Air conditioner filters are essential for keeping your air conditioning system running smoothly and efficiently. They act as a barrier to the air conditioner, trapping dirt, dust, dander, and other particles from the air. Most filters are made with a unique material such as fiberglass or a special cloth that is designed to capture these particles. While they don't necessarily improve overall air quality, they do help protect the central air conditioner (and boiler) from dust and dirt.
The coronavirus responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic has particles with peaks that measure between 9 and 12 nanometers. This means that an air conditioning system or air purifier equipped with a HEPA filter can effectively reduce the presence of coronavirus in the air. When unfiltered air blows through the wet tubes of an air conditioner, dirt sticks to the condensation and covers the blades. This is why it's important to keep your filter clean and efficient so that hot or cold air can make your commercial space or home comfortable.
If your home has too many pollutants in the air circulating through it, special devices for indoor air quality can help, and the first step is usually to install special air filters. It's also important to let professionals select these filters, since too powerful filters will interrupt the air flow through the air conditioning system, leading to component damage and a loss of home comfort. In conclusion, air conditioner filters are necessary for keeping your system running optimally and protecting it from dust and dirt. They also help reduce the presence of coronavirus in the air by trapping particles with peaks that measure between 9 and 12 nanometers.
It's important to keep your filter clean and efficient so that hot or cold air can make your commercial space or home comfortable. Additionally, it's best to let professionals select these filters so that they don't interfere with the air flow through the system.