Brand: Filter King Filter size: 19.5x22x1 Actual Size: (19.5 X 22 X 1) 1-Inch Thick Filter MERV 8 Filter Rating Protection From: Pollen, Dust, Mold, Dust Mites, Bacteria, Pet Dander, Smoke, Viruses Residential / Commercial Use
Filter King 19.5x22x1 size air filters are tools used by the air systems they are installed into keep the airflow coming in clean. The filters consist of a tight mesh weaving that traps and absorbs various particles passing through in airflow. Your home’s indoor air quality relies on the filters in its systems keeping the incoming airflow clear of any harmful pollutants. The air filters in your home will continue to clean out air until they become completely covered in captured particles. Dirty air filters are inevitable, but still a problem that needs handling before it affects your home as a whole.
The air systems in your home have no real way of knowing what air is clean and what air is not. This is where air filters come in, they clean up incoming airflow but, in the process become dirty themselves. Dirty air filters become so covered in particles that airflow becomes hindered or stops entirely. Your air systems will try to push airflow through the blockage, but the increase in energy usage creates additional costs. Your air filters only grow dirtier, and costlier, over time.
Your home benefits from having new air filters installed before they become dirty enough to start causing problems. Filter King offers fresh, new 19.5x22x1 size air filters for the average home’s air systems. The filters are usable upon arrival, and we ship out orders of two or more filters for free. We also have a subscription option to have new filters shipped out as often as monthly. Our filters themselves rate as an eight on the MERV (Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value) scale. The number indicates their ability to block out particles like:
Filter King air filters work in multiple air systems, including the average home furnace systems. Furnace filters go into the system in order to keep your heated airflow from polluting the air in your home. These filters become as dirty as any other over time but when heated airflow becomes blocked it causes temperature problems. The blocked heat may cause an inevitable rise in temperature that eventually causes mechanical damage and heating fluctuations.