Good indoor air quality, or IAQ, is defined as air that contains no known contaminants at levels that cause or will cause health problems. The air filtration industry is tasked with following IAQ standards. NAFA publishes best practice guidelines for achieving optimum indoor air quality through proper air filtration in commercial offices, schools, higher education complexes, museums, and libraries.
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.
NAFA provides published guidelines and a library of air filtration articles of interest and importance to air filtration specialists world-wide. NAFA guidelines for commercial offices, higher education complexes, libraries, archives and museums are recognized as authoritative documents.
Join NAFA and associate with people who have a shared vision and purpose, gain valuable information from people who have problem-solving expertise and experience, get access to a library of information and resource materials, and continue your education with NAFA sponsored technical seminars and regional events.