New edition of the VDMA guideline “Manual cooling lubricants – Separating and Filtering”
02.09.2016 After two years of complete revision, the latest product of the Aerosols working group within the VDMA Air Pollution Control specialist department – the revised guideline “Manual cooling lubricants – Separating and Filtering” – is now available in print and as an online version.
Haustechniktag 2016: VDMA Building Technology Forum keeps at it
12.07.2016 “Only people who stay up to date professionally and position themselves well strategically can take advantage of decisive opportunities and get ahead. This applies to sports, business and the TGA (technical building equipment)/SHK (sanitation, heating, air conditioning and renewable energies) sector,” said Markus Sironi, editor-in-chief of IKZ-Haustechnik/IKZ-FACHPLANER, in his welcome speech to the approx. 125 participants at this year's Haustechniktag on July 6 and 7 in Frankfurt.
VDMA brochure on smoke-free welding – now available online in English
06.07.2016 The VDMA brochure “Smoke-free welding – Detection, extraction and filtering” is now available online in English.
IFAT 2016 – 50 years of growth and success in the environmental technology sector
24.06.2016 • Some 138,000 visitors from more than 170 nations • 3,097 exhibitors from 59 countries • Exhibitors and visitors even more international once again • VDMA joint stand on air pollution control, with live garden
IFAT 2016: Air pollution control makes industrial processes sustainable
30.05.2016 The Live Garden themed park is the central element of the 150 m² VDMA joint stand, where demonstrators help IFAT visitors to experience air pollution control technologies in use under the motto “Air pollution control is added value! Preventive. Integrated. Reclaiming.”
VDMA creates a “live garden” at the IFAT environmental technology trade fair
30.09.2015 VDMA and member companies from the Air Pollution Control department will be making a joint appearance at the IFAT in Munich for the first time, sharing a booth that includes the live garden themed park.
The department of Air Pollution Control is comprised of around 95 companies that manufacture extraction systems and devices for a wide range of user sectors, particularly occupational health and safety and environmental protection. The industrial sector of ventilation and dust removal technology is constantly developing innovative technical solutions that make it easier to meet the legal requirements. They offer a wide range of possibilities for removing dust, smoke, aerosols and gases.
The Air Pollution Control department of the Air Handling Technology Association has developed a compilation of all its publications, most of which can be downloaded free of charge. (Dated: June 2016)