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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 Panel Air Filters Manufacturers, Panel 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. Panel 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 Panel Air Filters and provide professional air filtration solutions to our customers.
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What factors can damage panel air filters?

Panel air filters generally have a long service life under normal use, but certain factors can cause them to become damaged or degrade in performance. Here are some situations that can damage a panel air filter:

1. Excessive use: If the filter is used beyond its designed maximum air volume or air flow, it may cause damage to the filter.

2. High Humidity: High humidity environments can cause the filter material to absorb moisture, affecting its performance and structural integrity.

3. Pollutant load: If the concentration of pollutants in the air exceeds the filter's design capacity, it may cause the filter to clog prematurely.

4. Physical Damage: The filter may be physically damaged during installation, maintenance, or replacement.

5. Chemical corrosion: Chemicals in certain environments may cause corrosion to filter materials, resulting in reduced performance.

6. Improper Cleaning: Using improper cleaning methods or detergents may damage the surface or structure of the filter.

7. UV exposure: Prolonged UV exposure may cause damage to some types of filter materials.

8. Temperature changes: Extreme temperature changes or sustained high temperatures may affect filter performance.

9. Microbial growth: In some environments, the filter may become a breeding ground for microbial growth, which may affect its performance and lead to secondary contamination.

10. Improper Storage: If the filter is not stored properly before installation, it may be damaged, such as by being stored in moisture or extreme temperatures.

11. Installation errors: If the filter is not installed correctly, it may cause air leaks or uneven pressure on the filter.

12. System mismatch: If the filter is not compatible with the HVAC system, it may result in reduced performance or damage.

13. Not replaced for a long time: Even if the filter is not physically damaged, its filtration efficiency will decrease after long-term use and needs to be replaced regularly.

14. Vibration and Shock: Filters may be damaged if installed near equipment that experiences high vibration or shock.

How should panel air filters be stored correctly before installation?

Proper storage of your panel air filter is critical to ensuring its performance and extending its service life. Here are some suggestions on how to properly store a panel air filter:

1. Keep the packaging intact: Before installation, try to keep the filter in its original packaging to prevent dust and contaminants from entering.

2. Avoid moisture: Store the filter in a dry place and avoid humid conditions, as humidity may cause moisture absorption and microbial growth in the filter material.

3. Keep out of direct sunlight: Avoid exposing the filter to direct sunlight, as UV rays can damage some types of filter materials.

4. Keep chemicals away: Keep storage areas away from harmful chemicals that may cause corrosion or damage to filter materials.

5. Avoid extreme temperatures: Store the filter in a moderate temperature environment and avoid extreme high or low temperatures, which may affect the performance of the filter.

6. Place it horizontally: Try to place the filter horizontally and avoid stacking to prevent the filter from being deformed or damaged.

7. Clean storage environment: Ensure the storage area is clean and dust-free to reduce the risk of filters becoming contaminated during storage.

8. Avoid pressure from heavy objects: Do not place heavy objects on the filter to avoid damaging the filter structure.

9. Identification and Records: Clearly identify filter models, sizes, and storage dates in storage areas to track inventory and usage.

10. Regular Inspections: Regularly inspect stored filters to make sure they are not damaged or damp, and clean or replace them if necessary.

11. Follow Manufacturer’s Guidelines: Refer to the storage guidelines provided by the manufacturer, as different filter materials and types may require specific storage conditions.