Changing the type of air filters you use can literally increase the health of the air you breath and save you thousands of dollars.

The Issue

Many healthcare facilities, schools and businesses use fiberglass throwaway filters simply because they are cheap. Unfortunately, these filters do not capture molds, pollen, bacteria and fine dusts that can pollute our indoor air and plug up the equipment.
Pleated filters are an alternative and perform well. However, pleated filters are very expensive and don’t fit very well into the duct work or univent systems. Spacers are therefore needed to fill the gaps.

The Solution

Tri-Dim's new breed of filter technology outshines fiberglass filters and performs in independent lab tests like a pleated filter but at 66% of the price. The gasket feature and linked panels make these multi-layered polyester filters superior performers.

The real cost of indoor air quality includes more than the initial investment in filter media. You must also add the labor costs to change-out filters, excess energy use caused by clogged coils, the cost for frequent coil and duct cleaning as well as the impact airborne illnesses have on health, productivity and absenteeism.

The Benefits Include

  • 10% lower price than pleated filters.
  • Lower installation costs by as much as 30%.
  • Electricity and gas bills can be lowered by up to 16% since a small dust build up can reduce heat transfer efficiency.
  • Decrease the frequency of cleaning air handler and univent coil cleanings by 50%.
  • Increase the life of computers by reducing dust build up on circuit boards.
  • Trap and kill air born illnesses.
  • Keep equipment clean and functioning better.

Panel Link

Tri-Dek panel link polyester air filter green antimicrobial sleeve recyclable paint-booth woodshop unit-ventilators AHUs intake school

Tri-Dek panel link polyester air filter green antimicrobial sleeve recyclable paint-booth woodshop unit-ventilators AHUs intake school

Cube Bag

Tri-Dek cube bag polyester air filter green antimicrobial sleeve recyclable paint-booth woodshop unit-ventilators AHUs intake schools

Tri-Dek cube bag polyester air filter green antimicrobial sleeve recyclable paint-booth woodshop unit-ventilators AHUs intake schools

Tri-Pleat

Tri-Pleat pleated air filters electrostatic option extended surface MERV thickness options synthetic media rugged

Tri-Pleat pleated air filters electrostatic option extended surface MERV thickness options synthetic media rugged

Disposable Fiberglass

Tri-Glass disposable air filters throw-away fiberglass air filters bottle-cap rigid MERV efficient

Tri-Glass disposable air filters throw-away fiberglass air filters bottle-cap rigid MERV efficient

Pads | Bulk Rolls | Sleeves

Tri-Dek fiberglass media air filters polyester pads rolls sleeves custom width antimicrobial tackifier

Tri-Dek fiberglass media air filters polyester pads rolls sleeves custom width antimicrobial tackifier

Media Auto Roll

Tri-Dek Tri-Glass Auto Roll Air filters synthetic fiberglass media

Tri-Dek Tri-Glass Auto Roll Air filters synthetic fiberglass media

Washable Metal

Tri-Met washable metal mesh air filters pre-filter grease various thicknesses high efficiency cottonwood

Tri-Met washable metal mesh air filters pre-filter grease various thicknesses high efficiency cottonwood

Synthetic and Fiberglass

Tri-Cell Syn-Pac air filters synthetic fiberglass media galvanized steel frame MERV efficiencies

Tri-Cell Syn-Pac air filters synthetic fiberglass media galvanized steel frame MERV efficiencies

Rigid ASHRAE Rated

Tri-Cell micro-cell filters ASHRAE HEPA rigid efficiencies 0.3micron-95% headers various thicknesses air volumes washable

Tri-Cell micro-cell filters ASHRAE HEPA rigid efficiencies 0.3micron-95% headers various thicknesses air volumes washable

“For over ten year SD74 has used EMA filters made of high performance multiply polyester media with antimicrobial interstitial layer and integral steel rod support frame. In addition as Principal of EMA Fredrick is very detail-oriented and produced great results for the company.”

Jim Caldwell CPMM,
Director of Buildings & Grounds at Lincolnwood SD74