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Industrial Ventilation 


The Nederman Group is a world leading supplier and developer of products and solutions within the environmental technology sector.


As a global leader in industrial air filtration and resource management, Nedrrman is committed to playing a vital role for sustainable and efficient industrial production.




All our solutions combine care for the environment and for employee health by improving work efficiency and production economy, making our products both ecologically efficient and economically efficient. In our vision we combine these two concepts under a common name: eco-efficiency.


Nederman has a long history


In 1944 the company was founded in Sweden by Philip Nederman. The Company became a pioneer in developing solutions for air pollution control inside production facilities, protecting workers health and improving their workplace.

In 2010 Nederman acquired Dantherm Filtration, forming the world’s leading company within industrial air filtration, supplying solutions for air pollution control for both the inside and the outside of factories. The company also offers leading solutions for resource management, i.e. recycling, waste handling, media supply, etc.


Together with Nederman, we offer total solutions:

 Pre-studies      Planning     System Design   Installation   Commissioning   Training       Maintenance


Nederman's products and solutions contribute to improved production economics, reduce the strain on the environment from various industrial processes and protect people from harmful dust and particles, fibers, gas, welding fume and smoke, vehicle exhaust and oil mist. 

Extraction and Filtration

Dust and particles, Welding fumes, Exhaust fumes, Solvents Gases and odors, Explosive substances and Oil mist.

Nederman is the world leader in industrial air filtration and with over 70 years of experience in extraction and filtration of various air contaminants. We offer the widest range of products and solutions on the market for extraction and filtration of:

  • Explosive substances  

  • Dust and particles

  • Welding fumes

  • Exhaust fumes

  • Solvents

  • Gases and odors

  • Oil mists

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