In the last year, the term “MERV-13” has been circulating in the news and on the Internet as a result of several widely recognized organizations, such as The CDC, OSHA and ASHRAE recommending MERV-13 air filters as the minimum filter efficiency. Some local jurisdictions have even required MERV-13 rated air filters to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in public buildings, such as shopping malls, schools, and office buildings.
In this report, Camfil’s air filtration experts explain what air filter MERV ratings mean.
See the full report What Are MERV Ratings? MERV Vs MERV-A Filter Efficiency Ratings Explained that covers:
MERV Ratings Explained
Is a Higher MERV Rating Always Better?
What is the Difference Between MERV and MERV-A?
What MERV Rating Do I Need for COVID-19?
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