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OEM Air Filter vs. Knockoffs: What’s a Better Choice?

Posted by Barry Kindt on

Changing the filters in your air filtration or heating and cooling systems is one of the largest components to keeping a safe and clean home or office environment. Especially in today’s world, breathing clean air shouldn’t be taken lightly. Changing your air filters on schedule is particularly significant, but 1 out of every 5 people believe it’s not important to do.  The damage that can be caused by a lack of regular filter replacement reaches beyond just dirty air, and heavily into your wallet. Your HVAC system can suffer and require costly repairs if it’s frequently trying to operate with...

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Can Your Furnace Air Filters Help Fight Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

Posted by Barry Kindt on

It’s become quite a cliche statement, but we really are experiencing “unprecedented times,” nearly ONE YEAR later. To help stop the spread of COVID-19, it’s important to take safety precautions in many aspects of our lives. These measures include your use of “central” furnace and air conditioning filters in your home and/or office. The Basics of Air Filters The filter’s primary function is to protect the operation of the equipment, not the occupants of homes or businesses! Sounds outrageous, doesn’t it? We call the typical 1-inch thick filter you’ll find at “box” stores “boulder catchers”; certainly NOT appropriate to catch...

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If my home's air filters are clean when I change them, are they really working?

Posted by Ad Min on

What should I do if my air filter looks clean when it's time to change it? According to Freddie Williams, an instructor of air-conditioning technology at Lanier Technical College in Oakwood, Ga., high-grade filters are the most efficient way to clean the air in your home. But what do they look like when they've done their job? When it's time to change your filter -- anywhere from 1 to 3 months after you installed a fresh one -- it should look dirty. "A build-up of dust is usually apparent," Williams said. "There should be gray, ashy-looking material on the duct...

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Replacement filters now available for Abatement Technologies portable vacuums

Posted by Ken Tharp on

These filters are available for these portable vacuums: H2500 (serial #s 1155 and higher) H2500IV H2500TF PPV This package ships with 1 filter.For more details and purchase info:https://hepafiltersales.com/products/abatement-technologies-h2520-99-24-x-18-x-6-hepa-filter

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Nano Platinum filter by Mitsubishi now available on hepafiltersales.com

Posted by Ken Tharp on

This OEM replacement filter uses platinum to absorb unpleasant odors at the molecular level. This model is for use with the following Mitsubishi ductless mini split units:MSZ-GL06NA-U1MSZ-GL09NA-U1MSZ-GL12NA-U1MSZ-GL15NA-U1MSY-GL09NA-U1MSY-GL12NA-U1MSY-GL15NA-U1Cleaning is recommended every two weeks and should be replaced every 12 months. One pack contains 1 filter. (Note that all of the above indoor units require 2 replacement air filters).For more details and purchase info:https://hepafiltersales.com/products/mitsubishi-u01-a01-100-filter-for-msz-gl06na-u1-msz-gl09na-u1-msz-gl12na-u1-msz-gl15na-u1-msz-gl18na-u1-msz-gl24na-u1-msy-gl09na-u1-msy-gl12na-u1-msy-gl15na-u1-msy-gl18na-u1-msy-gl24na-u1

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