Ahlstrom, a global high performance fiber-based materials company, introduces Ahlstrom Flow2Save(TM), a new media for high efficiency air (HEA) filtration applications at the Filtech exhibition in
Ahlstrom Flow2Save(TM) provides high filtration efficiency to improve indoor air quality, which is especially important in public buildings such as hospitals and schools, and crucial to protect people and help alleviate Sick Building Syndrome (SBS). SBS causes skin irritations, headache, and respiratory problems, and thought to be caused by indoor pollutants, microorganisms, or inadequate ventilation.
The key value-add is how easily air can flow through the media.
"Ahlstrom Flow2Save(TM) has significantly better pressure drop characteristics than other commercial HEA filtration media, meaning it is much easier for the ventilation system to push air through the filter. This allows significant energy savings throughout the life time of the filter. Its sustainability credentials are compelling; cleaner indoor air quality, lower energy consumption and lower costs," explains Fulvio Capussotti, EVP, Advanced Filtration.
Ahlstrom is a global supplier of air and liquid filtration materials with a leading market position in life science and gas turbine filtration. Ahlstrom Advanced Filtration has seven production sites producing filter media in five countries.
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