Camfil, the air filtration technology specialist, has launched what it says is ‘the world’s most energy efficient bag filter’, the Hi-Flo F7 50+.
The new Hi-Flo II is a new and enhanced version of Camfil’s award winning Hi-Flo low energy air filter. Featuring aerodynamic pockets for optimised performance, the air filters have been rated A+ by Eurovent, and should, Camfil says, save users up to £30 per annum for every installed filter.
Bill Wilkinson, managing director, Camfil UK, said: “The new Energy Saver Hi-Flo filter from Camfil is a major ‘quick win’ for energy and facilities managers. The paybacks within revenue budgets are typically less than three months, and air filters are designed to be changed, unlike other components within the ventilation system, so consequently do not put any pressure on capital budgets when upgrading to low energy air filters”.
Camfil adds that the Federation of European Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning Associations estimates that within the EU there is a potential annual saving of 5 TWh available by switching to low energy air filters, equating to £500 million in annual energy savings in the UK alone.