Membership of the Filter Group
Membership is open to any company or organization involved in the manufacture and supply of air filters and air filter materials.
A list of member companies can be found by clicking the Members List
The aim of the group
To represent and promote the UK air filter industry. The membership is committed to the correct promotion, selection and application of air filters within HEVAC systems and clean air technologies. The membership can be relied upon to provide impartial guidance.
The importance of Filtration
Air filtration is a fundamental process in the provision of clean air. The quality of clean air is entirely controlled by the use of correctly selected, installed and maintained air filters. Air filtration provides the means of obtaining the level of particulate cleanliness required;
- To provide healthier and more comfortable living and working conditions for occupants of buildings.
- To reduce the risk of infection in hospital 'critical areas' or other related environments.
- To prevent the contamination of foodstuffs, pharmaceutical products and delicate electronics during manufacture.
- To prevent the build up of contaminants on heater or condenser coils and other ventilation system components.
- To protect expensive or delicate machinery from avoidable wear and subsequent maintenance and/or replacement.
- To prevent the ingress or emission of hazardous substances
- To protect the external environment from internally generated process dusts, gasses and contaminants.
Members are actively involved in the development of air filtration technical standards as applied to HVAC and Clean air technologies both nationally and internationally.
Members participate in the Eurovent certification scheme for HEVAC filters.
- Air Filtration Training Manual - Oct 2008. (Download)
- IAQ (please note that these documents are for information purposes and have not been up dated)
Current filter standards with links to BSI and ISO for reference or purchase
- BS EN 779. Particulate air filters for general ventilation. Determination of the filtration performance
- BS EN 1822-1. High efficiency air filters (EPA, HEPA and ULPA). Part 1. Classification, performance testing, marking
- BS EN 1822-2. High efficiency air filters (EPA, HEPA and ULPA). Part 2. Aerosol production, measuring equipment, particle counting statistic
- BS EN 1822-3. High efficiency air filters (EPA, HEPA and ULPA). Part 3. Testing flat sheet filter media
- BS EN 1822-4. High efficiency air filters (EPA, HEPA and ULPA). Part 4. Determining leakage of filter elements (scan method)
- BS EN 1822-5. High efficiency air filters (EPA, HEPA and ULPA). Part 5. Determining the efficiency of filter elements
- BS EN 15805. Particulate air filters for general ventilation. Standardised dimensions
- BS EN 15780. Ventilation for buildings. Ductwork. Cleanliness of ventilation systems
- BS EN 14799:2007 Air filters for general air cleaning. Terminology
If you have a question please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will look to provide an answer to your query. Last updated November 09