Camfil Offers Innovative Solutions to the Hazards of Aseptic Processing

October 6, 2019

Camfil, a world leader in clean air solutions, neutralizes the risks of aseptic processing with innovative molecular filtration systems.

Battling Mental Health Issues with Cleaner Air Quality

June 26, 2019

Camfil US Air Filters discusses findings of a recent study suggesting that exposure to poor outdoor and indoor air quality makes people unhappy and how HVAC air filters can help.

Camfil Health Alert: Damaging California Wildfires Are Affecting Your Air

November 27, 2018

Leading Air Filter Manufacture Camfil USA explains how wildfires can cause intense air pollution that lasts for months and requires the use of high efficiency commercial air filters.

Camfil Is More Than Just Clean Air

October 31, 2016

Camfil fulfills its promise of products that are designed for sustainability, health and lowest possible operational cost

Reducing The Big Costs Of Big Data

July 20, 2016

Camfil data center customers have reported annual energy savings in the six-figure range.

New Gadget Highlights Growing Concern About Indoor Air Pollution

January 18, 2016

In China and other pollution-prone regions, measuring – and improving – indoor air quality is becoming increasingly important

Camfil USA Acquires Edco Establishing New Sales Branch for Air Filters in NY

October 31, 2014

With new acquisition, world’s leading provider of clean air solutions now has 11 company-owned sales offices in the US

Indoor Air Quality: A Growing Risk for School — But One That Can be Tackled

September 10, 2014

Dangerous particles can threaten student health, but one school’s experience shows how to minimize the risk

Camfil Air Filter Receives ‘Editor’s Choice’ For Pollution-Fighting Capabilities

November 1, 2013

Innovative design earns Camfil air filter accolade from Pollution Engineering magazine

Canada’s Algoma University Wins Camfil 5-Star Energy Award

October 17, 2013

Using high-efficiency air filters across campus, Algoma boosts sustainability, savings, and the health of students and faculty

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