Airport Applications


Airport operations are one of the biggest sources of air pollution within major cities. This poor outdoor air quality is transferred inside terminals through HVAC handlers. Pollutants such as sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide lead the way in exhaust contaminents produced by airplanes daily.

Prolonged exposure to these and other microscopic toxins contribute to repiratory conditions such as asthma, COPD, bronchitis and other breathing ailments. Passengers are often exposed to the terminal's indoor air quality for 2 or more hours at a time, while employees are exposed on a daily basis.

Proper understanding and assesment of intake conditions are crucial in determining the best course of action in providing clean air distribution. A Certified Air Filtration Specialist (CAFS) should provide a site survey to determine proper prefilter and final filter applications for each comfort zone.

Need a site survey?

Give us a call at (800) 757-5624 or email us at and we will have a Regional Sales Manager contact you for additional details.