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Payne has been in business for nearly 100 years and they live by their tried and true products. They strive to produce attractive, dependable products that you can always rely on. The company began in 1914 when D.W. Payne and his son began building gravity-type furnaces in a converted barn in Los Angeles. From there they continued to produce more innovative products and have grown their business to be sold nationwide. Today they develop and sell air conditioners, gas furnaces, heat pumps, indoor coils, duct-free splits, and many other products.
As with all of their products, Payne Humidifier units and their replacement parts are designed to work efficiently in your humidifier unit. Below is a list and description of their replacement parts and filters carried by airfilters.com.
Payne Foam Furnace Humidifier Replacement Filter (Evaporator Pad)
They offer foam furnace humidifier filters. Foam style evaporative humidifiers work by drawing dry household air through a wet humidifier filter. The dry air passing through the filter picks up moisture and humidifier your home. The more saturated the filter is with water, the better the output. It is recommended that these filters be changed twice a season or more often in hard water areas.
Payne Furnace Humidifier Replacement Water Panels
Payne also offers replacement Water Panels. These pads are composed of honeycomb filtration that traps mineral pollutants found in water and help prevent them from entering your home. These water panels remove unwanted particulates that may be present in your water basin inside your humidifier. It is unsafe for these pollutants to enter your air and be inhaled by you and your family on daily basis. These filters are sold in a number of different sizes so as to fit your unit properly. It is recommended that these filters be changed every six months.
Payne Foam Drum Humidifier Filter Media
They also offer Foam Drum Humidifier replacement filters. Drum style humidifiers contain a pipe that brings water directly to a reservoir of pan that is attached to the furnace. The water level in the pan is controlled by a float valve. There is a wick foam pad that is mounted on the drum and this is attached to a small motor. As hot air enters the drum from one end, it is forced through the sides of the drum. As your indoor air requires humidity, the motor turns causing the drum to rotate slowly through the pan of water which prevents the pad from drying out. These types of humidifier units are inexpensive and low maintenance.
Payne Aluminum Mesh Humidifier Replacement Evaporator Pad
Payne also offers an Aluminum Mesh humidifier evaporator pad. Like the Water Panels, these pads also are composed of honeycomb filtration media that traps mineral pollutants found in water and help prevent these contaminants from entering your home. These pads are the heart of your humidifier unit. It is the component that generates the important humidity to keep you comfortable during the heating season. It is recommended that these filters be changed every six months for optimum performance.
Payne Metal Wick Furnace Humidifier Replacement Evaporator Pads
Payne offers a number of replacement filtration media for your humidifier unit. In addition to the afore mentioned filters, they also offer Metal Wick furnace humidifier evaporator pads. The purpose of this pad is to disperse water evenly which allows evaporations and also collects any mineral deposits from the water. Although these pads can sometimes be cleaned, it is best to have them replaced after every heating season due to the amount of harmful contaminants trapped inside the filtration media.
Whether you need Evaporator pads, Water Panels, Drum filters, or Metal wick filter, Payne offers solutions to almost any humidifier need. As with any filter within your home, it is extremely important that you change your filter regularly to prevent harmful particles entering your indoor air. If the water source in your area contains hard water, then you may need to replace your filter more regularly to keep from dispersing these pollutants into your home