Who owns Camfil ab?

Who owns Camfil ab?

Who owns Camfil ab?


Type Aktiebolag 100 % private ownership
Founded Company founded 1963 in Trosa by Gösta Larson under the name Camfil AB
Headquarters Camfil AB, Stockholm, Sweden, phone +46 (0)8 545 125 00
Area served Worldwide
Key people Mark Simmons (CEO) since 2019, Jan Eric Larson (Chairman of the board) since 1983

What does Camfil do?

As a leading manufacturer of premium clean air solutions, Camfil provides commercial and industrial systems for air filtration and air pollution control that improve worker and equipment productivity, minimize energy use, and benefit human health and the environment.

Who owns Camfil Farr?

CLEVELAND , Feb. 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Parker Hannifin Corporation (NYSE: PH), the global leader in motion and control technologies, today announced that it has acquired the railroad filtration business of the Camfil Farr Group .

Who owns farr filters?

Camfil Farr, manufacturer of air filters, is celebrating its 50-year anniversary in 2013 by returning to its original name, Camfil. In 2000, Camfil, a Europe-based manufacturer of air filters, purchased Farr Co., a U.S.-based manufacturer of air filters, and changed its name to Camfil Farr.

What are the MERV ratings on filters?

An air filter’s minimum efficiency reporting value (MERV) rating measures how effectively the filter stops dust and other contaminants from passing through the filter and into the air stream. Filters with higher MERV ratings trap small particles more effectively than filters with lower MERV ratings.

What does AAF Flanders make?

AAF Flanders, the world’s largest manufacturer of air filtration solutions, operates production, warehousing and distribution facilities in 22 countries across four continents.

Do MERV filters stop Covid?

What kind of filter should I use in my home HVAC system to help protect my family from COVID-19? Minimum Efficiency Reporting Values, or MERV, reports a filter’s ability to capture particles. Filters with MERV-13 or higher ratings can trap smaller particles, including viruses.