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HVAC Filter Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial HVAC filter manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source HVAC filter manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These HVAC filter companies can design, engineer and manufacture HVAC filters to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these HVAC filter manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of factory direct hvac filters, hvac electrostatic filters, high efficiency filters hvac.

  • Glasgow, DE 302-731-1700

    Founded over three decades ago we have been providing exceptional air filters since our inception. We are dedicated to ensuring that our customers are receiving the highest quality products and services in the industry in order to keep them coming back to us for all of their needs. We provide some of the quickest turnaround times in the industry; allow us to put that service to work for you! Visit our website today!

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  • Mt. Clemens, MI 800-343-3610

    D-Mark specializes in odor removal filters and pollution control products, as well as HVAC filters. We provide products like odor and pollution control pads, carbon air filters, air filters, rolls, blankets and more. Our products are thin-bed adsorptive. Air filtration has been our focus since 1970.

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  • Sumter, SC 800-849-5646

    Carolina Filters is an industry leader for indoor air quality, parts cleaning and process equipment cleaning in the southeast. Our South Carolina based company has serviced a variety of facilities from Tennessee to the Bahamas. From healthcare buildings to tire manufacturing plants, we have IAQ experience you can rely on and trust. Our cleaning division has removed polymer and other contaminants from parts and filters throughout the world.

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  • Saint Laurent, QC 888-852-8247

    AllerAir is proud to offer air purifiers that feature the deepest carbon beds on the market, with up to 40 different proprietary carbon blends. Their carbon beds are made up of actual granular pieces of carbon, not crushed carbon, and can be customized with between 4 pounds and 120 pounds of carbon to efficiently absorb most gasses, odors and chemicals.

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  • Itasca, IL 630-773-1363

    It is our mission here at Solberg Manufacturing, Inc. to provide our customers with outstanding air filters. Our reliable filters are long-lasting and hassle-free. These devices come in a wide range of configurations such as permanent, disposable, media and specialty. If you would like more information then please give one of our representatives a call today!

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HVAC Filters

HVAC filters are any device used to aid in the purification of air that is moved through heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. These filters remove impurities and contaminants such as human skin particles, pet dander, pollen, fabric particles, microbes and bacteria that are common in residential, industrial and commercial environments.

HVAC systems are used in nearly all buildings and operate by drawing air through ductwork, heating or cooling it, and then releasing it into the building. These systems are therefore integral to maintaining interior air quality. Filters found in HVAC systems help to clean the air before it is put into circulation. While filtration can improve human and animal health by removing potentially dangerous microbes and allergens, it is also essential to protecting the ventilation equipment to increase efficiency and longevity. HVAC filters keep particulates from clogging the machine. Failure to use or clean air cleaner filters regularly can result in equipment failure due to hindered airflow. Improperly maintained HVAC filters result in higher energy and repair costs. To avoid these added costs and possible damage, many ventilation systems come with not just one filter, but a series. Though filters are needed at the point of air intake to eliminate build up in the fans and ductwork, several heaters and air conditioners have secondary filters at the air exhaust to further improve air quality. Different types of HVAC filters, which vary in style, size and materials, offer different degrees of filtration resulting in varied levels of air quality. Although filters are found in virtually every HVAC system which are found in virtually every modern building, some industries including medical, biopharmaceutical and food processing use specialized HEPA air filters and ULPA filters which are extremely effective in removing even microscopic particulates.

HEPA and ULPA filters are often very expensive and must be cleaned or replaced frequently. Though these types are used in HVAC systems, more common filters used in ventilation include fiberglass filters, polyester media pads and electrostatic filters. The filter panel, which is a physical barrier that allows air but only limited particulates through, varies in construction for each type. Fiberglass is the most common and cost effective type of HVAC filter available. The panel is made of spun fiberglass fibers which create a web-like sheet. Often fiberglass is reinforced with metal mesh before being fitted to a heavy cardboard frame. Polyester filter media pads are similarly constructed, but a combination of fibers such as ceramic, carbon, glass fiber and cotton may be spun with the polyester to increase durability and the reduce porosity letting fewer particulates pass. Frames vary in construction from heavy cardboard to metals such as aluminum. Electrostatic filters, unlike fiberglass and polyester assortments, do more than simply block particulates. In these filters the panel has an electrostatic charged, thus drawing dust and debris to it in addition to blocking it. While some come pre-charged, the air flow over these polypropylene fibers is often enough to create the static charge needed for improved filtration. These filters can also be housed in cardboard or galvanized frames.

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