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Create That Fresh Spring Air Feeling With a Little Help From CFP

Posted on february 27, 2020 by admin in CFP News

Create That Fresh Spring Air Feeling With a Little Help From CFP

As longstanding champions of clean Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), we are committed to helping businesses to achieve clean and healthy environment for employees and customers alike.

But with Spring just around the corner, do you know how to keep your air filters operating at maximum capacity? Here we share our top tips to help you to create that fresh air feeling with a little help from CFP.


Create that clean, fresh Spring air feeling without the exposure to ambient air pollution and outside noise by ensuring that your air filters are changed regularly.

Air filters are able to offer higher levels of IAQ when working at maximum capacity. At optimum performance, air passes quickly through the filter. The older filters become, the slower the air passes through and the less particles the filters can effectively extract from the air. When filters are changed regularly, you can achieve cleaner, high quality air that is free from dust and polluted particles.

It is also important to ensure that the metal coils behind the air filters are cleaned on a regular basis to prepare your filters for the warmer months. The metal coils behind the air filters are essential for keeping air cool as the temperature outside begins to rise. These coils are designed to decrease the temperature but need to be regularly maintained to ensure that your filters continue to produce cooler, cleaner air.

Changing filters regularly and undergoing maintenance is a fast, simple and cost-effective way to achieve good IAQ.  


As the weather begins to warm up, it’s tempting to open the windows in the office to the ‘fresh’ air. However, it’s important to ensure that windows throughout the building are kept closed as this will allow the HVAC system to continue to operate effectively, circulating clean and healthy air.

Open windows let polluted outdoor air particles into the office. Opening a window adds stress to the system, which in turn will affect the consistency of the air within the environment. 

ISO 16890 Standards

With many variations of particle matter to consider, from nanoparticles and exhaust gasses through to pollen, toner dust and even hair, it’s important to ensure you have to correct filter for your needs.

We’re proud to offer a range of filters tested to ISO 16890 standards, protecting against airborne particles from ePM10 to ePM1. These solutions will deliver optimum levels of filtration achieving the highest possible IAQ for your business.

If you’d like to know more about the products and services CFP has to offer, get in touch with our friendly team on 0161 406 5050.

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