Freudenberg is expanding its filter business strategically. In the United States, the Freudenberg business group Filtration Technologies acquires the Protect Plus Air Holding, Inc. from its current owner, the Indianapolis-based private equity firm...
In many areas of our working life, the wearing of respiratory masks makes a significant contribution to protecting employees against an infection with the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Freudenberg Filtration Technologies has developed a high-quality mask that...
The global technology group Freudenberg is expanding its filter business. The Freudenberg Filtration Technologies Business Group has signed a contract in China to purchase the majority shares of Apollo Air-cleaner Co., Ltd.
What would it be like if your house could breathe like your lungs, if you were greeted at the front door and your car parked itself in the garage? Smart Home systems and the Internet of Things are already beginning to influence the way we live today. But the future will see many more opportunities opening up, not least the composition and quality of indoor air.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 90 percent of the world‘s population live in places with poor air quality. This has serious health consequences, especially for children. A turnaround can only be achieved if particulate matter and harmful gas emissions from industry and private households are permanently reduced.
Some people may think that ficus, yucca palm and cat grass are nothing more than random plants – the opposite is true. Indoor plants are capable of more than just gathering dust on their limp leaves; scientists have proven their ability to clean the air. The most important insights, though, have been gleaned from aerospace research.
We only notice how valuable clean air is when it is absent. When particulate matter and smog determine our lives in the cities or the countryside and endanger the health of millions of people. So we decided to search out some unique places where you can breathe deeply without a care.
Home sweet home – this well-known saying conveys a sensible message. Because most of the time, our own home is where we feel most comfortable. Poor indoor air, in contrast, isn’t sweet at all: interior spaces can be full of pollutants that compromise the health of the inhabitants, in both modern and classic homes. However, no matter where they live, human beings have devised smart architectural solutions that help them breathe freely – and enjoy clean air.