Air Filter General Use and Application - Filtration

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Air filtration or Air Filters are used and design into gas/air flow systems  to remove particulates from the air flow to what is termed as "air conditioning." 

The use of filters is a simple technique of removing and preventing air born particles from clogging heating/cooling fins or radiators to as small as 0.1 micron which could cause significant performance degradation in the air flow system as well as damage the heat exchanger system.

Air filters and filtration techniques are used for a wide variety of purposes, some of which include:

  • Improving the occupants breathable environment.
  • Protecting  a facilities walls, ceiling, equipment etc. from air-born particle damage.
  • Protecting the contents of occupied building spaces such as; items of artistic historic or cultural value.
  • Elimination or minimizing fire hazards.
  • Improving shelf life of perishable food products by removing airborne mold.
  • Removing airborne bacteria from controlled environment such operating rooms.
  • Filtering or removing air born particulates which could damage sensitive micro electronic devices within clean rooms.

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