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  • Accentuating The Differences Between Health And Safety

    Since the inception of the Health and Safety at Work Act in 1974, there has been a successful drive to bring a responsible attitude towards fundamental health and safety processes to both employers and employees. As a result we now look on health and safety warnings and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as normal, realistic practices that save lives. But is it entirely accurate to assume that ...

    By Casella

  • What’s the right MERV Rating for my Dust Collector?

    What is a MERV Rating? The term MERV is actually an acronym and stands for “Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value”. To put in in simpler terms it’s asking the question “How effective is your filter?”. MERV ratings are assigned numerical values based on the how efficient they are at capturing dust particles. The numerical values are typically rated between 1-16. MERV ...

    By U.S. Air Filtration Inc.

  • Inteliair Installs first system in Canada

    We are delighted to have supplied the first Inteliair™ air control system to our new distributors in Canada for retro-fitting into a wood dust extraction system at JMV Woodworks in Abbotsford, British Columbia. Our distributor (Airmax Systems Inc.) won the order for the Inteliair™ control system thanks to its ability to maximise the efficiency of existing equipment in this instance ...

    By Western Air Ducts UK Ltd.

  • Clean Air America Calls Attention to CNN`s Spotlight on Poor Indoor Air Quality in Schools

    Clean Air America, Inc., innovator in air filtration products that protect workers and the environment, agrees with CNN's upcoming report on the dire condition of schools and the health hazards posed by poor indoor air quality on an estimated 14M children. This weekend, CNN will air the segment featuring CNN's Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta as he visits schools to examine the impact ...

    By Clean Air America Inc.

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