August 09

Quebec Canada Air Filtration Company Discusses Clean Air Solutions For Construction-Related Projects in Canada

Construction-related projects can better address liability issues and areas such as contamination control and customer satisfaction using proper air filtration systems.

Liability, pollution control, customer relations, and dependability are all essential considerations for clean air solutions in construction projects in Canada. Mechanical engineers must develop effective air filtration solutions for critical applications such as hospitals, cleanrooms, laboratories, and nuclear power plants.

Air filtration is an essential component of the mechanical scope in building construction projects. Ensuring safety, dependability, and cost-effectiveness is vital when designing and building air filtration systems.

Construction-related projects can better address liability issues and areas such as contamination control and customer satisfaction, using proper air filtration systems.

When coming up with clean air solutions, mechanical engineers must consider several factors. These include the kind of application, the type of OEM housing necessary, filter manufacturer certifications required, quality control programs such as ISO 9001 and Nuclear Quality Assurance (NQA1), as well as best practices such as using fully-welded housings to prevent contamination.

Furthermore, using ASHRAE-compliant, dependable prefilters, final filters, and HEPA filters in cleanrooms and pharmaceutical facilities is critical for maintaining air quality and particle capture efficiency.

Different industries have different air filtration needs. Bag-in/bag-out systems, for example, are often employed in exhaust air applications containing pathogens or dangerous particles, such as isolation rooms in hospitals or biosafety labs.

Terminal HEPA modules are used in the pharmaceutical industry to ensure high purity requirements and to guard against airborne pollutants. Nuclear power plants must conform to stringent requirements such as the AG-1 Standard and the NQA-1 quality program to maintain safety and reliability.

Engineers should optimize air filtration systems to lower the total cost of ownership (TCO). Cost reduction and increased sustainability can be achieved by using tailored solutions. For example, waste can be decreased by using longer-lasting filters, a considerable amount of energy can be saved by using high-quality air filters coupled with VFD systems, and downtime can be reduced using filters requiring less maintenance. Complete life cycle cost (LCC) can be realized with consultation and software programs. Mobile test ducts and real-time operating parameter analysis can also provide precise performance estimates and improve system efficiency.

Given the different industry-specific standards and the necessity for pollution management, clean air solution experts are critical for construction-related projects in Canada.

Contact our Quebec Air Filtration Specialists to learn about customized clean air filtration systems that satisfy industry standards, save money, and safeguard the environment for a more sustainable future.



Clean air solutions for construction-related projects in Canada

Media Contact:

Phillip Ilijevski

Camfil Canada Inc.

T: 437-929-1161

E: [email protected]

Source: Camfil - Canada
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