Aprilaire Filter Grille Air Cleaners – Available Now!

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We previewed our new Aprilaire Filter Grille Air Cleaner at this year’s AHR Expo and it created A LOT of buzz. Our latest addition to the Air Cleaner product line offers the lowest static pressure in the industry thanks to our patented Self-Seal® filter design. This eliminates bypass, requires fewer filter change-outs, and provides superior equipment protection. Contractors who use Aprilaire filters will reduce profit-robbing warranty call-backs that are caused by loaded or leaky 1″ or 2″ filters.

The Filter Grille Air Cleaner offers contractors a new application for our award-winning high-efficiency filters. Builders looking for ways to protect their systems, particularly those installed in attics, now have a superior alternative to filter grilles that accept 1″ filters. Installing one of Aprilaire’s Filter Grille Air Cleaners allows for lower static pressure, which can reduce the total number of filters that need to be installed.

For more information on our entire Air Cleaner product line, visit the Product Benefits and Technical Information pages on AprilairePartners.com. Contact your local Aprilaire distributor to order today!

7 thoughts on “Aprilaire Filter Grille Air Cleaners – Available Now!”

  1. I think this is one of the best inventions in the filter industry in the last 20 years. I hate selling systems with 1″ filters but in the past when we needed a filter grille in the ceiling, a 1″ filter was the only option.
    Good job on this new filter. It was long over due!

    1. Wow – thanks for the kind words! We’re glad you think so highly of our new product and we’re proud to help contractors set a new standard for indoor air quality in more homes with this product.

  2. The concept is great, However, most of the homes, at least in Atlanta, only have 14 inches between studs or ceiling joists. is there any reason you can’t produce a filter grill that is 14X25 so it can be used in retrofit applications?

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