Reducing HVAC workload by 80% at an automotive manufacturer
A leading car manufacturer had an HVAC system that required all-too-frequent servicing just to deliver poor air quality. After we had finished, on-site workload was cut dramatically and PM2.5 air pollution was nearly 70% lower.
Cutting HVAC energy consumption by 63%
A mail centre in West London was experiencing high energy consumption from its HVAC system. Using our eco16 program, we analyzed operating environment and swapped out the old filters with our own, low-energy air filters. With the new filter system the HVAC energy consumption was cut by 63% without compromising air flow volumes.
Energy savings take off at a leading airport
One of the busiest airports in the world strives for the highest standards and its HVAC air delivery system was not meeting this. We used our eco16 program to devise a new HVAC filter system and the result was a reduction in HVAC energy consumption of 28% and a cut in workload of 85%.
Cleaning up paint at a leading wheel manufacturer
A leading wheel manufacturer in the commercial vehicle sector was had excessive paint emissions in the discharge environment of its facility. With our help the air quality was vastly improved with all visible paint residues eliminated from the discharge chimney.
Calculating the cost of HVAC air filters
With all the different factors affecting installation, energy consumption, maintenance and disposal, just how do you calculate the total cost associated with operating an HVAC air filter? Thomas Carlsson, R&D Director at MANN+HUMMEL’s Swedish research facility investigates.
Electrostatic charge and synthetic bag filters
There’s a lot written about synthetic air filters and their electrostatic charge – unfortunately much of it biased or incorrect. Our white paper explains the role that electrostatic charge plays in filtration and dispels the common myths.