What's the difference between electrostatic and non-electrostatic air filters?
The primary difference between electrostatic and non-electrostatic air filters is that non-electrostatic air filters are disposable and electrostatic air filters are washable. Electrostatic filters use static electricity to trap particles in the filter. They normally need to be cleaned once a month. Non-electrostatic filters or disposable filters usually need to be replaced every quarter depending on use. Within Honeywell Home Air Filters, there are 7 electrostatic options and 1 non-electrostatic options.
What filter performance rating (FPR) options are available within Honeywell Home Air Filters?
The filter performance rating, also known as FPR, defines the percentage of particles that can be removed by an air filter. A higher rating means more debris is removed from the air. Within Honeywell Home Air Filters, filter performance ratings (FPR) range from 8-9 - Best to 10 - Premium.
What are some of the most reviewed products in Honeywell Home Air Filters?