Alberta Air Filtration Systems

We supply Alberta with commercial HVAC filtration systems, Plymovent welding, vehicle exhaust removal systems, Camfil prefilters, and HEPA filters. Our air filtration products all have the additional Merv A rating as per ASHRAE 52.2 Appendix J.

Edmonton Air Filtration Systems
Commercial Filtration Systems in Edmonton

At Aqua Air, we are committed to providing quality air filtration systems, and air filters catered to the unique needs created by the Albertan atmosphere. Our air filters and purifier systems are designed to remove and reduce the presence of unwanted particles in your air.

We understand how the air in Alberta is prone to drastic changes that occur due to the unpredictable weather conditions; be it particles created when the road salt is poured onto the streets in winter, or the odours during spring when the snow is melting. That’s why we supply the best air filters and HVAC products in the industry.

IMPORTANCE OF AN AIR FILTRATION SYSTEM IN YOUR ALBERTA HOME

Air filtration systems are an essential addition to any Albertan home or building. When maintained and utilized correctly with the corresponding air filters, they can potentially remove allergens such as dust, mould, mildew, and pet dander. Furthermore, with other air filters installed, an air filtration system can also help provide relief to those that suffer from respiratory illnesses or have allergies that span across different seasons.

Additionally, air filtration and air filters can protect machines, such as air conditioners, nail guns, refrigerators, and other domestic and industrial appliances, from damage or shortened lifespans. This application of air filters can help many different industries, such as automotive, healthcare, residential and commercial cleaning, and other HVAC services.

DISCOVER HOW AN AIR PURIFIER SYSTEM CAN HELP YOUR BUILDING

Spending extended periods of time indoors without access to fresh air can make you feel tired and lethargic. High-quality air purification and air filters preserve your equipment, safeguards the environment, and most importantly, protect your people. Our experience and commitment to air purification know no bounds. That’s why we supply Alberta with complete air purification products and systems that provide the best performance, capacity, and filtration efficiency for your dollar.

PICK THE PERFECT AIR FILTER FOR YOUR ALBERTA HOME

It is important to pick the right filter for your air filtration system when it comes to your house. Knowing the right filter that suits your Albertan house needs can be confusing and in these situations, you need the expertise offered by the professionals at Aqua Air. Come in today or call us and we will guide you towards the right choice.

VISIT AQUA AIR FOR YOUR ALBERTA AIR FILTRATION TREATMENT NEEDS TODAY!

At Aqua Air Systems, our goal is to provide our customers with high-quality, energy-efficient air purifiers, air filters, and filtration products, as well as deliver excellent service with the latest air treatment technology and develop long-lasting relationships.

FAQ

Why is it important to have proper air filtration in my Alberta buildings?

Effective air purification in your Albertan buildings can mitigate many different health hazards caused by air pollutants. This can limit symptoms such as headaches, eye irritation, allergies, and fatigue which can all be due to the air in your home or workplaces not being clean enough.

Can proper air filtration reduce asthma symptoms?

Depending on the model of the air purification system and filters you utilize in your Alberta buildings, air treatment can be effective in preventing asthma symptoms and allergies. Filtration of airborne pollutants like pollen, dust, and animal dander can limit asthma symptoms and allergic reactions of the people in your building.

See our air purification products with high-efficiency MERV filters and pathogen-killing filtration technology for heightened indoor air quality

How does the MERV value affect an air filter?

The minimum efficiency reporting value, or MERV, is a number from 1 to 16 that is relative to an air filter’s efficiency based upon particle size. The higher the MERV rating, the more efficient the air filter is at removing particles. Although there are air filters that are MERV 16 through 20, they are usually only found in hospitals, clean rooms, and nuclear power plants. For home air filtration systems, most are rated anywhere between MERV 5 and 13.

Can air filtration rid my Alberta home of unwanted odours?

Air purification systems can remove unpleasant or harmful odours from your home or workplace when fitted with the correct air filter. Filters that are made with carbon, like those usually found in HEPA filters, are an effective way to eliminate harmful gases, molecules, chemicals, fumes and odours from the air.

Is it effective to use an air filtration system in Alberta?

Yes, air filtration systems work by sanitizing the air, which may include pollutants, allergens, and toxins. Mechanical air filters work by trapping particles from the air onto the filter. High-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters are a type of high-efficiency mechanical filter. While mechanical home filters can trap everything from dust to cockroach allergens and pet dander, they, however, don’t trap gases. These air filtration systems are very effective especially in Alberta where we have dust particles in the summer and winter seasons filling our air.

How long should I run my air filtration system?

For best results, it is recommended to continuously run your air filtration system as humans, pets, cooling, and heating systems, as well as open windows, constantly introduce new contaminants into the room. To help with noise and electricity costs, most systems come with multiple cleaning speeds. For example, to maintain your indoor air quality while you are away from home it can be in a lower setting than when you are home. This saves energy and cuts costs while still maintaining a clean environment.

How long will my air filter last in Alberta?

Your air filter should last for 90 days before you have to replace it. As a general rule, you’ll want to replace pleated air filters and furnace filters in your home every 90 days. The longer the filter is in place, the more dirt, dust, and allergens are trapped clogging the filter and decreasing their efficiency. Contact us today to find out more.

Can air filters protect me COVID-19?

Filtration in buildings can be a part of an overall risk mitigation approach but is not generally regarded as a solution by itself. There is no direct scientific evidence of benefit, but some reduced exposure can reasonably be inferred based on the ability of some filters to remove particles that contain a SARS-CoV-2 virus. More importantly, in most buildings and in most situations, filters may be considerably less effective than other infection control measures including social distancing, isolation of known cases, and hand-washing.

Is an air purifier loud?

No, the loudness of an air purifier (measured in decibels) depends on; the model of the air purifier, the fan operating speed, and personal noise tolerance. It is important to remember that most air purifiers are loud at first as they start cleaning your air. But as particles are removed from your air, they will slow their fan speed and naturally become quieter as they work.

Is it expensive to use an air filtration system?

This depends on the type of air filtration system you use. Some systems are more energy-efficient than others. To put it into perspective, a typical lamp uses approximately 60 watts while a computer uses 365 watts. HEPA air purifiers typically consume 50 to 200 watts of electricity. However, if you are concerned about energy consumption, talk to our experts about an energy-efficient model.

Do I have to change the air filter when the indicator light comes on?

Yes, for your air filter to perform at the optimal speed, the filter needs to be changed regularly. With dirty or old air filters, your air won’t be filtered thoroughly, resulting in poor air quality and an increased risk for allergy, asthma, and other respiratory illness symptoms.

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