Electrostatic Filters in New Jersey & Philadelphia
Cleaning Your Home's Air with Static Electricity
When it comes to your home's air filtration system, you want to make sure that you have the most effective filter out on the market. Electrostatic filters use static electricity to trap and eliminate harmful allergens and particles from the air in your home, providing you and your family with healthier, safer breathing air. At Dean's Service, our knowledgeable HVAC technicians are able to demonstrate for you the many benefits of installing these filters to your heating and air conditioning systems.
How Does an Electrostatic Filter Work?
An electrostatic filter has four main components: a pre-filter, an ionizer, a collector, and an after-filter. As air passes through the first filter, which is made out of a polyurethane and polypropylene blend, the filter becomes statically charged. The filter is made in such a way that different layers are given either a positive or negative charge, allowing the filter to effectively attract a large number of particles. As dust and other allergens make their way through each layer, they become trapped and removed from your home's air circulation. Conveniently, electrostatic filters can be used for several years, as long as you are periodically cleaning them.
Electrostatic filters are able to remove a wide variety of particles and allergens from your home, including:
Are Electrostatic Filters the Right Choice?
When shopping around for air filters, you may have noticed that electrostatic filters tend to run on the pricier side. While more expensive than traditional air filters, electrostatic filters provide many benefits. For one, they can be rinsed and reused several times, unlike other filters. They also do not impact your HVAC system's airflow and will end up costing you less money in the long-run.
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Service Area: Pennsylvania and New Jersey.