By Tom Justice, CAFS, NCT, Zene The first edition of the UL 900 Standard for air filter units was issued back in September 1965 and has evolved over the years to the most recent designation as an American National Standard (ANSI) which occurred on February 14, 2012; ANSI/UL 900. It currently consists of the Eighth… Read more about UL 900 Update
“NAFA is working to take filters from commodities buying to Life, Safety and Health purchase.” “Absolutely necessary with LEED Buildings.” Benefits of NAFA Membership When your company is a member of the National Air Filtration Association, membership opens the doors to many opportunities. NAFA offers a community of CAFSs and NCTs that you can rely… Read more about Join now and your membership is good through December 31, 2017!
Now more than ever, it is important to get the best – and most – out of employees. Many leaders desire to increase staff performance, but few have a system to achieve their desired results. Here are five components to results management to get you thinking about creating the system you need to maximize your… Read more about Be a Leader: The Five Components to Results Management
By D. Brian Baker, Custom Vac Limited January 2009 Of course there is no single answer to this question because it depends on many factors such as, what is the fan CFM on high, what is the fan CFM on low, is continuous fan being utilized, what are the heating and cooling CFM’s, how… Read more about How many cubic feet of air are passed through an air filter annually?
4/30/14 – As the President of the National Air Filtration Association, this is to inform the committee that based on an overwhelming consensus of NAFA’s members, NAFA will be voting “No” concerning the motion made in New York City, to move Appendix J from an appendix to an actual part of ASHRAE Standard 52.2-2012. NAFA… Read more about NAFA Position Statement on 52.2 Appendix J