Honeywell

Model 91001.012020

Internet #203225886

20 in. x 20 in. x 1 in. Elite Allergen Pleated Air Filter (Case of 12)

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The Honeywell ULTIMATE ALLERGEN is made of a self-supported pleated media offered at a value. The unique filter construction of Honeywell ULTIMATE ALLERGEN requires less energy for lower energy cost. Its electrostatic charge and larger surface area of pleated material improves the efficiency of its dust-holding capacity. Housed in a recyclable clay-coated moisture resistant frame, this filter captures particles as small as 1 micron. In comparison, a human hair is approximately 150 microns in size. The Honeywell is effective against the following contaminants: microscopic allergens, bacteria, disintegrated feces, tobacco smoke, insecticide dust, lead dust, mold spores, pollen, pet dander, nuisance dust, and dust mite debris. The leader in the air filtration, Flanders provides air filtration products for pharmaceutical laboratories, the space programs, nuclear containment, and commercial industries.

  • Lasts up to 90 days
  • Electro-statically charged
  • Moisture resistant frame
  • FPR10
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Purchased on trust The filter fits and works, but since the specifications on its ability to remove spores and dust are unintelligible, I have to trust that Home Depot's apparent desire not to use industry-wide specifications is not an attempt to allow overpricing. Actually, I really need the spores and dust to be removed, and I'm willing to pay a premium for this, but then, I want to know that the filter is doing this. The labeling on filters is as confusing as the labeling of the sizes of olives. December 29, 2015
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