The air filter is an important part of a vehicle. It can effectively remove and filter particles such as dust and impurities in the air during engine intake to ensure clean air and protect the engine from wear and tear. Filton's air filters have many advantages such as moisture-proof dehumidification, high dust capacity, and long service life. The filtration effect of the filter is efficient, stable, and not easy to deform. It also has a stable sealing effect that perfectly compatible with the engine.
All adhesive paper
(acrylic resin all adhesive coated filter paper)
(commonly known as starch paper)
|Extremely strong water resistance, high wet stiffness, prevent moisture and air from entering and causing filtration the core fails after deformation;||Strong water absorption;|
|Uniform pore size distribution of filter paper;||Poor air permeability and filtration efficiency;|
|Strong air permeability and filtration efficiency;||It deforms when exposed to water and is easily damaged;|
|Strong ash holding capacity and long service life;||The pore size distribution is not uniform.|
|Strong breaking resistance, not easy to break.|
(vinyl acetate polymer)
|High-temperature resistance 140- 160° C;||High-temperature resistance 90- -105° C;|
|Softening point 135° C;||Softening point 85° C;|
|Strong stickiness;||Low viscosity;|
|Environmentally friendly, odourless and non-volatile.||It has a peculiar smell and is volatile.|
|High-quality air filter.||Inferior air filter|
|The filter paper has||Filter paper meets water|
|Extremely strong water resistance||Deformation, stickiness|
|High temperature resistant hot melt adhesive||During use|
|Ensure that the air is not easy to leak||Hot melt melts causing air leakage|
If the air filter is dirty, it passes less air into the engine. It can impact your gas mileage – by as much as 10 % – and it will also affect the engine performance. Your engine needs oxygen for fuel to combust.
Common signs of a dirty air filter: Reduced fuel economy; Misfiring engine; Unusual engine sounds; Check Engine Light comes on; Air filter appears dirty; Reduced horsepower; Black sooty smoke or flames exiting the exhaust; The smell of gasoline when starting the car.
You should not run without the cabin air filter. Not only does it prevent all those particles from being breathed in by you and your passengers, but it also prevents particles from getting into and damaging the fan and ducting mechanisms in your HVAC system.
The location of the filter will vary by vehicle. While some are fairly easy to access and are located behind the glove box, others can be more difficult to replace. The cabin air filter replacement is a service that can be performed the next time you take your vehicle in for maintenance service. It can be helpful to change this filter at the same interval as your engine air filter.
When you use CarAdvise, all of your maintenance histories are stored at your fingertips. You will receive reminders based on your mileage and OEM recommendations when your cabin air filter should be replaced along with all of your other scheduled and routine maintenance. If it has been a while since you have last replaced your cabin air filter, it is recommended to have it checked during your next maintenance service.
Ask the mechanic to show you the filter so that you can take a look at the condition yourself. Here is an example of a new cabin filter along with another that is long overdue for a replacement.
Air cleaners filter the air (HEPA air cleaners for instance) while air purifiers sanitize the air by emitting negative ions, ozone, utilizing heat (Airfree air purifiers), or with UV or UVC lamps. Air cleaner strengths: filtering the air and collects dust, especially the larger dust (mostly dead skin) and pet dander.
Check your owner's manual; it should tell you when your air filter should be replaced. This is generally every 12,000 to 15,000 miles, depending on your vehicle. If you have driven more than that since the last time you replaced the air filter, it's probably time to get the air filter changed.
If your air filter gets too dirty or clogged, your engine won't be able to suck enough air into the combustion chambers. The engine of the air filter will then can not get enough clear air (i.e., too much gas and not enough air). If you really neglect the air filter for a long time, your car may stop running completely.