Better filtration is the first step in improving Indoor Air Quality. Pleated Panel Filters outperform ordinary furnace filters with higher efficiency and lower pressure drop allowing air-handling systems to stay cleaner and operate more efficiently. We achieve this with 100% synthetic electrostatically charged gradient density media, optimum pleat spacing and high initial and sustained efficiency, high dust holding capacity and very low pressure drop. The media is resistant to a wide range of chemicals, does not absorb moisture and will not support microbial growth.
Catches and holds more pollen, dust, dirt, etc. than standard pads or panel type HVAC filters creating a healthier IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) environment
Medium efficiency filtration protects expensive HVAC equipment from the effect of dirty air and significantly reduces costly building maintenance
Extends life of more expensive secondary filters (RIGID, CELLS, HEPAS, BAGS, etc.)
Can last up to four times the life of standard pads or panel type filters thereby drastically reduces material and maintenance and labor costs
MERV 8 filter media
Air filters are pleated media type
The filter media consists of 100% synthetic electrostatically charged thermally bonded fibers with no chemical binders
The media is continuously bonded to a 30 guage galvanized, corrosion resistant, expanded metal support grid with an effective open area of 96%
The media is pleated to maximize surface area and dust holding and minimize airflow resistance
The enclosure frames are constructed of high wet strength, moisture resistant beverage board
Diagonal support members of the frame are bonded to the air entering and exit apexes of each pleat to prevent pleat collapse and filter bowling
The inside periphery of the enclosing frame is completely bonded to the outer edges of the filter media to prevent bypass
The air filters are listed and rated by Underwriters Laboratory as UL class 2 and have a maximum teperature rating of 180 degrees Farenheit
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