For a cleaner
, safer home
, install a MERV 8
(MERV=Minimum Efficiency Rating Value) disposable twin layered Safe Home™ Duo furnace filter. Note: Check with your HVAC technician to verify
that your system is able enough to handle the density of a MERV 8 filter before purchasing this or any other MERV 8 filter. Install this MERV 8 with Air Flow First Going through the White Media. Made in USA.
Disposable furnace filter captures dirt
, pollen and other allergens, odors, and harmful chemicals as small as 3.0 to 10 microns. Furnace air purifier filter
fits a slot 20 x 25 x 1 inch. Duo air purifier filter
with self sealing edges means no air gets around the filter. The Duo replaces a 1" thick home air filter and can last up to 3 months. Insert with air flow going first through the white layer. Safe Home Duo Filter Features: How does the Duo work?
- The polyester outer layers remove pollen, mold spores, and other common allergens. The inner layer features FormaldaSorb™ and activated carbon that traps a variety of odors and hazardous gasses, such as formaldehyde, ammonia, and others that are emitted by cleaning chemicals, paint, particle board, and other household items. No other filters are as effective at removing dust mites, mold spores, pollen, odors, cleaning chemicals, ozone, paint fumes, and common gasses like formaldehyde which triggers asthma and allergies.
Change the Duo at least every 3 months. Some conditions that feature pets, construction work, painting or smoking may produce more pollutants and require more frequent changes.
Not returnable if box is opened unless damaged in shipping.
Limited Warranty: Free of manufacturing and material defects .
If product is found defective within 30 days of purchase, it
will be replaced with the same size filter at no additional
charge. Product is not packaged for sale outside of the United
States. Installation Instructions:
The white side of the filter should face incoming air. In most systems, the white side should face away from the air handler or furnace equipment. Air should enter the white side, which traps allergens, and exit through the dark side, which traps gases and odors.