Air filter reduces energy and maintenance costs

Published:  05 July, 2012

Maintenance, refurbishment, air filtration, Nationwide Filter Company

Nationwide Filter Company is enjoying growing business from users of air filters switching over to its Bacticell air filter cartridges — with benefits beyond those of conventional bag filters. Benefits include longer life, up to 30% less fan energy, less waste and a Class A energy rating under the new test regime and guidance on the energy classification of air filers.

The housing for these filters can be reused, reducing the costs of waste disposal. Replaceable filter cells are also less costly to transport. The lower energy consumption is due to increased filtration area.

A standard depth allows for space saving when AHUs are designed.

For more information on this story, click here: July 2012, 89

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