The filter grille is lowered by insertion of the pole mechanism into the shown "hole" in the center of the grille and turning it to unlock and release the grille, allowing the filters to drop to your desired height.
View of the locking grille mechanism inside the grille cover.
The air flow tube is connected to a presser sensor circuit board, used to detect decreased air flow, thus, informing the home owner when it is time to change a dirty filter.
The pressure sensor circuit board identifies the reduced air flow, indicating a dirty filter.
With simple tools, you can adjust the pulley cables to the tension required to lower/raise the filters to your desired height.
The design of the FilterLift allows the homeowner to use multiple filters for greater air quality.
The design of the FilterLift pole and locking mechanism makes it easy to lower dirty filters to your desired location.
The design of the FilterLift allows the homeowner to effortlessly roll the pole for use and to store away in a small closet.
The design of the FilterLift allows the homeowner to change dirty filters without the use of dangerous ladders.
The pole is easily inserted into the grille to unlock and lower the filters to change.
Homeowner may lower their HVAC filters to a desired, safe level for replacement of dirty filters.
The pole is used again to guide the filter and grille back into the ceiling housing.