruled out in crowded, closed or poorly ventilated settings. Scientists across the world are looking for more evidence as it may affect many guidelines in the crowded indoor environment.
Air quality in your office is important to protecting the health of your employees. Poor air quality can lead to an increased transmission of viruses between employees which can lead to lower productivity and increased sick days in your office
Combating the virus in the air. Maintaining a good level of hygiene and covering the mouth with a mask are good ways to stay protected but is this enough? Maintaining a hygienic and sanitary environment along with protection from those infected are vital as the virus thrives in contaminated conditions.
A Facilities Managers Guide choosing low energy air filters offers advice on quick wins to save energy in buildings by choosing the right air filters for the job.
Case Study: Clean Air For Cofely United Kingdom. Cofely, a GDF Suez company, is one of the leading experts in energy, technology and facilities management services with business outsourcing. Camfil provides City air purifiers to improve IAQ.
The reason understanding SBS is important is a majority of adults spend a minimum of eight hours a day inside an office or work building, and most are indoor for about 90 percent of the time they are awake.
City M, equipped with particulate and molecular filters, delivers a healthier indoor environment by removing dust, contaminants and harmful particles in department stores, offices, schools, hospitals and homes.
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.