Replacement Air Filters
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Glacier Technology Makes Air Filter Replacement Easy
Cartridge Dust Collector Filters, Mist Collectors and Baghouses. HEPA Filters, Overbags, Panel Filters, Multi-Pleat, Powder Booth Filters, Pamics, and HVAC Filters and more.
No one has time to think about replacement air filters. But when it comes to the safety and service life of your equipment, air filter replacement is crucial. All industrial air filtration systems require periodic replacement of the air filters to maintain optimal equipment performance.
- Replacement Types
- Replacement Quality
- MERV Ratings
We offer replacement filters for the following brands:
- Air King
- Camfil Farr TenKay
- Camfil Farr Gold Cone
- Donaldson Torit DFT
- Donaldson Torit DFO
- DSP Monoxivent
- Filter 1
- Micro Air
- Murphy Rogers
- Royal Filter Mist
If you don’t see your filter brand listed, give us a call. We’ll help you find a replacement filter to meet your needs!
We offer the following replacement filters types:
- Baghouse collector filters
- Carbon filters
- Cartridge filters
- Coalescing filters
- Custom designed filters
- Fabric filters
- Final filters
- HEPA air filters
- Off line filtration
- Pleated air filters
- Vee bag air filters
If you don’t see your filter type listed, give us a call. We’ll help you find a replacement air filter to meet your needs!
Air filters play an important role in a wide range of processes and applications, from HVAC to industrial dust collection to vehicles. By filtering and capturing contaminants from the air stream, air filters not only keep air clean and safe to breath, they prevent equipment wear and failure due to the build-up of dirt and grime on internal components.
Ignoring air filter replacement or choosing low cost, unrated filters for your system can have disastrous consequences. Not only are health and safety compromised, equipment failure can lead to expensive downtime and lost profits.
As a wholistic supplier of replacement air filters and equipment, we understand the importance of finding the best quality filter for your particular system and environment. Our experience and expertise in air filtration applications enables us to assist you in finding the replacement air filter that will meet your needs and stay within your budget.
Nanofibers are used as a performance layer for industrial air filtration needs. A nanofiber layer is created through an electro-spinning process that produces a very fine, continuous, resilient fiber of 0.2 – 0.3 micron in diameter, which is then attached to a filtration media substrate material. The nanofibers create an intricate web with extremely fine interwoven spaces on the surface of the filter substrate.
This construct collects dirt, dust, and contaminants on the surface of the filter. Nanofiber air filters offer a number of benefits over conventional filters built with commodity filtration media including higher efficiency, lower pressure drop, lower compressed air consumption, configuration flexibility, and longer filter life.
While premium nanofiber performance layer filters cost more commodity media filters, for some applications, the benefits derived make nanofiber technology well-worth the investment.
Air filter performance is measured in terms of particle size removal efficiency or PSE. PSE is the percentage of particles within a given size band that the filter can capture.
Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value (MERV) is a measure of air filter performance. MERV ratings are determined by performance in tests designed by The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). The chart below shows the range of MERV ratings:
|Merv Rating||Particle Size||Efficiency||Filter Example|
|1-4||> 10 Microns||65% – 80%||Disposable Residental
Washable Aluminum Mesh
|5-8||3-10 Microns||80% – 90%||Pleated Filters
Paint Booth Filters
|9-12||1-3 Microns||90% – 95%||Cartridge Filters
|13-16||0.3-1 Micron||95% – 99%||Cartridge Filters
|17-20||Less than 0.3 Micron||99.97% – 99.9999%||HEPA Filters (Cleanroom,
NOTE: To understand the size of a micron, consider that a grain of salt is about 300 microns across.