Filtermist International Ltd
Jan Berntsson is an engineer that has been working in the field of R&D in emissions and air pollution since 1981. He started with diesel engines for trucks, then moved into air handling units for buildings, followed by ventilation for mining. He joined Absolent Group, Filtermist International’s parent company, in 1999 and has since been responsible for developing filter systems for industrial workshops (process air).
For People | For Planet | For Life - eradicating PM2.5 from industrial workplaces
Industrial emissions are a key contributing factor in climate change and occupational diseases, but there are a number of control measures businesses can take to ensure the air in their workplaces is clean and safe to breathe. This seminar explores some of the filtration technologies that can be used to capture airborne particulate at source – protecting people, reducing harm to the planet and ensuring a better quality of life for communities worldwide.
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