Exeon Dust Extraction System Launches New Website

Exeon offers a product line known for its high-quality filter elements and air management system servicing. The division of Filtrex Global group provides a superior range of extraction products.

Hitchin UK - March 14, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Exeon Limited and Mike Fox are pleased to announce the launch of the new dust extraction system website. Exeon® offers a superior range of extraction products including fans, extraction arms and extractor units. The firm can also offer a complete design and installation service for industrial ventilation systems using their long experience in air quality and air handling. Exeon® is a division of the Filtrex Global group, a market-leading air quality company specializing in high-quality filter elements and air management system servicing.

Filtrex has been able to provide a large variety of solutions to a range of industries, including the food, industrial, commercial and public buildings, chemicals and pharmaceutical, woodworking, steam extract, kitchen extract, hospitals and power generations. Indoor air quality is becoming increasingly important as the population spends more of its time indoors. In commercial and public buildings, a high IAQ level is maintained by high-quality air filters and regular system inspections.

SO 16890 is the new international standard introduced towards the end of 2016 relating to the testing and classification of air filters. To meet the requirements of the standards, Exeon has responded with innovative solutions including high-quality filtration elements for all aspects of filtration; site-specific design and installation of air extraction systems for the removal of unwanted contaminants; and personal air monitoring to ensure employees are not operating in a harmful environment.

Filtrex provides innovative solutions to achieve air filtration, including high-quality ventilation filters; system decontamination and ductwork cleaning; plant maintenance; and site-specific design and installation of ventilation and air handling systems. The introduction of the new standards is seen by Filtrex as a way to improve indoor air quality for cleaner air and healthier lifestyles. The new classifications allow users to select filters more precisely according to specific requirements.

Contact Info:
Name: Mike Fox
Organization: Exeon Limited
Address: Unit 6, Fen End, Stotfold, Hitchin SG5 4BA UK
Phone: +44 (0) 1462 410010

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