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Case Studies

Case Studies

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Siegfried was buying HEPA filters from General Aire’s inside sales. With knowledge of their need for pleated filters and a suggestion from General Aire Co-owner Paul Horrox, a salesman approached the Siegfried purchasing agent Debbie.

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PP&L: General Aire has been providing Camfil filters, including the Hi Flo ES, Durafil and Optipac to the main Location on 9th street in Allentown.

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The Lodge at Woodloch worked with General Aire in the past, but over time a new facility manager and loss of communication the Lodge at Woodloch decided to go elsewhere for their indoor air quality needs.

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In the past, Cory Lock had been working with Reading Hospital for aftermarket orders and fore market projects.

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Robert Wood Johnson University Health Systems was building a new Emergency Room which required 2 Bag in Bag Out Units. We had quoted several contractors in the months prior, with numerous add-ons/ options. Airside Sheet Metal wound up winning the bid.

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Essex Co Community College was buying filters from Tri Dem. They were having to change their 2” pleats every two weeks because of the constant use of the facility, and the lead dust building up.

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Endo Pharmaceuticals is renovating location in Cranbury, NJ. They needed a Bag in Bag out unit and 4 Terminal Air Filters.

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Bloomfield College had been purchasing filters from Tridem and Grainger mostly, but showed in interest in looking at other offers.

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Alcon: EtO Emissions in the facility are higher than OSHA action levels. The majority of the EtO emissions are from custom-pack product that is brought into the warehouse, processed, and stored in isles, The pallets of custom packs received at the warehouse may have been transported by ventilated trailers, however EtO reduction is not fully achieved

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Villanova University: The facility was changing cheaper synthetic pleated filters every three months causing excessing amount of time dedicated to changing air filters.

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Taylor Hospital: In order to become the sole air filter supplier to the hospital General Aire was asked to keep a spare stock of the air filters the hospital used. The hospital made this request in case of emergencies.

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One of the Gore facilities is surrounded by mushroom farms. The manure used in the mushroom farms has a distinct odor and to make matters worse the gases associated with that smell corrode the silver and other metals being used within the facility.

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The facility was changing air filters based off the air flow feeding the shooting range. They were changing pleated filters weekly and bag filters every month.

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The DuPont Experimental Station was purchasing old style air filters through a national contract. The low-cost air filters were ultimately costing the site in excessive air filter changes, energy cost, labor and waste.

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The Delaware Biotech Institute was purchasing old style air filters through a local manufacturer. The lowcost air filters were ultimately costing the site in excessive air filter changes, energy cost, labor and waste.

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Wayne Memorial, being a small facility, has limited man power and budgets. Supplying and changing filters was an issue. Not only from the budget side but also storage. They were changing pre filters four (4) times per year and final filters one (1) time per year. They were looking for an alternative (less expensive) filtration supplier.

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PP&L headquarters build in Allentown, PA has large air handlers that are built as a room. They aren’t typical design air handlers. The units have built up banks upstream of the coils. Working with PP&L over the years they have progressively upgraded their filtration to energy efficient filters.

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Nestlé Waters North America Inc. Bottling lines have Airveyors that move bottles around the plant. The air doing so is filters at various locations. Currently the use 8” full box style filters and get 6 month service.

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Muhlenberg has many building to support with limited manpower. They were changing link/panel pre filters quarterly (4 times per year) and final filters bi-annually (2 times per year). Due to the limited manpower this made filter changing very difficult and time consuming.

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Johnson & Johnson Consumer Products facility in Lititz, PA has a very large penthouse air handler serving the office areas.

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Process Improvement for Saint Clare’s Denville

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Process Improvement for Hackensack Meridian R & D Building and Medical Plaza

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In 2015, the facilities management department decided to hire a third party energy Consultant Company to assist in obtaining energy savings throughout the university.

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Morristown Medical Center was purchasing filters that needed to be changed quarterly costing the hospital money in excessive filter changes, energy, labor and waste.

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Hackensack UMC was purchasing filters that needed to be changed quarterly costing the hospital money in excessive filter changes, energy, labor and waste.

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Cedar Crest was purchasing filters that needed to be changed quarterly sometimes monthly costing money in excessive filter changes, energy, labor and waste

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Field testing per ISO 29462 of (20) MERV 15 (F9) air filters identified as Tri-Dim Syn-Pac filter at the Princeton University site in Princeton, NJ, USA.

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Field testing per ISO 29462 of (20) MERV 13 (F7) air filters identified as Camfil Hi-Flo ES filter at the Princeton University site in Princeton, NJ, USA.