There’s a lot to consider when choosing an air filter. From understanding how an air filter works to deciphering the common terms used in the filtration industry. So, we’ve compiled the following air filter guide to help you understand what you should be looking for and find the best filter for you.
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Selecting the ideal air filter for you means looking at your application, environment and objectives. Our air filter selection guide gives you an overview of the key considerations for choosing an air filter and details the key questions you should ask yourself.
It’s well known that making the right filter choice can substantially reduce your energy costs. The ISO 16890 has made it simple to choose the most appropriate filtration efficiency for your building. All qualifying air filters are classified from A+ to E – where A+ stands for the best energy performance and E represents the lowest. Look at our conversion from DIN EN 779:2012 to DIN EN ISO 16890 to select the most efficient air filter.
What’s does arrestance actually mean? Should you worry about DHC? And just what is the difference between a HEPA and an ULPA? There’s many terms that are specific to the air filtration industry, but our handy glossary of filter terms helps you answer all the questions and more.
They may look relatively simple, but there’s a lot of technology packed into an air filter. Our guide to filtration theory explains what’s going on inside the humble exterior of a filter, the key filtration mechanisms, and how particulate is actually caught.