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Market-leading carbon filter systems for high-efficiency air filtration, odour control, and VOC abatement.

Air Filtration Systems

AAC Eurovent has over 30 years’ experience in the design and manufacture of high-efficiency air filtration systems. We combine our specialist knowledge and expertise to deliver turnkey carbon filter solutions for complex odour control and VOC abatement scenarios in commercial, educational, residential and industrial applications.

For bespoke air filtration projects, we take a consultative approach, and our competitively priced carbon filter design and manufacture service ensures that you get the right filtration solution for your needs.

Custom Engineered Turnkey Carbon Filter Solutions For Energy From Waste Plants

AAC Eurovent project manages and delivers innovative, custom-designed turnkey carbon filter solutions for air filtration applications in Waste to Energy Plants, with complex VOC and odour compositions.

We have the capability to design custom carbon filter solutions to suit any project requirements.

Innovative NOx Filter Systems

AAC Eurovent’s NOx filter systems are designed and manufactured in the UK and are based on our market-leading Nitrosorb technology. These high-performance NOx filter systems, rated between 8l/s and 8,000l/s, have been specifically designed to mitigate indoor levels of NOx in Air Quality Management Areas, where levels of outdoor NO2 & NOx exceed the maximum level (40ug/m3) stated in The EU Directive 2008/50/EC (the CAFE Directive) European Union Air Quality and Clean Air for Europe 2008.

Our NOx filters are widely accepted by planners UK wide and are routinely specified by mechanical consultants for new build and retrofit projects in residential, hotels, schools, offices, and student accommodation schemes.

Carbon Filtration for Wastewater Tanks & Sewage Treatment Plants

AAC Eurovent provides a full range of standard and bespoke carbon filter systems, designed for effective inorganic and organic odour control and VOC removal in wastewater tanks and sewage treatment plants, including pumping stations, wet wells, dry wells, effluent storage and settling tanks.

World Class Carbon Filters For Odour Control in Commercial Kitchen Extraction Systems

We use cutting edge carbon filter technology to design and manufacture high-performance standard and bespoke odour control systems for air filtration projects in commercial kitchens.

For high-efficiency smoke and grease reduction, we offer the competitively priced range of electrostatic precipitators.

Also available is the Xtract series of ozone generators that are designed to deliver effective odour control and grease reduction in commercial and industrial kitchen extract canopies and ductwork systems in a single unit.

Odour Control & VOC Abatement for Air Filtration Projects in the Commercial, Industrial & Educational Sectors

Our state-of-the-art carbon filter systems are designed for use in air filtration applications in the commercial, industrial and educational sectors.

Using innovative carbon filter technology, we deliver a full range of standard and bespoke VOC abatement and odour control solutions that retain a competitive edge.

AAC PR carbon filters are routinely specified by mechanical consultants for air filtration projects, both in the UK and internationally.

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