HEPA vs. HEPA-Type Filtration?

Answer Installing filters in your air conditioning and heating systems or air purifiers can protect your appliances and make the air in your home cleaner. Not all air filters work equally well and the typ... Read More »

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What Is HEPA Filtration?

As more information about air pollutants becomes available, the stronger the desire is to remove those pollutants from the air. HEPA filtration has been added to many common household appliances su... Read More »

Can you get a HEPA filter wet?

A high-efficiency particulate arrestor (HEPA) filter (usually found in vacuums or air conditioners) screens small particles out of the air. Cleaning a HEPA filter can be done by running it under co... Read More »

How to Replace a Honda HEPA?

The initials in the acronym HEPA stand for High Efficiency Particle Arrestor. The first HEPA filters were originally used in hospital operating rooms because of their sub-micron filtration ability.... Read More »

Are N95 respirators hepa filters?

No, N-95 respirators are not HEPA filters. Under the definitions set by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, HEPA or P100 filters remove a minimum of 99.7 percent of airborne p... Read More »