29x29x2 Accumulair Furnace Filter Merv 8

29x29x2 (28.5x28.5x1.75) APR 650

Accumulair Replacement Filter

$15.83

  • MERV 8 Rating
  • Each filter lasts up to 3 months.
  • Electrostatic charge captures airborne allergens SMALLER THAN 1 micron including fine dust, smoke, dander, mold, pet dander and dust mites. Also traps most large allergens including pollen and lint.
Designed for uniform air flow.
Will not support the growth of bacteria, mold, mildew or fungi in normal use.
    Merv 8 efficiency rated furnace filters and AC filters can clean your home's air of dust, dust mites debris, lint, pet dander and pollen. Standard home air filters trap particles in the air but electrostatically charged HVAC filters are designed to attract particles such as dust by utilizing both negative and positive charges in the filter fibers. 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# FB29X29X2
  • Brand Accumulair
  • Size 29x29x2
  • Actual 28.5x28.5x1.75

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Important Information


The manufacturer has discontinued the MERV 6 / APR 450 filters from their line up, our suggested replacement is the MERV 8 / APR 650 Gold filter, you may see the Emerald MERV 6 / APR 450 still on the website, we are actively removing that MERV/APR


** The typical ship time for orders is now around 10 to 15 business days **

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