Camfil wins supplier award from Norland

Camfil has won an award from Norland Managed Services for the most-innovative product or service for its energy audit and installation of low-energy air filters at Norland’s end-user site. Savings of over £35 000 were achieved using low-energy air filters (Hi-Flo M7 F7 bag filters) to replace the existing filters. Energy consumption and CO2 emissions were also reduced.

Camfil offers a certification scheme for buildings to promote clean indoor air quality through the selection and application of comfort air filtration. This particular building managed by Norland has been identified for a ‘Excellence in indoor quality certificate’. The certificate awards points based on the correct use of air filtration and recommendations in British Standards.

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