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Nantong Henka Environment Solutions Co.,Ltd.

Nantong Henka Environment Solutions Co.,Ltd. was founded in 2004. Henka is one of the famous and professional air filter manufacturers for air purifiers, air cleaners, and ventilation systems. Our air filters include HEPA, VOC removal filters, Formaldehyde removal filters, Activated Carbon filters, Odor removal filters, HVAC filters, i-Hepa ventilation purification devices, and IFD purification devices.
Henka is the customized air filter supplier for the famous brands of air purifiers and air cleaners in the North American market and China market. OEM/ODM Ammonia Air Filters Manufacturers, Ammonia Removal Air Filters Factory. Henka provides not only air filters but also professional air purification solutions.
Henka is located in Haimen City, Jiangsu Province, which is only 120 kilometers away from Shanghai. Ammonia Removal Air Filters Manufacturers in China. Henka has ISO14001:2015, ISO9001:2015 and ISO45001:2018 certifications, efficiency and air resistance test system for filter media, noise test lab, 30 cubic meters test room for formaldehyde and VOC remove efficiency, CADR test room for air purifier. ASHRAE 52.2 is used in testing air filters.
With more than 20 years of experience working with a US engineering team, we can design the product based on the specifications, drawings, samples, or even ideas from our customers, custom Ammonia Air Filters and provide professional air filtration solutions to our customers.
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How to improve the filtration efficiency of ammonia removal air filter?

The following methods can be used to improve the filtration efficiency of ammonia removal air filters:

1. Increase the filter coverage area: If the room is larger or the ammonia concentration is high, a larger coverage area filter or multiple filters may be needed to increase filtration efficiency.

2. Replace or clean the filter regularly: As the use time increases, the filter media of the filter may become saturated, resulting in a decrease in filtration efficiency. Regularly changing or cleaning the filter will keep it running efficiently.

3. Optimize air circulation: Make sure there is enough air circulation in the room to help the filter capture and remove ammonia more effectively.

4. Reduce ammonia sources: Identifying and reducing sources of indoor ammonia, such as pet waste, fertilizers, detergents, etc., can reduce ammonia concentrations and thereby improve filter efficiency.

5. Maintain proper indoor humidity: Excessive humidity may affect filter performance. Use a dehumidifier or air conditioner to control indoor humidity to increase filter efficiency.

6. Avoid over-ventilation: While ventilation can help reduce ammonia concentrations, over-ventilation may reduce the efficiency of the filter. Find the right ventilation balance.

7. Regular inspection and maintenance: Regularly check the operating condition of the filter to ensure that it is working properly. Follow the manufacturer's maintenance recommendations to maintain optimal filter performance.

8. Room layout: Placing the filter in a location in the room with good air circulation, such as near a window or vent, can increase filtration efficiency.

9. Avoid interference: Make sure there are no obstructions blocking the filter's air inlet or outlet, which could affect its performance.

How to protect ammonia removal air filters from chemical damage?

The key to protecting your ammonia removal air filter from chemical damage is to take precautions and correct operating procedures. Here are some suggestions:

1. Understand chemicals: Understand the properties of chemicals you may be exposed to, especially their corrosiveness, volatility and reactivity.

2. Avoid contact: Try not to let the filter come into contact with chemicals, especially strong acids, strong bases or organic solvents.

3. Use protective measures: When handling chemicals, use appropriate protective measures such as gloves, goggles, and masks to prevent accidental spills or leaks.

4. Storage safety: Store chemicals in safe, sealed containers and away from air filters.

5. Ventilation: Ensure there is good ventilation in the work area to reduce the concentration of chemical vapors in the air.

6. Use specialized filters: For environments where chemical exposure is possible, use filters designed to handle specific chemicals.

7. Regular inspection: Check the filter regularly to make sure it has not been damaged by chemicals.

8. Cleaning and Maintenance: Clean and maintain the filter regularly according to the manufacturer's guidelines to maintain its optimal performance.

9. Replace damaged parts: If any part of the filter is found to be damaged by chemicals, replace the damaged parts promptly.