Air Quality

Air pollution matters

With 92% of the world’s population breathing air deemed unsafe by the World Health Organization*, air filters play a crucial role in protecting every one of us from the harmful effects of air pollution. And it’s a big job; one in nine deaths is now associated with poor air quality*. Read the information below to find out what you can do to protect building occupants or valuable assets from harmful particulate.

Typical contaminants

What pollutants are in the air around us? And what filter should you use to stop them causing damage?

Our guide to the typical contaminants reveals the sizes of common contaminants and what filter you need.

Guide to typical contaminants

Clean air in buildings

Why provide clean air in your building?

We know. Buying air filters is not usually seen as an exciting, value-adding purchase like a new batch of computers or piece of machinery. Most businesses buy air filters because they have to. It is a routine purchase; replacing a worn-out part with a new one.

Air quality and the productivity

Seven statistics

Air pollution in seven statistics

It’s the greatest environmental challenge that we face, but what is the scale of the threat posed by air pollution? And what can you do to protect yourself and the people that use your building from toxic air quality? Our article examines seven statistics that reveal the true danger of air pollution and what you can do about it.

Air pollution in seven statistics

The indoors safety

Indoors might not be as safe as you think

We have all seen the headlines about the damage air pollution is doing to our bodies. And we take comfort that we can escape the toxic outdoor air by taking shelter indoors. The problem is that these inside spaces are often not as safe as we think. Indoor air pollution is typically two to five times higher than that found outdoors.

Indoors – it might not be as safe as you think