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Fighting Viruses and Bacteria: Filtration that Removes 99.99% of Aerosols Carrying Viruses*

With growing concerns around the global pandemic, businesses around the world are innovating solutions to help limit the spread of the virus and keep our communities safe. As leaders in air filtration, Purafil has the knowledge and know-how to design viable solutions. We are using this expertise to create antimicrobial, multi-stage filtration systems that remove […]

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EGS Featured in the June Issue of Treatment Plant Operator Magazine

Treatment Plant Operator magazine, a trusted publication for municipal wastewater and water treatment facility professionals, has published a recent case study by Purafil in their June edition. The case study involved a chlorine gas leak at a water treatment facility that was protected by a Purafil Emergency Gas Scrubber with Chlorosorb® air filtration media. To […]

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ISA-71.04-2013 Corrosion Classifications Explained

ANSI/ISA-71.04-2013 is one of the most widely used industrial standards for the protection of electronic equipment, covering various environmental conditions affecting electronic equipment, including process measurement and control systems, data communications and IT hardware, and office electronics. The increasing complexity and decreasing size of electrical components, paired with the introduction of RoHS Lead-Free Initiatives made […]

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Filtration Media Made In the USA

The Purafil Peace of Mind starts with our filtration media. All of Purafil’s patented filtration media is manufactured in our headquarters located in Doraville, Georgia. Every year, Purafil manufactures enough filtration media to circle the earth 12 times, and it is used all over the world to protect critical environments. Recommended Posts Categories Archives

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Reconnecting at AHR 2023

February 6-8 ASHRAE held the annual AHR trade show in Atlanta. AHR is the trade show for all things related to HVACR and participants and exhibitors hail from all over the globe. Purafil representatives, distributors, and customers who were attending the show were invited to our private event and to tour our headquarters in Doraville. […]

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Purafil Protects Staff and Surrounding Community During a Toxic Chemical Leak

In the wake of the release of toxic chemicals from the derailed train in East Palestine, Ohio, many municipalities are considering how they can mitigate the risks of a toxic chemical release. Water-treatment plants that use chlorine gas to purify drinking water need to have an immediate response to protect their onsite employees and surrounding […]

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Corrosion Coupons vs. Onguard: Which Is Right for You?

While both OnGuard Devices and Corrosion Coupons utilize copper and silver metal to measure the corrosivity of the surrounding air, there are a number of factors that will determine which one your facilities will benefit most from. Recommended Posts Categories Archives

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The Ultimate Guide for Corrosive Air Testing: How to Monitor the Airborne Contamination in Your Facilities

Ever wondered what the air quality was like in your facilities? In this guide, we’ll outline the main points you need to know about corrosive air monitoring. Recommended Posts Categories Archives

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Free Cooling: Is It Costing Data Centers Their Equipment Reliability?

Free-cooling allows airborne contaminants into data centers, which could cause corrosion on mission-critical electrical equipment. This could ultimately lead to downtime and repairs, costing data centers thousands of dollars per minute. Recommended Posts Categories Archives

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Data Centers: Electronics Are More Susceptible to Corrosion Than Ever

DATA CENTERS: ELECTRONICS ARE MORE SUSCEPTIBLE TO CORROSION THAN EVER Corrosive air is an invisible danger lurking in data centers that you may not even be aware of until it’s too late. This problem is compounded by increasing complexity and RoHS (Lead free directive or Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive). Recommended Posts Categories Archives

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What’s That Smell? Wastewater Edition

What’s That Smell? Wastewater Edition Sewage is not known for its pleasant aroma, but what exactly is that smell, and what causes it? The municipal wastewater treatment process can release odors in the collection and treatment process. Wastewater is mostly water, but it also contains organic and inorganic matter, bacteria, and other microorganisms. These all […]

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