Vapor Activated Carbon Filters for Airports

The demand for air travel continues to increase – and this brings an increase in the number of people, support vehicles, and various diesel engines adding an alarming number of particulates and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in the air within airports.

Airports Air Filtration Needs

While many industries serve large numbers of people on a day-to-day basis, airports present a special challenge because of the many processes that happen in close proximity. Just outside the passenger holding areas of airports are several different pieces of equipment producing air pollutants and particulates that quickly start circulating within the air in the airport.

Examples of air pollutants specific to airport environments include: 

  • Diesel fuel & aircraft hydrocarbons
  • Ground support equipment
  • Baggage handling vehicles
  • Aircraft maintenance vehicles
  • Auxiliary power units & portable generators
  • Passenger transport (shuttles, taxis, & buses)
  • Fuel, catering, & hydrant trucks
  • Personal vehicles

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