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16" X 25" X 1" Low-Resistance, Electrostatic Permanent Washable Filter
Unfiltered air contains many tiny particles that can potentially be hazardous to your health and home. In order to protect yourself from these small particles, proper air filtration is necessary to eliminate the risks of these tiny microbes from entering your home or workspace. Installing a 16x25x1 air filter into your air system can greatly reduce the number of foreign particles from contaminating your indoor air quality. Engineered for sturdy, economic performance, these 16x25x1 furnace filters work to remove particles such as dust, pollen, mites, and many other particles hazardous to your health from entering your residential or commercial spaces.
The 16x25x1 AC filter utilizes a special particle-grabbing media to capture tiny microbes in the air supply. The media blocks these tiny particles by trapping them in its scientifically-tested media material. As the particulate is captured, clean air is allowed to pass through the filter media freely. The 16x25x1 air filter can efficiently improve the air quality in your space and has a number of other benefits. By using a 16x25x1 air filter in your system, energy costs can be reduced while providing safe, clean, and healthy air to your indoor air supply.In order to keep your system running at peak capacity, it is important to perform routine filter changes. As time goes on, more and more foreign particulate passes through your filtration system. As this particulate begins to build up on the filter media, it can restrict the flow of air that can pass through. This can be a detriment to the efficiency of your air system and can lead to increased energy costs and other hazards. To combat this, routine filter changes are recommended every six months to prevent potential problems and ensuring that your indoor air quality is safe, clean, and pathogen free.
If your refrigerator does not have a built-in water filter, consider filtering the incoming water line with an inline filter or reverse osmosis system.