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FURNACE FILTERS

filters-1WE HAVE THE FILTER TO FIT YOUR FURNACE

AirMaxx has professional furnace filters available; Better quality at big box prices. Higher quality filters that are specially designed for your system – Stop buying filters that don’t protect your investment. We provide the filters that will.

SELF-SEALING BIO FILTERS

filters-2Our Self-Sealing Bio Filters solve air leak problems that are inherent to most standard cardboard frame filters. Most filter racks must be built slightly larger than the filter itself in order to allow your furnace filter to slide in freely, thus allowing for air leaks around the filter.

Our filters have additional media that seal the free space in your filter rack. They have also been tested to have less resistance to airflow than a cardboard framed pleated filter in the same MERV rating class.

If you are looking to filter air borne particulates through the filter with lower airflow resistance once the filter loads, than this is the filter of choice.

4″ MAXX-PLEAT HIGH FLOW FILTERS

We custom fabricate our MAXX Pleat filters to truly be the most air leak resistant filter in the market place. Using only the highest quality closed cell gasket on a 4 inch pleated filter with full surface coverage.

MAXX-PLEAT Filter Uses:

  • To replace most electronic air cleaner systems
  • Stand alone Whole house filtration devices

AVAILABLE FILTERS:

  • Residential Replacement 1″, 2″, 3″, 4″, and 5″ inch Filters
  • Activated Carbon Filters
  • Polyester Filters
  • Pleated Filters
  • High Efficiency Mini-pleats
  • Ring Panel Filters
  • Link Filters
  • Cube Filters
  • Sleeve Filters
  • Odor Control Filters
  • Extended Surface Bag Filters
  • Rigid Type (Box) Filters
  • V-Bank Filters
  • Automatic Roll – Replacement Filters
  • Filter Media Pads
  • Filter Media Rolls HEPA & 95% DOP Filters

Clean Air Options For Your Home

How do filters work?

There are 4 ways a filter captures airborne particles. Below you will see the airborne particle in red. the filter fibers/media in black. and the air stream/flow as an arrow. The air stream will continue as the filter media stops the particle.

  • Sieving:

    This is when the particle matter is physically too large to pass through the filters fiber spaces.

  • Impaction:

    This method works on those large. heavy particles that are in the air stream. Since these particles are heavier than the air stream that carries them. as this air stream slows down due to it hitting the filter media the heavy particle continues in a straight line (like a slingshot) and collides with the filter media were it is trapped and held.

  • Diffusion:

    This method works on the smallest particles. Essentially as these particles move through the air stream they collide with the fiber and are collected by the filter fibers.

  • Interception:

    This process works on mid-size particles that are too large for diffusion and too small for impaction. As these particles pass through the filter media they are captured or intercepted when they touch the filter fiber.

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