Part 2 of FAQS ON AIR FILTERS-ANSWERS FROM AN AIR FILTRATION EXPERT

Part 2 of our series, “Answers to frequently asked questions about air filtration,” covers topics such as energy and cost savings, air filters for pharmaceutical applications, MERV ratings, the lifespan of air filters, and how to tell if your air filter is clogged. In addition to these topics, we also address the importance of regular … Read more

FAQs on air filters-answers from an air filtration expert

There is a lot of good information on air filters and air filtration systems on the internet. However, there are also a lot of myths. For example, did you know that even if an air filter looks dirty, it may still have plenty of life left? Also, not all air filters are made equal. The … Read more

HEPA air filters in Canada- What does your industry need?

There are a few different types of HEPA filters available in Canada today that vary in design, depending on the use. HEPA filters are essential when getting the absolute cleanest air is the primary goal. They effectively remove the smallest particles and pollutants, such as PM2.5, PM1, and airbourne viruses. HEPA filters have a wide … Read more

An Expert’s Guide to Air Filter Changeouts

The seasonal changeout of air filters in HVAC systems for public and private buildings is an essential maintenance task, especially when there are significant changes in environmental conditions, such as going from cool to warm or warm to cool weather. Another consideration for seasonal changeouts is changing humidity levels. Properly maintaining air filters ensures better … Read more

Can quality air filtration in schools lead to better student well-being, higher achievement?

The importance of air filtration for schools has been magnified recently due to the spread of airbourne illnesses, but also because recent studies show how poor indoor air quality can affect test scores, cognition, problem-solving, and grades, and can cause chronic cardiovascular diseases. What can we do about air quality in educational facilities in Canada? … Read more

Eager to Go On Vacation? Air Quality, Health Considerations For Your Hotel Stay

How Canadians can safely stay in hotels

Health and Safety Risks Associated with Poor Indoor Air Quality and Inadequate air filtration in Hotels Canadians are traveling more than ever these days due to the fact that in recent times travel was restricted and less accessible. If outstanding hotel cleanliness was a selling point for guests before, it most definitely is more so … Read more

The Importance of Proper Air Filtration for Hospitals & Healthcare Facilities

Air filtration for hospitals is crucial for maintaining a clean and healthy environment for patients, staff, and visitors. High-efficiency air filters can help remove harmful bacteria, harmful particles, and contaminants from the air, reducing the risk of infections and illnesses. Maintenance of HVAC systems and air purifiers, as well as a properly scheduled air filter … Read more

When and why should I change my HVAC air filter?

Written by Air Filter Expert Jon Holmes Dirty, dusty filters; no one likes changing them, but they play such an important role in tenant comfort and building efficiency.  Unfortunately, many times building operators aren’t getting the best value for their filter spend because air filters are either changed too soon, resulting in increased labour and … Read more

The Best Air Filters in Alberta

Air quality concerns in Alberta Alberta faces air quality issues due to industrial production, vehicle traffic, oil and gas extraction, and wildfires. These pollutants release harmful pollutants, causing respiratory problems and health issues. The Province of Alberta aims to reduce carbon emissions in all industries. What are the best air filters available in Alberta? We … Read more

The best energy saving air filters in British Columbia

Air quality in British Columbia is a major concern due to the prevalence of industrial pollution and traffic pollution from tailpipe emissions, as well as B.C. wildfires during warmer weather.  Harmful pollutants are released into the air, such as particulate matter PM2.5 and PM1, carbon monoxide, and nitrogen oxide. These pollutants can cause respiratory problems … Read more

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