Frozen Delights

Today is Frozen Food Day which means it is time to celebrate all of the delicious foods and snacks you have stored in your freezer. Who invented frozen food you might ask? Well, frozen food has always been around in climates that were cold enough for food to freeze. In 1924, Clarence Birdseye is credited with inventing the quick freezing method, which produces the type of frozen foods that we know today.

To help ensure that your frozen delights are of the best quality, Filters Fast has a few suggestions:

The Frigidaire Universal Icemaker Installation Kit gives you ready made ice from your freezer right when you need it. This kit comes with an easy-to-use instruction guide for trouble-free installation. It is compatible with upright freezers and many other brands such as Electrolux and White-Westinghouse.

The Frigidaire PureAir Ultra Refrigerator Air Filter eliminates foul odors from both your freezer and refrigerator. This will keep your fridge free of food smells such as onion, garlic and fish. This long lasting air filter is easy to change and replace and can last up to 6 months. In addition to fresh smells, it will improve the taste of ice and prevents the cross-contamination of foods.

The HM Digital TM-1 Digital Thermometer is an industrial grade digital thermometer that can be used in a variety of different applications. It can be used not only for freezers/coolers, but also for aquariums, kitchens, bakeries, motors, generators and ventilation systems. This thermometer is small, compact and very versatile.

Celebrating this day is actually quite easy. Simply put, all you have to do is eat frozen meals.  Frozen dinners, ice cream, or anything else you can think of, will be a great way to celebrate the occasion. So put down that sandwich and enjoy those frozen delights!

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Get a Jump on Allergy Season with New Air Filters

AllergiesEven though it’s mid-January it’s not too early to start thinking about the approaching allergy season. Whether you suffer from itchy eyes, sneezing, dry throat, or congestion, one possible solution is to change the air filters in your home. Normally we view outdoor air as the source of a lot of allergy or respiratory problems, but indoor air often has many contaminants that can negatively impact your health.

At Filters Fast, we sell several air filters that can prepare you for the upcoming allergy season:

Filters Fast MERV 13 Return Grille Air Filter

The Filters Fast MERV 13 Return Grille Air Filter – 5″ is 5 inches thick and comes in several different sizes to match your home. This return grille air filter reduces dust, dirt, pet dander, mold spores, and bacteria, and at least 90% of all particles between 1 and 10 microns in size. Measuring 5 inches in depth, this air filter fits standard 1 inch size and then extends 4 inches into your return, resulting in higher quality filtration.

Universal Room Air Conditioner Filter

The Universal Room Air Conditioner Filter removes harmful airborne allergens from your indoor air, including pollen, mold spores, bacteria, dust mites, and pet dander. If you’re suffering from asthma, allergies, and/or respiratory problems, this room vent filter is an ideal choice for your home. This universal filter is cut-to-fit and easy to use around your home.

With new air filters from Filters Fast, you can be prepared for the coming allergy season!

The Best in Filter Technology

We all use filters. Whether it’s a water furnace, refrigerator, oven, automotive or microwave filter, they are the key component to keeping our air and water clean and fresh.  More and more, state governments are increasing regulations on water and air quality in an attempt to keep citizens safe. This increased awareness has led manufacturers to create new and improved ways to produce filters. In particular, Bayer MaterialScience has partnered with BayOne Urethane Systems LLC to introduce innovative ways to produce the best in filtration materials.  As website azom.com reports, “Bayer has strengthened its technical leadership role in the filtration market by expanding its reach and leveraging a global materials supply chain to benefit customers.”

The polyurethane that Bayer manufactures can be used in either rigid or flexible functions, which is ideal for various filtration needs. For example, the Filbur FC-2370 Rainbow Dynamic pool filter uses thermally bonded polyurethane to ensure durability and consistent water flow. Many additional pool and spa filters use polyurethane technology to ensure a high quality, durable product.  Unlike other materials, polyurethane is lightweight, faster to manufacture, and uses much less environment harming resources  than other materials .  So, kudos to Bayer MaterialScience for working to create earth friendly materials for use in filter media.