Filters

Why you should have your cabin filter changed.

Moving vehicles can create a “tunnel effect” that causes pollutants inside the vehicle to reach up to six times the concentration of outside air.
• Roughly 1 in 10 people live in areas with unhealthy levels of pollution
• Our cabin air filters clean the air entering the passenger cabin via HVAC system and have the ability to clean 100% of pollutants including pollen, road dust, mold spores, tobacco smoke, soot, smog, mildew, pet dander and fungus.

Cabin Air Filters

1. Moving vehicles create a “tunnel effect” that causes pollutants inside the vehicle to reach up to six times the concentration of outside air.
2. Roughly 1 in 10 people live in areas with unhealthy levels of pollution.
3. Cabin air filters clean the air entering the passenger cabin via HVAC system and have the ability to clean 100% of pollutants including pollen, road dust, mold spores, tobacco smoke, soot, smog, mildew, pet dander and fungus.

Air Filters

1. Dust, dirt and debris can quickly foul up the engine; foreign particles act as abrasives on the metal parts of an engine and can wear away at engine bearings, piston rings and cylinders.
2. If your engine is starved of air it is said to run too “rich”, which puts a strain on the engine and effects fuel economy, performance and emissions.
3. Replacing your cars air filter could save you up to $150 per year.
4. You should have your air filter inspected every 10,000 to 12,500 miles or change it annually.