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Camfil is a global leader in the air filtration industry with more than half a century of experience in developing and manufacturing sustainable clean air solutions that protect people, processes and the environment against harmful airborne particles, gases and emissions
These solutions are used globally to benefit human health, increase performance and reduce energy consumption in a wide range of air filtration applications.
Our 26 manufacturing plants, six R&D sites, local sales offices and 3,800 employees provide service and support to our customers around the world.
Camfil is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden. Group sales total more than SEK 6 billion per year.
Camfil UK manufactures panel filters and Bag filters that are used to protect your people and processes in standard ventilation systems to our HEPA filter range that are used in Clean Room environments to ensure your Clean Room meets stringent air quality requirements.
At Camfil UK we also have a full site service department that can assist you in a range of different services from Filter Installation and Removal, Air Handling Plant Assessments, Indoor Air Monitoring, Duct Cleaning, HEPA filter validation and Installation to a full range of Kitchen Extract Cleaning.
The International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) has published a landmark standard for the air filtration industry. ISO16890 defines testing procedures and a classification system for air filters used in general ventilation equipment. This new standard provides the first opportunity for global harmonisation as it proceeds to replace the two existing localised standards; ASHRAE 52.2 which is dominant in USA and EN779:2012 which is dominant in Europe. Both standards coexist in Asia and the Middle East.
Camfil APC is sponsoring this year's Digital Dust Safety Conference. Four days of combustible dust safety training, seminars and presentations. Our own Brian Richardson will present on Explosion Prevention & Protection Options for Dust Collection Systems.https://t.co/EYhIsuPmob pic.twitter.com/rgnPC2Jcfd— Camfil APC (@CamfilAPC) February 19, 2020
Yale and Johns Hopkins University are testing the air of microenvironments you encounter throughout the day by deploying small wearable sensors. The data from the study will see how people's personal choices affect indoor air pollution.https://t.co/gvMLTgF0dc— Camfil APC (@CamfilAPC) February 17, 2020