New or clean filters can make a big difference in how well your Appliance “Filters” the air.
CarbonWeb ® & Aluminum Mesh Filters
There are three types of CarbonWeb Filters you should be concerned with. Those filters include:
- Ductfree (recirculating) Range Hoods
- Ductfree (recirculating) Bath Fans
- Over the Range Microwave Oven
When should I change my carbon filters?
Carbon filters cannot be washed or reactivated, they must be replaced. They should be replaced every six to twelve months, depending on usage.
A CarbonWeb filter is like having two filters for the price of one. It contains granular activated carbon, and removes particulates, gases, and odors. It can also replace combination appliance filters that have a later of aluminum mesh combined with paper, fiberglass, or carbon pads.
CarbonWeb, flexible carbon filled fiber filters, utilize commercial quality activated carbon, are UL tested, Class 2 approval, and are a patented product.
Aluminum Mesh Filters
When dealing with aluminum mesh filters, there are three filters you need to be aware of. These filters include the following:
- Ductfree and Vented Range Hoods
- Over the Range Microwave Ovens
- Electronic and Mechanical Air Cleaners
Aluminum mesh filters should be cleaned periodically. We recommend cleaning them in the dishwater every six months, depending upon usage. They should be replaced when damaged. UL tested, Class I approval.
Range hoods, microwave ovens, and bath fans have been manufactured by many companies and sold under numerous brand names. Listed below are “some” of the names and/or models that have been marketed in North America.
- Air Care
- Imperial Cal
- Magic Chef