OUR PROCESS

  1. DEILVERY - Air filters are picked up by service outlets are visually inspected for damage before cleaning.
  2. PRE-PROCESSING - The filters are dried at 120°F (44°C) to remove any moisture.  This ensures full release of dirt and contaminants in the cleaning process.
  3. CLEANING - Each dried filter is then cleaned by the patented McWinn process, which combines rapid spinning with injected air and vacuum to clean the filter paper of all restricting particles.
  4. INSPECTING - The filters are rotated around a 750-Watt lamp in a dark room and inspected for paper separation, pin holes or tears. Having been cleaned and examined for flaws, the filters are restriction tested to assure proper airflow through the filter.
  5. SHIPPING - Fully cleaned and inspected, the McWinn service decal is marked to record the number of times the filter has been cleaned.  The filter is then bagged in heavy plastic or boxed and identified with the customer’s name and filter number to assure clean, accurate delivery.

The key to our process is the McWINN™ air filter element dry cleaning machine, developed by industry, for industry. Our system allows us to safely and effectively clean an element an average of 8-10 times as opposed to the standard method of washing, which limits filter re-use to 2-3 times before damage occurs to the element.

In addition, filters cleaned by the McWinn system are more efficient at filtering air than new filters. All of this adds up to substantial cost savings for you.

 

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