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Panel Filters for HVAC Systems
So what are panel filters? Panel filters are simple air filters that remove dust and particulate contaminants from the air. They typically clean particles ranging in size from 1 micron to 50 microns using a negative pressure system.
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Our panel filters are designed for use in HVAC systems as prefilters or medium efficiency final filters. They are ideal for use in air conditioning or extraction in offices, schools, hospitals, workshops and much more. Our panel filters are manufactured with a card or metal case and synthetic pleated media or glass fibre filament media.
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A panel filter, typically used in air conditioning and HVAC systems, serves the essential function of trapping and removing airborne particles, such as dust, pollen, allergens, and contaminants, from the incoming air stream, thereby improving indoor air quality and protecting the system’s components from damage and reduced efficiency.
Panel filters make a significant difference in indoor air quality and the overall performance of air conditioning and HVAC systems by effectively trapping and removing airborne particles, contributing to a cleaner and healthier environment while safeguarding the system’s efficiency and longevity.
Panel air filters are generally effective and beneficial for improving indoor air quality and maintaining the performance of air conditioning and HVAC systems, as they efficiently capture and remove airborne particles, ensuring cleaner and healthier air while safeguarding the system from damage and reduced efficiency.
Cheap filters can be less effective than higher-quality filters in terms of capturing and removing airborne particles from the air, as they may have lower filtration efficiency and a shorter lifespan as well as a higher pressure drop, increasing energy costs and the environmental impact.
A panel air filter is a flat, rectangular air filtration device commonly used in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems and various other applications to improve indoor air quality. It consists of a frame typically made of cardboard, plastic, or metal, enclosing a filter media, which can be composed of materials like fiberglass, polyester, or pleated paper.