MERV Air Filter Testing in Canada

By Phillip Ilijevski and Joe Brennan  MERV Air filter testing may not be top of mind for most people, but air filtration plays a major impact in building livability, comfort, and quality of life for occupants and visitors. Most people are likely not aware of the impact that the wrong filter can have on indoor … Read more

Guidelines for Air Filtration for Canadian Property Managers & Facilities Managers

BOMA LEED WELL recommendations for air filtration in Canada for property managers. Team of people

Many different associations in Canada operate to audit and certify buildings for various purposes. One of those purposes is ensuring good indoor air quality for buildings, and this of course is part of the work of a property manager or facilities manager. In this article, Guidelines for Air Filtration for Canadian Property Managers & Facilities … Read more

The Introduction of Psilocybin Research Facilities in Canada Along With Air Filtration Requirements. Resource by Camfil, CANADA

Summary: In this blog post our Segment Leader for Life Science, Josh Guthrie, highlights the uses of psilocybin (a natural psychedelic prodrug compound), the integration of psilocybin research facilities into Canada, as well as the need for adequate air filtration in these facilities.  Since the legalization of medical marijuana in Canada, there have been an … Read more

A Guide to Beverage Manufacturing in Canada. Resource by Camfil, Canada

Concerns in beverage manufacturing in Canada

Summary: In this blog post air filtration expert, Berni Baier, breaks down the beverage processing industry, explores various considerations for beverage manufacturers, and shares his recommendations to maintain beverage product standards.  According to the Government of Canada, the food and beverage processing industry accounts for 17% of total manufacturing sales and for 2% of the … Read more

Improving Production Conditions in Canadian Meat Processing Facilities. Resource by Camfil, CA

Air filtration standards in meat processing

Summary:  In this blog post Segment Leader for Food and Beverage, Jordan Bettencourt, discusses meat processing and corresponding risks during production, as well as the importance of air quality in establishing a hygienic atmosphere.   In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, commercial building and office managers have increased their focus on improving indoor air quality (IAQ) … Read more

Cannabis Cultivation in Canada. Resource by Camfil, CA

Addressing key concerns in cannabis production with air filtration

Summary:  In this blog post air filtration experts break down the cannabis cultivation process, address key concerns for cannabis producers, and provide tips for protecting cannabis plants and ensuring employee safety.                              On October 17th, 2018, Canada legalized cannabis production and consumption for those over the age of 181. Since its legalization, the once taboo image … Read more

Volatile Organic Compounds’ Impact on Canadian Air Quality. Resource by Camfil, CA

Reducing exposure to VOCs in Canada

Summary:  In this blog post Segment Leader for Molecular Contamination Control, Victor Rengel,  describes volatile organic compounds (VOCs), summarizes the impacts on the health of Canadians, and shares steps to reduce exposure.   Pesticides, disinfectants, and cosmetics are all products that are commonplace either at home or at work. These products all release organic compounds when … Read more

How Does Air Filtration for Gaseous Pollution Work? Media Types for Gaseous Contamination. Resource by Camfil, CA

Molecular media types in Canada

Summary:  To remove gaseous contamination, molecular air filters require particular varieties of media. In this blog post Segment Leader for Molecular Contamination Control, Victor Rengel, describes gaseous contamination, outlines the different molecular media types, and highlights molecular filter media that is new to market.  Molecular media is the root of all successful molecular filtration solutions. … Read more

What is Corrosion and How Does it Impact Processes in Canada? Resource by Camfil, CA

Preventing corrosion in various industries

Summary:  In this blog post air filtration Segment Leader for Molecular Contamination Control, Victor Rengel, describes corrosion, explains which processes and artefacts are most susceptible to corrosion, and shares how to prevent corrosion in Canada.  Most Canadians have flown in a commercial airplane, seen a natural monument, visited a museum, or accessed a file on … Read more

Renewable Energy Creation in Canada With Biogas. Resource by Camfil, CA

Using molecular media for biogas processes

Summary:  As climate change and environmental issues grow more critical, Segment Leader for Molecular Filtration, Victor Rengel, shares his guidance. He outlines the innovation of biogas, its positive impact on Canada, and how biogas processes can be optimized to be as effective as possible.  Canada is the world’s sixth largest producer of electricity, with 8% … Read more

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