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20x25x4.5 BDP® EZ Flex Filters by Accumulair®

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20X25X5 (19.88x24.88x4.38) MERV 8 BDP® Replacement Filter by Accumulair®
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20x25x5 (19.88x24.88x4.38) BDP® Carbon MERV 8 Filters by Accumulair®
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Overview

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  • This is an aftermarket filter not made by BDP®
  • Nominal size 20" x 25" x 5" (Actual size 19 3/4 x 24 3/8 x 4 3/8)
  • Box Type Replacement filter for BDP Filter EXPXXFIL0020
  • No Assembly Required...Just slides right in!
  • Lasts up to 6 Months.
  • Removes atmospheric and household dust, coal and insecticide dust, mites, pollen, tobacco smoke, cooking smoke, grease, mold, fungi and more down to 0.3 micron.
  • Please measure your existing filter before you place your order to insure you are ordering the correct size.

    Fits BDP® Models:
    FILBBCAR0020
    FILBBFT0020
    FILBBFTC0020
    FILCCCAR0020
    FILCCFTC0020
    KEAFL0301020

Description

BDP® MACPAK20 20x25x5 EZ Flex Filters by Accumulair®

Whole House Filters

Indoor air is rated by the Environmental Protection Agency as more polluted than outdoor air, sometimes up to twenty times more heavily concentrated. This occurs when too little outdoor air is allowed to circulate inside, which results in the accumulation of air pollutants inside, and breathing these contaminants can cause or worsen health problems like asthma, allergies, and heart disease. Whole house filters work not only to remove these pollutants but to rid them from the entire house.

Bdp® media filters are whole house filters. Whole house air filters are designed to filter the entire household. Attached to the HVAC system, whole house filters remove particulates as air is pulled from the house and through the system, sending only purified air back into the house. Whole house filters provide cleaner, healthier air to all areas of the house, helping to improve air quality and breathing conditions without having air purifiers scattered throughout the house.

Electrostatic Filtration

The Bdp® Media Filters come in two different medias, either electrostatic or carbon. Electrostatic filtration uses a filtration media that is a step up from regular fiberglass filters. This media is constructed with a special synthetic material that is electrostatically charged. As air moves through the filter, pollutants are attracted to and trapped on the oppositely charged synthetic fibers of the electrostatic filter. This process makes electrostatic filters up to 20 times more efficient at trapping particulates than regular fiberglass filters.

These filters remove particulates like:

  • Dust mites
  • Mold spores
  • Bacteria
  • Tobacco smoke
  • Pet dander
  • Pollen

MERV Rating

Electrostatic filters are rated by MERV. MERV is the minimum efficiency reporting value, which is the scale designed by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) to rate the effectiveness of air filters. The higher MERV rating indicates higher filtering performance. The Bdp® Media Filters are offered as MERV 8, MERV 11, or MERV 13.

Carbon Filtration

The other type of filtration offered in the Bdp® Media Filters is the Carbon Odor Block. Most regular particulate filters are unable to trap tiny odor particles, but carbon filters are designed specifically to remove odors, smoke, and gaseous vapors. Carbon filters work by treating a carbon source (for example, charcoal or coconut shell) with steam. This process creates millions of tiny, highly absorbent pores that trap tiny odor particles, leaving the air smelling fresh and clean.

Usage

The Bdp® Media Filters are available in a variety of different sizes and come as either the MERV 8, MERV 11, MERV 13, or Carbon Odor Block. Any of these can be selected for any of the particular sizes listed. These filters capture many particulates, which can eventually lead to clogging and inefficiency of the filter. Therefore, it is necessary to keep these filters replaced regularly, usually every six months. The rate of replacement depends on different factors, for example air quality, rate of airflow, and types of particulates in the air.

These Bdp® Media Filters are great for those with poor to medium air quality or for those suffering from breathing problems like asthma or allergies. This makes these filters ideal for the household, office, classroom, etc. They also make great pre-filters for more expensive, higher efficiency systems in high-risk situations. For the better breathing solution, try Bdp Media Filters!

 

 

Specifications

What is MERV? MERV means Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value which was developed by the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioner Engineers, ASHRAE. The higher the MERV rating the more efficient the filter will be at capturing airborne particles. Please check with your HVAC specialist as to what MERV rating is best for your system.

What is the MERV rating of Carbon filters? The main use of the Carbon filter is to remove odors from the air. The filters are made with a carbon impregnated media and are not electrostatically charged. The Carbon filter does not have a MERV rating. If you want to remove odors such as cigarette smoke or cooking fumes then the Carbon filter is perfect for you. If you are wanting the best filtration possible then choose a MERV rated filter, remember the higher the MERV, the best the filtration!

MERV Rating Chart

MERV Value

Average Particle Size Efficiency

(0.3-1 Microns)

Average Particle Size Efficiency

(1-3.Microns)

Average Particle Size Efficiency

(3-10 Microns)

Particles that are trapped:

MERV 1

-

-

Less than 20%

Pollen, Dust Mites, Standing Dust, Spray Paint Dust, Carpet Fibers.

MERV 2

-

-

Less than 20%

MERV 3

-

-

Less than 20%

MERV 4

-

-

Less than 20%

MERV 5

-

-

20%-34%

All of the above and Mold Spores, Hair Spray, Fabric Protector, Cement Dust.

MERV 6

-

-

35%-49%

MERV 7

-

-

50%-69%

MERV 8

-

-

70%-85%

MERV 9

-

Less than 50%

85% or better

All of the above and Humidifier Dust, Lead Dust, Auto Emissions, Milled Flour.

MERV 10

-

50%-64%

85% or better

MERV 11

-

65%-79%

85% or better

MERV 12

-

80%-89%

90% or better

MERV 13

Less than 75%

90% or better

90% or better

All of the above and Bacteria, Most Tobacco, Smoke, etc.


Particles and Their Micron Ratings
(a micron is a unit of measurement in the metric system equal to 1 millionth of a meter in length)

Particle

Approximate Particle Size (microns)

Bacteria

0.2-1

Dust Mites

3

Hair Spray

10

Human Hair

100

Pollen

10

Mold Spores

3

Tobacco Smoke

1

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FAQ

What does Aftermarket mean? Aftermarket means the filter is not a name brand filter, or OEM. However, the aftermarket filter is built to the same specifications as the Original, name brand filter. While it might not look exactly like the Original filter, it should fit and work just like the Original. It is a low cost alternative!

What do I do if I ordered the wrong filter? Ordered the wrong filter? No problem! Simply fill out this Return Form and send back the filter. There is no limit on when the return must be processed. For more information see our Return Policy.

What is an Accumulair Filter? The brand Accumulair has been around more than 10 years. Accumulair makes high quality aftermarket filters right here in the USA! Accumulair air filters are chemical free so you never have to worry about the addition of unnecessary chemicals to your air. Furthermore, the Accumulair filter material is designed so that it will not support the development of mold, mildew, bacteria, or other microorganisms in normal use. So if you are looking for a way to help reduce airborne allergens such as bacteria, particles that carry viruses, pollen, mold spores, fine dust, and pet dander then an Accumulair air filter is for you! Accumulair...as essential as the air you breathe!

What is Nominal Size and Actual Size? Nominal Size is the advertised or listed size of a filter. This is usually printed on the filter and a whole number, like 20x25x6. However, most of the time the filter will measure something different, the Actual Size. Actual Size is the true, measured size of a filter. If it is printed on the filter is will be in parenthesis or in smaller font. The Actual Size is typically a fraction like 19 ¾ x 24 ¼ x 6 3/8. ***When purchasing a filter, be sure you are getting the correct Actual Size. Often times there is more than one actual size to nominal size.***


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