In the food industry, air filtration is critical to maintain hygiene standards and ensure food safety in food production facilities and processing areas. Food production must be carried out adhering to certain standards in order to protect the health of consumers. Pollutants emerging during food and beverage production processes cause product losses, high costs, and also pose a great risk to human health. Therefore, in order to prevent possible risks, air quality should be monitored with the most precise measurements and factors that may cause any contamination should be avoided. Air filters; It is used in food production facilities, packaging areas, storage areas, cleaning rooms, logistics, sales.

Importance of Air Filtration in the Food and Beverage Industry:


Product Quality: Air filtration ensures that products are produced under hygienic conditions by capturing bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms that may contaminate food products. Clean air reduces the risk of contamination of products and ensures that safe and healthy products are offered to the consumer. It also protects product quality by extending the shelf life of products.
Consumer Health: Air filtration protects consumer health by cleaning the air in production facilities and removing microorganisms. Health problems that may arise as a result of consuming contaminated products are prevented.
Employee Health: Air filtration systems that provide clean air protect the health of employees in production facilities. Filtering harmful particles in the air reduces the risk of employees contracting respiratory diseases.
Hygiene: Air filtration helps ensure hygienic conditions in production facilities. Removing airborne pollutants and microorganisms prevents product contamination and keeps production facilities clean.
Production Efficiency: Air filtration systems that provide clean air enable production equipment and facilities to operate efficiently for longer. Polluted air can damage equipment and negatively affect the production process.


The average particle density of 0.5 microns in the air in facilities such as food processing or water filling is around 500,000 to 1,000,000 particles/ft³. Bacteria tend to be carried and spread by adhering to these particles. To minimize this risk throughout the industry, FED209E recommends that the air quality be “Class 1000” or “Class 10,000” at every point where food products come into contact with air. With NAF Filter solutions, the average bacterial concentration can be reduced by 99% or more.
With its experience in air filtration, NAF Filter finds the source of contamination and offers solutions to eliminate the problem. It also provides suggestions for improving the filtration process to meet the relevant cleanliness class requirements.

As NAF FİLtre, we offer filtration and project solutions at every step of the production, storage, logistics, sales and retail chain in the food industry.