Compatible With: Most home furnaces, most air conditioners
Filter Ratings: MPR 1500
Filter Size: 16x20x1
Item Number (DPCI): 085-00-0383
Your home should be your sanctuary, starting with the air you breathe. Filtrete Allergen, Bacteria and Virus Air Filters help capture unwanted particles from your household air, contributing to a cleaner, fresher home environment. By proactively capturing dust, bacteria, viruses and allergens, these high performance filters help improve your home’s air quality. -Filtrete 1500 MPR (Microparticle Performance Rating) equates to MERV 12 -1550 MPR available in 4”, 4” slim fit and 5” air filters -For maximum performance, change your home air filter at least every 90 days for 1” filters, and at least every 12 months for 4” and 5” filters. -For residential use only -The higher the MPR, the more microparticles - such as pollen, pet dander, smoke, bacteria and viruses - your filter will capture from the air passing through it -A dirty filter will slow down air flow and make the system work harder to keep you warm or cool - wasting energy. Sign-up for a filter change reminder program (www.filtrete.com/changereminders) that works for you!
We have been using the Filtrete Healthy Living Advanced Allergen 1500 Microparticle Performance Rating Filtration Level filters (14x24x1 and 12x24x1) every since we had our new heating & air system installed. They catch/filter so much better than any of the other brands we have tried over the years. The air in the house is so much better than before.
These air filters are superior in quality and function, I even use the highest filtration level as a top notch replacement for hepa filtration in appliances and air filters at my business for decades now. One will easily be able to discern the difference in air quality when in use in just a few minutes. One can even make an inexpensive quality air cleaner with an ordinary household fan and and air filter simply taped to it as is demonstrated by a Professor at the University of Michigan on you tube. Really a need for most homes in all American cities today.