Brand: Filter King Filter size: 16.5x22x1 Actual Size: 16.5 x 22 x 1 1-Inch Filter MERV 8 Filter Rating Protection From: Pollen, Dust, Mold, Dust Mites, Bacteria, Pet Dander, Smoke, Viruses Residential / Commercial Use
Filter King 16.5x22x1 size air filters are capable of keeping harmful particles out while fresh air flow cycles inside. The indoor air quality of your home is often dependent on how well filtered the incoming airflow is. The outside of your home may have any number of allergens or pollutants, which are capable of making the air in your home unsafe or uncomfortable. The air in your home is protected as the air systems in your home filter the incoming airflow and prevent irritants from entering the duct system. The air filters are capable of cleaning airflow, but will become dirtier over time.
The air filters in your home become dirtier over time as their tight mesh weaving becomes more covered in captured particles. Dirty air filters are a problem due to the fact that they are unable to effectively allow airflow to pass through. The more common problems dirty air filters cause involve the air inside your home stagnating and drying out. Your air systems will also use more energy as they try to push air flow through the blockage.
Your home air filters keep air coming in smoothly, and prevent the system from struggling with energy problems. A dirty air filter may cause your home billing to rise or lead to mechanical failure as your air systems push their limits. The filters themselves are rated as an eight on the MERV (Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value) rating scale. Our filters are capable of blocking out irritants like:
Air filters for HVAC and other air systems also work with furnace systems as well. The filters keep incoming heated airflow clean, but will require consistent replacement to avoid severe effects. Dirty furnace filters prevent heated airflow from passing through, which may lead to a drastic rise in temperatures. Air filter maintenance will help you avoid some very costly repairs and keep the temperature in your home matching the number on your thermostat.