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PentaVent Air Filter Video

Introducing the latest innovation for Universal Air Filter customers – PentaVent™. Our thinnest outdoor framed filter, PentaVent leverages our proprietary Quadrafoam™ media in combination with hydrophobic mesh to keep dust, rain, snow, insects, and debris out of your electronics enclosures and outdoor cabinets.  UAF’s PentaVent™ air filter features: Conforms to IP44 and NEMA 3R without […]

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UAF and PentaVent

Introducing PentaVent™

Introducing the latest innovation for Universal Air Filter customers – PentaVent™. Our thinnest outdoor framed filter, PentaVent leverages our proprietary Quadrafoam™ media in combination with hydrophobic mesh to keep dust, rain, snow, insects, and debris out of your electronics enclosures and outdoor cabinets.  UAF’s PentaVent™ air filter features: Conforms to IP44 and NEMA 3R without […]

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How do you plan to meet the 97% charger uptime requirement?

The release of the NEVI rules on June 9th formalized the requirements for qualifying for the government infrastructure funds designated to build out the US EV charger network. One of the most stringent aspects of accessing those dollars is the need for chargers to meet a minimum 97% uptime standard. Sensitive electronics equipment… sitting outside… […]

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Protect Equipment Against Oak Pollen

Red and watery eyes, stuffy noses and nagging coughs are common this time of year for anyone who’s susceptible to oak tree pollen. Fortunately, plenty of over-the-counter antihistamines and nasal sprays can keep the most annoying symptoms under control. And as for that mountain of yellow and green pollen that covers cars and handrails all […]

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Protect Outdoor Equipment Against Cottonwood Seeds

The St. Louis area, where UAF is headquartered, is experiencing an early cottonwood tree ‘bloom’ this year: those puffy white seeds are already floating everywhere you look! In addition to causing allergies in many people, cottonwood season wreaks havoc on outdoor air-cooled equipment. Everything from 5G telecom enclosures, EV chargers, power stations, and HVAC units […]

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UAF Protects Network Equipment as it Moves to the Edge

Nothing is as constant in the networking infrastructure space as change. The current investment taking place is in moving data storage and connectivity equipment out of central offices and to the ‘edge’; as close to the point of need as possible. Successful edge networking involves hosting servers, storage, networking, routing, and data protection equipment in […]

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UAF Filters on Undercover Boss

Protecting network equipment from dust, debris and, yes, flies! Time to make some updates to IMDB as Universal Air Filter makes its network television debut on CBS’ Undercover Boss. While not technically an episode about UAF, our good friends at US Cellular clearly understand the importance of filters in the successful operations of their network […]

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UAF and UV Angel Working on Innovative Solutions to Mitigate COVID-19 – Now and In the Future

Perhaps today more than ever, hospitals and other healthcare providers are in a daily battle to control the spread of potentially deadly viruses and bacteria throughout their facilities. The CDC issues comprehensive guidance on cleaning for healthcare environments, and individual hospitals and departments often build on those guidelines to ensure the safety of their patients.  […]

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UAF and COVID-19

At UAF, we take the risk associated with the continued global spread of the COVID-19 infection very seriously.  Our employees’ health and safety are core to our company values and remain our priority.  We continue to monitor the WHO, CDC, and government protocols to inform our own decisions regarding the health and safety of our […]

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What Happened to Neon in Las Vegas?

Nickel slots, high stakes blackjack, world class shows, 5-star restaurants, exotic cars (and the occasional exotic dancer) epitomize some the wonders (or horrors depending on your perspective) of the Vegas strip. But arguably over the years, the most iconic feature of Sin City has been the sensory overload of neon lights which, on a clear […]

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