In addition to our air filters for the home, Filters Fast now offers our own line of air filters for industrial and commercial applications. This new line of industrial filters consists of low-cost replacement and compatible filters for many popular brands, such as American Air, Airguard, Farr, Filtration Group, Glasfloss, Honeywell, Koch, Precisionaire, Purafil, Purolator, Trane, Tri-Dim, Trion and White Rodgers.
We have filters to match almost any application. These are just a few examples of industrial or commercial applications that our filters are ideal for: hospitals, schools, office buildings, general industrial, warehouses, computer rooms, paint booths, restaurants, health clubs, pet stores and veterinary clinics and doctor’s offices.
Of course, these are by no means the only applications that could benefit from our filters. If you’re looking for cost-effective way to improve your company’s indoor air quality, chances are we’ve probably got a filter for you, and for less than you’re paying now.
Our filters are tested and certified to ASHRAE standards and are offered in MERV 8, 11, 12, 13 and 14 ratings, depending on the application. Here are just a few examples of the industrial filters we now offer, which can all be found here:
• Pleated Panel Filters
• Rigid Cell Filters
• Synthetic Bag Filters
• V Cell Filters
• “Odor Killer” Carbon Pleated Panel Filters
• Pleated Inserts and Bulk Rolls
Let us know if you don’t see your filter type in the above list, as we can probably get it. This includes ring panel and cube filters for HVAC and paint overspray applications.
In addition to our large selection of filters, we also offer custom sizes and gasketing, as well as large quantity discounts. To find out if our filters can save you or your company money, give us a call at 866-438-3458 or e-mail us at [email protected]
Archives for February 2009
Brita has long promoted its pitcher water filters as an eco-friendly alternative to bottled water, and with good reason. A single pitcher filter can replace 300 standard bottles of water, which greatly reduces the amount of plastic water bottles that are not recycled.
Unfortunately, there is no option to recycle the Brita pitcher filters, which are encased in No. 5 plastics, a plastic not recycled in most communities.
Due in large part to online campaigns like Take Back The Filter, Brita has partnered with Preserve’s Gimme 5 program to take back and recycle 100 percent of the filter casings. Preserve will use the recycled filters in its line of eco-friendly household goods.
Through the program, which started in January of 2009, consumers can drop off their old Brita filters at participating Whole Foods Markets across the country. You can also choose to mail your filters to Preserve.
With Spring on its way, many are getting ready to cultivate their home gardens. Homegrown fruits and vegetables are often less expensive and healthier than their store-bought counterparts, as they are usually not grown with the same harmful pesticides and chemicals.
But this attempt at a more organic and healthier approach to gardening can be counterintuitive if you are still watering your garden with your garden hose. The chlorine found in your home’s water can be considered a toxic substance when it is used to water your garden, as chlorine reacts negatively with many natural compounds.
The Rainshow’r Gard’n Gro Garden Filter System is a completely non-toxic de-chlorinator that promotes healthy plant nutrition and growth in your garden by eliminating the harsh toxic effects of chlorinated water. The Gard’n Gro system attaches to your spigot and removes 85% of the chlorine from your garden hose water. It also preserves helpful microorganisms found in the soil, and will not harm ladybugs, lacewings and other beneficial nematodes that naturally ward off pest populations.
If you are into hydroponic gardening, consider the Rainshow’r Green Knight Hydroponic Dechlorinator, which promotes hydroponic plant growth by removing the toxic effects of chlorine from garden hose water by using Quartz crystals to aid plants in the absorption of nutrients. Like the Gard’n Gro, it screws directly onto your garden hose and removes 85-90 percent of Free Available Chlorine (FAC).