Frequently Asked Questions

Air filters improve indoor air quality by capturing pollutants, allergens, and contaminants. They are vital for a healthier, more comfortable environment in commercial, industrial, and residential settings.

Our filters are compatible with most HVAC systems. Refer to your system's manual or contact our team for compatibility assurance.

Lead times vary based on order size and product availability. For specific delivery timelines or expedited options, please contact our sales team.

Yes, we offer sample filters. Contact our sales team to request a sample for testing and evaluation.

As a general rule of thumb, standard filters should be replaced every 1-3 months, while high efficiency filters may last up to 6-12 months. 

The frequency of air filter changes depends on several factors, including the type of filter and level of pollution in your area. Monitor your filter regularly. If it's visibly dirty or if you notice a decline in airflow, it's time for a replacement. 

Our filters are designed for one-time use. Regular replacement ensures consistent air quality and system efficiency.

Adhere to local regulations for proper disposal. Check with local authorities for guidelines on recycling or disposal of used filters.

Guidelines for Disposal:

  • Check Local Regulations: Some areas may have specific guidelines for certain types of filters.
  • Seal the Filter: If the filter has trapped dust, allergens, or pollutants, seal it in a plastic bag before disposing of it to prevent the release of particles.
  • Contact the Manufacturer: For specific guidance, contact us. We may provide instructions on proper disposal based on the filter's materials.

Here are general guidelines for common types of air filters:

  1. Fiberglass Filters:
    • Fiberglass filters are generally not recyclable. Dispose of them in the regular trash.
  2. Pleated Filters (Cardboard Frame):
    • If the filter is made of cardboard and does not contain hazardous materials, it can be disposed of in the regular trash.
  3. HEPA Filters:
    • HEPA filters often contain materials like fiberglass and metal. Check the manufacturer's instructions for specific disposal guidelines. 
  4. Activated Carbon Filters:
    • If the filter has been used for odor or chemical removal, it should be handled as hazardous waste. Check with local authorities for proper disposal options.

Remember that improper disposal of certain types of filters, especially those containing hazardous materials, can harm the environment. Always prioritize environmentally responsible disposal methods.

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