High Efficiency Air Filters are typically constructed using a fine mesh of glass fibers. The fibers are tightly woven together to form a dense filter media. This filter media is mounted onto a frame, which can be made of plastic or metal. The frame provides the necessary support and rigidity to the filter media, ensuring that it remains in place during operation.
The materials used in High Efficiency Air Filters are typically glass fibers, synthetic fibers, or a combination of both. These materials are chosen for their high filtration efficiency and low airflow resistance. The frame may be made of plastic or metal, which provides the necessary support and rigidity to the filter media.
High Efficiency Air Filters work by trapping airborne particles as they pass through the filter media. The filter media consists of a fine mesh of fibers that trap particles as small as 0.3 microns. As the air flows through the filter, the particles are trapped in the fibers, leaving clean air to pass through the filter and into the air handling unit.
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