Did you know there are more than 170 million registered chemicals in the world? The consequences of airborne molecules are strongly negative. We organised them into different categories. These categories can be described as odours, irritants harmful to human health, toxins that may cause fatalities, and finally molecules that damage or corrode materials. The 'can we remove it' campaign is designed to show how molecular filtration is used to help remove these contaminants from the air.
Learn how Peracetic Acid (PAA) can be removed from the air by using Molecular air filtration systems. These molecular filtration solutions capture the Peracetic acid molecules to ensure clean airRead more
How can we remove sulphur dioxide from the air we breathe? Learn about how molecular filtration systems are used to remove sulphur dioxide from the airRead more
How can you remove ozone from the air? Learn how molecular filtration solutions are used to reduce and remove ozone levels from the air we breatheRead more
Removing hydrogen sulphide from the air is important to protect people, products and the environment. Learn how molecular solutions can be used to remove hydrogen sulphide from the airRead more
Nitrogen Dioxide is a key contaminant in the air we breathe. Learn how Camfil molecular solutions are designed to remove nitrogen dioxide from the airstream to protect our healthRead more
How can you remove food odours that are produced in commercial or industrial food production facilities. Learn how molecular filtration will remove food odours from your exhaust air applicationsRead more