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Founded in 2001, HumiClear is an environmental company specializing in “Humidity and “Bacterial” control for the commercial refrigeration industry. Using a 100% natural and environmentally safe blend of minerals, HumiClear is the exclusive manufacturer and distributor of the family of filters.

The unique HumiClear natural filter technology when placed in the cooler allows the absorption of excess moisture (humidity). In addition it also allows the subsequent release of this moisture back into the refrigerator when it becomes too dry.

This in turn allows the filter to regulate and control” the relative humidity inside the cooler for the perfect storage of fresh food. In addition HumiClear filters are now engineered to kill off Staphylococcus & E.Coli should they come into contact with the filters.

The mineral inside the filter has been constantly refined and analyzed over the years and is now made up of a mix of pure natural minerals and this exclusive combination is the reason for the superb performance of our range of HumiClear filters. The current family of HumiClear filters are all engineered to be anti-bacterial for life together with an outstanding capacity to remove excess moisture, kill off mold and mildew, control odors whilst at the same time preserving all the fresh food. It has taken many laboratory tests and literally tens of thousands of trials to perfect our unique range of HumiClear filters.

Our HumiClear filters create an amazing range of benefits when placed in a commercial refrigerator and this together with the service delivered is a truly fantastic addition to any Kitchen. Nobody knows more about the typical walk-in cold room or under counter fridge than our employees. We bring together a full range of expertise to any kitchen whatever the problem or questions we may face. Whether its a problem with food storage  or engineering, HumiClear has the answers and can help you with answers to find the right solution.

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