It's Time We Start Caring About The Air We Breathe...
ElectroDust is a manufacturer of washable, reusable furnace air filters. Founded in 2001, ElectroDust has grown throughout the years thanks to its loyal partner channel, which includes wholesalers and distributors.
Our Values & The Environment
As concerns for our planet and the environment continue to grow every day, we are all responsible in doing our part and identifying ways in which we can reduce our carbon footprint.
Quality & Integrity
Our filters are manufactured in North America using the highest-quality standards. Many filter manufacturers will boast high-efficiency claims that are not substantiated in real-life conditions.
OUR ELECTRODUST AIR FILTER
Our MERV 7 ElectroStatic filter protects you against the following:
How It Works:
STAGES 1 & 4
The woven polymer screens with integrated antimicrobial agents is activated when microbes are detected on the screen.
Filter screens calibrated to provide progressive arrestance.
STAGES 2 & 3
Non-Woven synthetic fiber filter cells collect excess particles. Smaller particles agglomerate in the AIR SPACES.
Particles join together and increase in mass, thus assuring collection.
What Our Customers Are Saying?
Washable & Reusable
Filters Saved From The Dump
Years In Business
Proven to Protect You & Your Home
Our MERV 7 rated filter is perfectly balanced for air resistance, quality, and cost efficiency.
MERV Is Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value
Every furnace has a MERV rating, which measures how efficiently the filter captures particles of specific sizes that pass through it as your furnace operates
Many filter manufacturers boast higher MERV ratings without evidence to back their statements.
We believe in transparency, and have provided our lab report certifying our MERV 7 rating below
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