Why is the Application of High Quality Air Filters Important in Cannabis Cultivation? Camfil Canada Clean Air Solutions

Air filtration experts break down the cannabis cultivation process inCanada and provide tips for protecting cannabis plants and employees.



In this news air filtration experts break down the cannabis cultivation process, address key concerns for cannabis producers, and provide tips for protecting cannabis plants and ensuring employee safety.

On October 17th, 2018, Canada legalized cannabis production and consumption for those over the age of 181. Since its legalization, the once taboo image of cannabis has shifted to one that is widely accepted and profitable. In fact, in the past three years that cannabis has become legal, the industry has contributed $17 billion of economic output to the Canadian economy2. Cannabis manufacturers attempt to grow plants to the highest standard, and this process can be quite complex. As such, these manufacturers must take care to protect their processes and people.

What is the Cannabis Cultivation Process in Canada?

The average growth cycle for cannabis is eight to twelve weeks, and producers can choose to operate in three different ways:

  1. Outdoors, similar to a farm (harvest once a year)
  2. Greenhouse, similar to some plants and vegetables (harvest four times a year)
  3. Fully inclosed (harvest six to eight times a year)

Why is the Application of High Quality Air Filters Important in Cannabis Cultivation?

To adequately meet the challenges in cannabis cultivation, particle and molecular filtration are both necessary. Particulate filters improve indoor air quality (IAQ) for better consistency in crops and yield maximization. Molecular filtration accounts for the odors generated by the terpenes.

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About Camfil Canada Clean Air Solutions

For more than half a century, Camfil has been helping people breathe cleaner air. As a leading manufacturer of premium clean air solutions, we provide commercial and industrial systems for air filtration and air pollution control that improve worker and equipment productivity, minimize energy use, and benefit human health and the environment. We firmly believe that the best solutions for our customers are the best solutions for our planet, too. That’s why every step of the way – from design to delivery and across the product life cycle – we consider the impact of what we do on people and on the world around us. Through a fresh approach to problem-solving, innovative design, precise process control, and a strong customer focus we aim to conserve more, use less and find better ways – so we can all breathe easier.

The Camfil Group is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, and has 33​ manufacturing sites, six R&D centers, local sales offices in 30 countries, and about 4,80​0 employees and growing. We proudly serve and support customers in a wide variety of industries and in communities across the world. To discover how Camfil Canada can help you to protect people, processes and the environment, visit us at www.camfil.com/en-ca/.

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