Dirty air filters block airflow and risk dust accumulation on circuit boards. This causes higher wattage within the system, so cooling fans operate under increased load. This inefficient operation leads to potential fan failure, reduced equipment life cycles and drives up energy costs.
Clear air filters allow more cooling air at lower fan speeds. Improved airflow provides better heat dissipation, cooler circuit boards, and fans using less than half the energy required to run at full-load conditions. Air filter replacement translates to the overall system operating at peak efficiencies and offers energy cost savings. Clean air filters improve airflow for better heat dissipation, cooler electronics, and allows fans to use less than half the energy required versus full-load conditions.
Air filter replacement translates to overall systems operating at peak efficiency and delivers energy cost savings.