How Filters Work?

Early filtration products were designed to protect mechanical equipment, mostly combustion engines. In recent decades, Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) has become a primary focus, especially as it relates to our health and comfort at home, at work or in transit...Read more

What is Activated Charcoal?

Activated carbon, commonly referred to as "activated charcoal" is an extremely porous form of carbon that is widely used in the purification of water and air. When activated the charcoal has been specifically processed to enhance its porous quality while increasing the surface area...Read more

Types, levels and health effects of air pollution

Air pollution is defined as the presence in the outdoor or indoor air of harmful substances at concentrations above their natural levels, which affect humans, animals, plants, and materials. There are many harmful substances entering the environment...Read more

Air Filtration Technologies

Air filters are an integral part of all modern ventilation systems, preventing unwanted dust and other particles from entering the ‘clean’ environment of your home, office, or car. The designs and technology behind them have been the subject of constant improvement, providing filtration of ever-smaller particles, removal of noxious smells,...Read more

Air Pollution Sources

Air is a mixture of different gases with Nitrogen as the major component having a concentration of 78.09% and oxygen 20.95%. The remaining 0.96% comprises of argon, carbon dioxide, and other gases. Air also contains water vapors. All of these gases are present in the air in harmless concentrations. Due to human activity or natural processes such as fires...Read more