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Air filtration systems are set up to block air pollution, which can be invisible to the eye. Air pollution in industrial environments is not uncommon and ranges from dust and pollen particles to microbes, gasses, and chemicals. Read More…

Air Filtration Systems Air filtration systems describe a wide variety of equipment used to remove impurities from the air with a number of different filtration and purification schemes. Air filters cleanse, purify and reduce the overall number of particulates and other impurities present in an air source. As all filtering systems can be designated as either air or liquid filters, this particular category encompasses an extremely broad and diverse range of pollution control equipment. The specific use or application will help to determine the degree of purification necessary.
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Milwaukee, WI  |  800-488-0230

Anguil Environmental provides highly-engineered, environmental equipment and service solutions that help clients solve complex industrial air pollution control and wastewater treatment challenges across the globe. Anguil air pollution control systems include thermal and catalytic oxidation technologies for compliance with VOC, HAP and odor regulations.

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Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc. $$$

De Pere, WI  |  920-336-5715

Dürr Megtec provides customized systems for: regulatory compliance; improvement in working environment and in neighbor relations by reducing odor from industrial processes and helping to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and process energy management.

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Dürr Systems, Inc. $$$

Parsippany, NJ  |  973-947-8787

The Clean Air Group is recognized as a leader in the development of air pollution control technologies. Our line of products includes wet scrubbers, gas absorbers, particulate control devices, and more. All of our equipment is designed to achieve 99.99% efficiency, zero plume, and clean water discharge for almost any hazardous air pollutant. Whether your industry is chemical processing, textile, medical, aerospace, or agricultural, we have the expertise to solve the toughest pollution problems.

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CR Clean Air Group $$$

Menomonie, WI  |  715-233-6115

At Intellishare, our specialty lies in designing, fabricating, and operating thermal and catalytic oxidization systems to control VOCs, HAPs and odorous emissions for industry and environment. With state-of-the-art technology, we handle design, fabrication, and operations. For over 20 years, we have produced thousands of solutions and installations, which goes to show that our dedicated and hardworking team can help you find what works for your application.

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Intellishare Environmental Inc. $$$

Green Bay, WI  |  920-432-2699

Kono Kogs is a worldwide supplier of high-quality used air pollution control equipment. We buy, refurbish and sell used catalytic, thermal, fume and regenerative thermal oxidizers (RTO). These systems are available as-is or reconditioned with a performance warranty. Call us today!

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Kono Kogs, Inc. $$$

Jeffersonville, IN  |  812-280-1854

Whether your application is dust collection, pollution control, ventilation, or product recovery, our team at Heumann is here to help. We are a world leader in designing and building efficient, custom-engineered air pollution control equipment. Our experienced engineering and design staff can help you solve your toughest challenges. Contact us today to get started!

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Heumann Environmental Company $$$

North Ridgeville, OH  |  440-327-6051

Heil® Process Equipment provides systems for processing corrosive chemicals, odor control systems plus air pollution control equipment. Our “epitome of quality” products include tanks, fans, scrubbers and stacks for handling corrosive air or fluids. Our products surpasses ASME/ASTM requirements.

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Heil® Process Equipment, LLC $$$
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Although widespread, air pollutants can trigger serious allergic reactions in humans and animals as well as promote the spread of airborne disease and clog electronic or mechanical apparatus causing reduced productivity or even equipment failure in extreme cases.

Air Filtration Systems Air Filtration Systems Electronic, clean room, laboratory, medical, pharmaceutical, and food and chemical processing industries utilize precision air pollution control such as high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) and ultra low particulate air filters (ULPA) which remove particles as small as 0.3 nanometers. While manufacturing, automotive, aerospace and other industrious applications may utilize these same filters, large particle removal will often suffice and prevent equipment clogging while promoting a healthy and safe work environment for both workers and machinery. Not only an industrial form of filtration, air filters are often installed in commercial and residential ventilation systems as well. In general, most air filter systems use an electronic blower to push or pull air through a filter, or several. The impurities and contaminants, such as dust, pollen, mold, bacteria, metallic powder, gases and chemicals can be collected for proper disposal or recycling as needed while the air is returned to circulation or exhausted into the atmosphere. Specific types of air filters include bag filters, box filters, fan filters, panel and cartridge filters. Each type uses some sort of filter media. As air or gas passes through the filter, a mat or barrier, the impurities become trapped, or in some cases dissolved per chemical reactions. Common materials employed in the construction of the aforementioned filters include acrylic, activated carbon, aluminum wire, electrostatic fabric, fiberglass, paper, polyurethane foam, polyester, cotton and non-woven materials. The choice of material should take into account the intended use of a filtration system. Common considerations include porosity, efficiency, flow rate, filter length, pressure drop and ply. Each filter may be used alone or in conjunction with others for optimal air purification. While some filters are reusable through repeated washing, others are designed for limited use followed by replacement.

Alternatives to traditional air filtration systems include ion diffusers, which neutralize air and ozone air filtration, which destroy rather than trap particles. Available in many types and configurations, air filtration systems are available in standard and custom configurations for easy installment and optimal efficiency.

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Air filtration systems are set up to block air pollution, which can be invisible to the eye. Air pollution in industrial environments is not uncommon and ranges from dust and pollen particles to microbes, gasses, and chemicals. Although widespread, air pollutants can trigger serious allergic reactions in humans and animals as well as promote the spread of airborne disease and clog electronic or mechanical apparatus causing reduced productivity or even equipment failure in extreme cases.

Electronic, clean room, laboratory, medical, pharmaceutical, and food and chemical processing industries utilize precision air pollution control such as high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) and ultra low particulate air filters (ULPA) which remove particles as small as 0.3 nanometers. While manufacturing, automotive, aerospace and other industrious applications may utilize these same filters, large particle removal will often suffice and prevent equipment clogging while promoting a healthy and safe work environment for both workers and machinery. Not only an industrial form of filtration, air filters are often installed in commercial and residential ventilation systems as well.

In general, most air filter systems use an electronic blower to push or pull air through a filter, or several. The impurities and contaminants, such as dust, pollen, mold, bacteria, metallic powder, gases and chemicals can be collected for proper disposal or recycling as needed while the air is returned to circulation or exhausted into the atmosphere. Specific types of air filters include bag filters, box filters, fan filters, panel and cartridge filters. Each type uses some sort of filter media. As air or gas passes through the filter, a mat or barrier, the impurities become trapped, or in some cases dissolved per chemical reactions. Common materials employed in the construction of the aforementioned filters include acrylic, activated carbon, aluminum wire, electrostatic fabric, fiberglass, paper, polyurethane foam, polyester, cotton and non-woven materials. The choice of material should take into account the intended use of a filtration system. Common considerations include porosity, efficiency, flow rate, filter length, pressure drop and ply. Each filter may be used alone or in conjunction with others for optimal air purification. While some filters are reusable through repeated washing, others are designed for limited use followed by replacement. Alternatives to traditional air filtration systems include ion diffusers, which neutralize air and ozone air filtration, which destroy rather than trap particles. Available in many types and configurations, air filtration systems are available in standard and custom configurations for easy installment and optimal efficiency.

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