HVAC Air Filters

HVAC air filters are used in heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems to improve air quality by removing unwanted particles from the air. These particles might be gases, odors or larger debris, depending on the environment that the system is in. HVAC air filters usually consist of a frame of plastic or metal covered by a fibrous material.

How do HVAC air filters work?

Air filters are generally composed of a gauze-like material that allows air through while stopping larger particles from getting past. They collect this debris and need to be washed or replaced when they become clogged or worn out. If they are not properly attended to, elements in the ventilation system may overheat or cease to function properly.

Types of HVAC air filters

The main way that HVAC air filters differ is in the material used for the filter. This depends on your needs. A simple pleated filter will prevent debris such as dust getting into the system, whereas something more complex such as odour removal will require a charcoal element in the filter.

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Description Price Filter Type Nominal Dimensions Actual Dimensions Media Area Filter MERV Rating Number of Pockets Filter Grade Maximum Air Flow Initial Pressure Drop Final Pressure Drop Colour Case Material Media Material Header Size
RS Stock No. 887-2834
Mfr. Part No.1474.24.00
1 Box of 10
Pleated Panel - 592 x 287 x 48mm 0.5m² - - G4 1620m³/h 70Pa 250Pa Green Cardboard Cotton, Synthetic Fibre -
RS Stock No. 887-2831
Mfr. Part No.1474.38.00
1 Box of 10
Pleated Panel - 592 x 592 x 48mm 1.1m² - - G4 3240m³/h 70Pa 250Pa Green Cardboard Cotton, Synthetic Fibre -