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 Nordic Pure Air Filters, there are 80 electrostatic options.
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