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Finland's Ahlstrom unveils new HVAC filter media portfolio

09 Feb '23
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Finland’s Ahlstrom has launched the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) filter media portfolio from its production machine in Turin (Italy), supporting customers in their ambition to offer best performing and premium quality filters to the most demanding end-uses. Ahlstrom is a leader in combining fibres into sustainable specialty materials.

Uniqueness of the offering comes from state-of-the-art manufacturing technologies which deliver best reliability in performance as well as lower environmental impact. The awareness and importance of indoor air quality has significantly grown over the years. Today, people are spending over 90 per cent of their days inside buildings, making it even more critical to have an efficient filtration system to purify air and remove contaminants. To reduce environmental impact, another major target is to develop filtration materials that extend the lifetime and reduce the energy consumption of filter elements used.

Ahlstrom has used its long experience and extensive competences to develop the complete range of filtration materials which are protecting people and equipment in closed environments. The product range covers today options from ISO Coarse 85 per cent to ISO ePM1 80 per cent rating (ISO16890:2016) in a standard version and in a high permeability version for most challenging requirements. All products have limited flow restriction and extended dust holding capacity with excellent consistency, the company said in a media statement.

“The need for high quality HVAC filter media for demanding end-uses is growing as people have become increasingly aware of the impact of good air quality to their health. Our new offering guarantees reliability and protection, and it contributes to lower environmental impact through longer filter life and lower energy consumption, in alignment with our purpose to purify and protect with every fibre for a sustainable world,” said Tamara Quatrano, VP R&D and product development filtration.

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