Industrial air filters must perform well under difficult conditions. Unlike an office building, shopping mall or another commercial environment where the temperature and humidity remain fairly constant, industrial air filters must withstand greater temperature fluctuations and trap more particulate matter then when the same filter is used in commercial settings.
Consider a foundry. Temperatures can exceed 120 degrees Fahrenheit with a great deal of airborne particulate matter. Filters used in this industrial setting may need to be checked and changed more frequently than in other settings.
How much have you invested in your business’ equipment? Factories rely on their equipment for optimal output and profits. Businesses rely on HVAC to keep building and factory temperatures steady. Filters, although a seemingly small part of the equipment, actually play a huge role in keeping your equipment operating properly. A good quality filter screens out particles that can damage vital equipment. Keeping your industrial air filters in good working condition ends up positively affecting your bottom line by ensuring that you can meet your business’ output goals and keep equipment running smoothly.
Working with a vendor who is familiar with your equipment and filtration needs can save you a great deal of time and trouble. Such a vendor can keep tabs on new and innovative filter products that may offer improved functions, reduced costs or both. At Twin City Filter, we have many years of experience with filters used in industrial settings. We can guide you to the best choices for your needs. We serve customers in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, South Dakota and North Dakota. Twin City Filter may be reached at (612) 721-4000.