The National Air Filtration Association (NAFA) is a dynamic, non-profit trade association. NAFA members include air filter and component manufacturers, sales and service companies, and HVAC and indoor air quality professionals across the United States and in several foreign countries. NAFA is comprised of individuals and companies engaged in the sale, service and manufacture of the air filtration products. The association has five classifications of membership.
NAFA members include air filter and component manufacturers, sales and service companies, and HVAC and indoor air quality professionals across the United States and in several foreign countries.
Retail and Service Companies engaged in the sale and/or service of commercial/industrial air filtration, cleaning, purification, decontamination, sterilization, and monitoring devices and products to end users and contractors.
NAFA helps maintain high levels of professionalism within the industry through its Air Specialist and Technician certification programs, Clean Air Award, and recognition of industry leaders.
NAFA provides published guidelines and a library of air filtration articles of interest and importance to air filtration specialists world-wide.
The Members Only section of this web site provides NAFA Members with pertinent information to become better educated in the air filter industry.
Various programs are undertaken by NAFA in an effort to maintain high levels of professionalism within the industry. These programs include education, certification, publications, meetings and technical seminars.
NAFA’s Long Range Plan is to have all major segments of the user market — industrial, commercial, healthcare, institutional and residential — recognize NAFA certified professionals as the source for expertise, education and standards in air filtration.
We need member volunteers to man our booth at the NAFA 2014 Expo in New York City. (All volunteers will receive an “Exhibitor” badge.) … Read More
Air filtration supplies the means to obtain the level of particulate cleanliness required by any definition of “air conditioning.” It extends from the simple task of preventing lint and other debris from plugging heating/cooling coils to removing particles as small as 0.1 micron which could cause a short circuit on a microchip. In addition to … Read More
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