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Welcome to Tri-Dim Filter Corporation

Welcome to Tri-Dim Filter Corporation
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Welcome to Tri-Dim® Filter Corporation's website.  Tri-Dim was founded in 1968, and for over 40 years has been a leading manufacturer of HVAC filtration products, offering a full range of HVAC products and services – our products and services include:

In addition to reviewing our products and services you may also place an order through our E-order system or check the status of your order.  You can also learn more about Tri-Dim and check for current job offerings.


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Last Updated on Thursday, 26 March 2015 13:16
 
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The ULTRA GREEN offers a compact design, high efficiency, and cleanable media.  The ULTRA GREEN is the standard by which green filtration will be defined: low resistance - 0.21"WG, mechanical MERV 10 filtration and usable for up to two years with proper cleaning.

Upgrading from traditional pleated filters to the ULTRA GREEN will keep your coils cleaner saving you energy and reducing your carbon footprint.... Click here for product brochure.

 

Watch a movie about the ULTRA GREEN here!

Last Updated on Monday, 07 October 2013 18:45
 
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Last Updated on Thursday, 24 March 2016 19:16
 
Are Ghosts Summoned by Poor IAQ? PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 07 May 2015 12:57

POTSDAM, N.Y.—A team of researchers is examining a possible link between reported ghost sightings and indoor air quality. They say mold can trigger visual and auditory hallucinations. It is known that some fungi, such as rye ergot fungus, may cause psychosis in humans. "Hauntings are very widely reported phenomena that are not well-researched," said Clarkson University associate professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering Shane Rogers. "They are often reported in older-built structures that may also suffer poor air quality. Similarly, some people have reported depression, anxiety, and other effects from exposure to biological pollutants in indoor air. We are trying to determine whether some reported hauntings may be linked to specific pollutants found in indoor air." Rogers' team of undergraduate students plan to measure air quality in several reportedly haunted locations in upstate New York.  Read more

Source: ASHRAE's 'The HVAC&R Industry'

 
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