A site survey is the first step in a good air filter maintenance program. A qualified, networking equipment air filter specialist will take a detailed inventory of your equipment and provide the exact cross reference between the equipment and the OEM specified, approved source of supply air filter. This survey document also serves as a detailed list of all equipment in your facility and only requires updating when equipment changes.
One of the biggest hurdles in a good preventive maintenance program is locating the air filters. The network equipment air filter specialist can tour the facility with an onsite technician to show where the filters are installed and how to replace them.
Dirty air filters cause equipment to use more power and risk overheating. Air filter maintenance for this extremely valuable equipment is critical. It helps ensure optimum operating efficiency, by keeping equipment clean and cool, so energy consumption is minimized. It protects the investment in equipment, which is the backbone of any telecommunications service provider.