Camfil low energy air filters deliver savings for University Estate

Air filter trial results improve air quality, reduce waste, energy consumption and CO2 emissions for Imperial College London – Delivering savings of over £50,000.

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An air filter trial was recently carried out for Imperial College, London by ABS Consulting and Camfil.  The Filter Trial project was carried out on Air Handling Units (AHUs) in the Sir Alexander Fleming & Biochemistry buildings at the London Campus.   The results demonstrated substantial scope for energy saving of some 293 tonnes CO2 per annum.

Imperial College London is a science-based institution with a reputation for excellence in teaching and research and consistently rated amongst the world's best universities.  The project was part of the University’s CONCOM programme .  CONCOM is Imperial College's programme for continuous optimisation of plant and services, a programme which cuts costs, cuts waste and improves efficiency within the building environments at the university campus.  The programme contributes to the College’s target to reduce its carbon footprint by 20% in 2014.

The project scope was to set up trials for replacing existing filters with energy efficient air filters in several Air Handling Units (AHU’s) across the campus.   Existing filters were replaced with Camfil’s energy efficient filters , with a higher surface area and the filter positioning arrangement was changed.  The trials were a success and realised a 7% savings.  ABS Consulting and Imperial College are now rolling out this process across the campus, expecting savings of about £50,000 a year or about 250 tonnes of co2.

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Camfil ( www.camfil.co.uk ) is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of air filtration solutions, supplying products to users of AHUs in commercial and industrial buildings including hospitals, retail and offices, schools, universities and museums.

Camfil UK, the world leader in providing air filtration solutions for maintaining healthy and comfortable indoor environments,

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