Tag: HVAC filtration

  • Camfil ProSafe Filters for Food Process Industries

    21 January 2021

    Camfil’s ProSafe range of filters are designed specifically for process safety and will help your food or pharmaceutical process facility comply with stringent industry demands on safety, traceability and control. Conforming to BRCGS global.

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  • Respiratory Viruses & Indoor HVAC Systems

    13 July 2020 respiratory virus

    The World Health Organisation (WHO) have recently acknowledged growing concerns surrounding the possible airborne transmission of the coronavirus COVID-19.  Australian medical officials are closely monitoring the outcome of pending investigations, however, there are no.

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  • Bushfire Smoke and Commercial Buildings

    15 January 2020 sydney skyline

    Factors affecting the presence of bushfire smoke in commercial buildings Air filtration within commercial buildings typically includes both outside air and recirculated air handling systems to ensure air quality for building occupants. On days.

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  • Air Filtration Fundamentals

    01 March 2019 kitchen exhaust filtration

    An excerpt from the AIRAH industry publication “DA15-Air Filters and Cleaning Devices, Selection and Application”, this Skills Workshop piece on AIR FILTRATION THEORY AND FUNDAMENTALS was published in the March 2019 edition of HVAC&R.

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  • Air Filters for Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities

    19 September 2018

    Air Filtration and its Practical Application in the Hospital Environment The essential functions of air filters are to improve indoor air quality and to protect downstream equipment and facility components.   Within hospital environments, air quality.

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  • Australian Commercial Building Filtration Standards

    01 May 2017 Melbourne city

    Commercial Building Filtration Standards: Making Sense of Recent Changes Recently there have been significant changes in the normally sleepy world of filter test standards and overall building “wellness” ratings. Greater focus has been placed.

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