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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 HVAC Air Filters Manufacturers, Furnace 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. Furnace 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 HVAC Filters and provide professional air filtration solutions to our customers.
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How to choose a furnace air filter based on service life?

Lifespan is an important consideration when selecting a furnace air filter. Here are some suggestions to help you choose a furnace air filter based on lifespan:

1. Understand filter types: Different types of filters have different lifespans. For example, disposable filters (such as HEPA filters) usually need to be replaced regularly, while reusable filters (such as fiberglass filters) can be washed and reused.

2. Consider maintenance costs: While disposable filters may have a higher initial cost, reusable filters may be more cost-effective in the long term because they can be washed and reused.

3. Assess air quality: If you live in an area with poor air quality, you may need to change your filter more frequently. In this case, it may be more appropriate to choose a filter with a longer service life.

4. Check filter replacement intervals: Manufacturers often provide recommended replacement intervals for filters. This can serve as a guide when choosing a filter, but keep in mind that actual replacement intervals may vary based on usage and air quality.

5. Consider the efficiency of your filter: High-efficiency filters are likely to have a longer lifespan because they can capture and retain contaminants more effectively. However, they may also increase the air resistance of the system, resulting in higher energy consumption.

6. Consult a Professional: If you're not sure which filter is best for your needs, you can consult an HVAC professional. They can recommend the right filter for your specific situation.

7. Check user reviews: Check out other users’ reviews and experiences with the filter to learn about its actual lifespan and performance.

8. Pay attention to the filter's warranty: Some filters may come with a warranty, and if there is a problem with the filter during the warranty period, the manufacturer may offer a free replacement or refund.

9. Consider your filter’s extra features: If you need additional features, such as an activated carbon layer to remove odors and volatile organic compounds (VOCs), you may want to choose a filter with these features, even though they may have a shorter lifespan.

10. Balance cost and performance: When selecting a filter, there is a balance between cost and performance. High-efficiency filters may have a longer lifespan, but may also be more expensive. Choose a filter that fits both your budget and your needs.

How do furnace air filters remove particulate matter and improve indoor air quality?

Furnace air filters improve indoor air quality by removing particulate matter by:

1. Mechanical filtration: This is the most common filtration method. The air filter physically intercepts particles. The smaller the pore size of the filter, the smaller the particles it can capture. For example, HEPA filters can capture at least 99.97% of particles 0.3 microns and larger.

2. Electrostatic filtration: In this filtration method, the air filter has an electrostatic charge that attracts and traps charged particles. As air passes through the filter, particles are attracted to the filter by electrostatic forces.

3. Activated carbon filtration: The activated carbon filter uses an activated carbon layer to absorb harmful gases, odors and some particulate matter in the air. Activated carbon has a highly porous structure and can absorb large amounts of pollutants.

4. Photocatalytic oxidation: Some advanced air filters use photocatalytic oxidation technology to decompose harmful substances in the air into harmless substances by irradiating catalysts (such as titanium dioxide) with ultraviolet light.

5. Ionization: Ionizers can produce charged particles, which charge particles in the air and are then adsorbed by oppositely charged filters or collection plates.

6. Wet filtration: In some air purification systems, air is passed through water or other liquids, and particles are captured and removed by the liquid.

7. Biological filtration: Biological filters use microorganisms to break down harmful substances in the air. This method is used in some specific air purification systems.

8. Depth filtration: Some filters use depth media, such as fiberglass or synthetic materials, to increase the filtration area and improve filtration efficiency.