Did you know that cottonwood filters can help your business save money?
Cottonwood filters are screens that fit over air intake systems. During the spring and summer months in certain parts of the country, cottonwood trees shed their white, fluffy seed pods. These airborne filaments can clog the air intake systems of many HVAC units. Cottonwood filter screens prevent the debris from entering the systems and are a “must” in many part of the country.
How do cottonwood filter screens save your business money? With cottonwood filter screens in place, your company can save money in the following ways:
- Prevents compressor failure: Have you ever had to replace a compressor? It’s an expensive process. When intakes get clogged with cottonwood fluff, the units can run constantly and overheat. Cottonwood filter screens prevent this and may prevent premature compressor failure.
- Reduces coil maintenance time: According to several sources, maintenance time can be reduced by up to 75%. Less maintenance time means less cost.
- Prevents or reduces downtime: Nobody likes downtime. Downtime means lost productivity. When units need to be serviced or compressors fail, you may need to shut down your plant or building in order to service the units. This results in lost productivity and downtime. Cottonwood filters keep your units running reliably, smoothly and efficiently.
Great Selection of Cottonwood Filters
Call Twin City Filter Service to invest in the right sized screens to fit your unit. Or call if your cottonwood filter screens need replacing.Twin City Filter Service offers a great selection of cottonwood filters for all sized units. If we don’t have what you need in stock, we can order it in for you. Twin City Filter Service is a Twin Cities filter company offering its customer more than filters. We offer great prices, friendly service, and fast shipping. We ship same day to customers coast to coast, and offer next day delivery in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, South Dakota and North Dakota. Twin City Filter Service may be reached at (612) 721-4000.