Ion Generator (or Ionizer) – This technology emits negative ions into the air as a way to clean it. Particles like dust, bacteria, and allergens are positively charged and these negative ions form a bond with them. Once bonded, those contaminants become too heavy to stay in the air. Ionizers don’t require filter replacements, because they don’t use them, however, some products do have electrostatic collection plates that collect these fallen particles. Electrostatic collection plates can be washed and reused.
Install the new or cleaned and dried air filter with the air flow arrow pointing toward the blower. Record the date and wash or change the filter within the recommended period. If you experience higher dust levels in your home due to changes in outside air, construction or dry weather, you may need to change or wash your filter more frequently than the recommended period. For questions or concerns about the location or installation of the filter contact the HVAC manufacturer or a reputable HVAC contractor.
Washing your K&N washable air filter is as simple as removing your filter from its housing, spraying on K&N home air filter cleaner (part no. 99-6010), and rinsing with a low-pressure hose! After your filter is dry, simply reinstall to enjoy the benefits of K&N’s industry-leading washable filtration technology. See the full instructions included with your filter for details.
Keep your fridge smelling fresh with this Dacor deodorizing air filter. Genuine OEM construction ensures an exact fit, and the honeycomb pattern effectively traps the aroma of aged cheeses and other pungent foods, protecting against flavor transference. With an expected life of 18 months, this Dacor deodorizing air filter reduces the need for frequent replacements.