A new Camfil case study at Music City Center, a well-known event center located in the heart of Nashville, Tennessee, exemplifies the difference that highly efficient air filtration can make in energy consumption, labor hours, and landfill waste over less effective solutions.
Better Air Filtration for Public Buildings
Music City Center is a 2.5 million square foot convention center in Nashville, Tennessee, known for hosting high-profile events, concerts, art exhibitions, industry conventions, and more. Understanding the importance of air quality for the safety and comfort of guests, the Center’s Director of Engineering set out to install the best air filtration available. Although this decision was made prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, it proved to be wise in retrospect as clean air became even more important.
After receiving a request for quote from the Center, Camfil’s Nashville Branch Manager, Adam Wiggins, offered to survey the site to determine the best possible solution. Camfil’s Mark Davidson interviewed Music City Center’s Director of Engineering alongside Mr. Wiggins about the process of updating the Center’s air filtration. (Watch the interview on Camfil’s YouTube channel.)
Camfil’s Air Filtration Solution for Nashville Event Center Lasted Three Full Years
To help Music City Center improve airflow and filtration, Adam surveyed the existing filtration in the Center’s HVAC system. Read the full case study on Camfil blog
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