14x30x2 Accumulair Furnace Filter Merv 13

14x30x2 (13.5x29.5x1.75) APR 1950

Accumulair Replacement Filter

$14.99

  • MERV 13 Rating
  • Each filter lasts up to 3 months.
  • Electrostatically charged filter media captures airborne allergens smaller than 1 micron!
The Accumulair Diamond with its MERV 13 rating is one of the highest efficiency filters on the market!
Great for helping reduce airborne allergens such as bacteria, particles that carry viruses, pollen, mold spores, fine dust, and pet dander.
Accumulair filter material will not support the development of mold, mildew, bacteria or other microorganisms in normal use.
No chemicals added. Accumulair filters are chemical free!
    Merv 13 furnace filters and AC filters can clean indoor air contaminants including household dust, pollen, pet dander, mold spores, cigarette smoke, microscopic allergens, virus carriers and more. Electrostatic HVAC filters are different than regular home air filters. Negative and positive charges in the filter fibers attract dust and other airborne particles. This helps keep your home's air cleaner and safer for you and your family's long-term health. Negative health effects from indoor air pollutants such as mold, secondhand smoke and household cleaning products can be experienced soon after exposure or even years later. Because people spend up to 90% of their time indoors, the EPA has named Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) a top five environmental health risk. Change your home air filters at least every 3 months to keep the air in your home safe to breathe.
  • Type Furnace Filter
  • Item# FD14X30X2
  • Brand Accumulair
  • Size 14x30x2
  • Actual 13.5x29.5x1.75
  • Efficiencyi APR 1950 / Merv 13

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