Dinair Group AB has evolved from a small company into one of Sweden’s largest manufacturers and suppliers of air filters. The following is a short chronology of the development, from the outset up until the present day.

1982
The Ekonomifilter company is established in Stockholm. The business idea is to manufacture large series standard filters at the ’right’ price.

1989
Dinair is established in Borås with the business idea of improving work environments and quality of indoor air for industry and real estate companies by way of a balanced filter choice.

1993
Dinair relocates to its own factory in Dannike outside Borås.

1997
Dinair is granted a patent for the Refill system for the DinPak pocket filter.

2003
Dinair enters a co-operation with Ekonomifilter and the product range is complemented. A strong team is created and growth gathers momentum. The company changes its name to Dinair Ekonomifilter AB.

2005
Filton AB in Helsingborg, Sweden, is acquired. The company develops absorbent and HEPA filter for OEM customers.

2005
Dinair Development AB is created and specializes in the development and manufacture of filter media.

2006
Filton SIA in Riga, Latvia, is established.

2006-2008
Dinair participates in a large development projects relating to electrospinning of nanofibres for HEPA and ULPA filters together with IFP Research in Mölndal, Sweden and the University of Gent, Belgium.

2007
Dinair launches its own in-house developed filter media ”Dinair Green” in renewable materials, so-called PLA.

2009
Dinair moves its head office to new spacious premises opposite the castle in Vadstena. We also built a filter laboratory here, which is also intended for educational activities.

2010
VINNOVA’s Forska&Väx award Dinair subsidiary, Filton AB, SEK 1 million for further development of energy-efficient air filters manufactured with nanofibres in combination with the PLAA bioplastic.

2010
Dinair Suodattimet Oy is established in Finland.

2012
Alder, a private environmental technology equity fund, becomes a shareholder in the Dinair Group.

2012
Dinair acquires Svenska Textilfilter.