Camfil Farr Asks 'At Which Point Should we Consider the Benefits of Low Energy Air Filters?" at The Energy Event 2009

Share Article

Camfil Farr, the world leader in the production and development of air filters was a key exhibitor at the Energy Event 2009, held at the National Motorbike Museum, Birmingham.

Camfil Farr, the world leader in the production and development of air filters was a key exhibitor at the Energy Event 2009, held at the National Motorbike Museum, Birmingham. The two day event saw hundreds of delegates through its doors, and played host to over 100 exhibitors split over three floors in seven exhibition rooms. A top class conference programme ran throughout the event which witnessed several key industry professionals, share their knowledge and capabilities in a packed seminar theatre.

Peter Dyment - Camfil Sales Manager, gave an informative and thought-provoking talk on low energy air filters and the issues that affect indoor air quality (IAQ). His key message was one of providing clean air with economic benefits. He demonstrated that choosing a well designed, low energy air filter would not compromise efficiency and could save up to £300 in energy over the installed lifetime of the filter.

Peter Dyment commented: "The primary purpose of Air Filters in building HVAC systems is to provide clean air for people to breathe without risk to health." Camfil Farr filter products are designed for both optimised energy performance and air quality.

Peter went on to say: "Background air pollution, particularly in city centres, is a growing problem in the UK with particles from vehicle emissions now representing a serious danger to people's health."

Filters are the most inexpensive component of the ventilation system to improve, the energy savings can be accurately calculated to give an exact forecast of return on investment. This ROI can happen in a matter of months.

On their stand, Camfil Farr were busy reiterating the message that companies should be looking further down their supply chain when instructing or specifying the installation of air filters. They were able to demonstrate the obvious key benefits of installing Camfil air filters that provide low energy clean air filtration and have a direct impact on energy consumption in buildings.

Camfil Farr's Sustainability Report for 2008 operations is available for downloading at http://www.camfilfarr.com/campaign/.

Camfil Farr has joined the United Nations Global Compact programme and endorsed its ten principles related to human rights, environment protection and fair labour. Visit http://www.unglobalcompact.org/

The Camfil Farr Group is a world leader in the production and development of air filters and clean air solutions with 24 production units and R&D centres in the Americas, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region. The Group, headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, has 3,300 employees and sales in the range of SEK 4.4 billion. International markets account for more than 90 percent of sales. Camfil Farr's business concept is to provide customers with best-in-class air filtration products and services. For further information visit http://www.camfilfarr.com.

# # #

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

KIRSTIE LEWIS
Visit website