Camfil’s energy-efficient range of air filters

Indoor air quality, Camfil, air filter, air filtration

Camfil’s Hi-Flo II air filter is an enhanced version of the Hi-Flo low-energy air filters. Aerodynamic pockets optimise performance, and these filters have been rated A+ by Eurovent. They save up to £30 a year for every installed filter.

Bill Wilkinson, managing director, says, ‘Hi-Flo filter is a major “quick win” for switched on energy managers and FMs. The paybacks within revenue budgets are typically less than three months. Air filters are designed to be changed, unlike other components within the ventilation system, so consequently do not put any pressure on capital budgets when upgrading to low-energy air filters.’

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