Nordic Pure 20x30x1 MERV 13 Plus Carbon Pleated AC Furnace Air Filters 20x30x1M13+C-2 2 Piece
Nordic Pure 20x30x1 MERV 13 Plus Carbon Pleated AC Furnace Air Filters, 2 PACK, 2 Piece: Home Improvement. Actual Size of Air Filter: 19 3/4 x 29 3/4 x 3/4 (19.75 x 29.75 x 0.75) inches . MERV 13 is comparable to MPR 2200, 2400, and FPR 10 . All Nordic Pure air filters are electrostatically charged for maximum performance. Naturally derived charcoal media with activated carbon removes odors from VOCs, cooking, pets and smoke . Attracts and captures dust, lint, pollen, bacteria, pet dander, dust mites, mold spores, smoke particles, smog, viruses, coughs and sneezes . Made in the USA . ” merv plus carbon anti-allergen pleated AC/furnace air filters are made by adding a hand cut flat panel infiltrated with activated charcoal to our standard pleated filter to greatly reduce unwanted odors. Each time air passes through a pleated furnace filter, airborne dust, pollen, mold spores, pet dander, smog, dust mite debris, and Tobacco and fireplace smoke are captured and removed. Our treated synthetic filter media prevents the growth of bacteria or mold, resulting in a much healthier living space. Merv air filters are comparable to air filters with the mpr rating of 900-2200, fpr rating of blue, and apr rating of diamond. Particles in indoor air are measured in microns; for scale, a human hair is about 0 microns wide. Each ” merv air filter will capture more than 90% of .0-0.0 micron contaminants and up to 5% of .0-.0 micron contaminants. This high performance HVAC replacement filter will outperform non-electrostatic fiberglass filters, washable filters, poly disposable filters, and will help keep your air conditioning and heating systems running efficiently, saving you money on utilities and costly maintenance. The effective life of your air filter depends on both the inside and outside conditions in which you live. We recommend that you change your air filter every 0-90 days to maintain maximum efficiency and indoor air quality. . . .