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Old 02-14-2011, 04:34 AM   #11
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Re: Home-Made Cabin Air Filter

Interesting idea but looks like it would be a mold pit after a rain.
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Old 02-14-2011, 09:45 AM   #12
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I did this on the Dakota. Changed the filter a couple times a year. That one wasn't directly in the water, like this, but neither seem to have that problem. Maybe house furnace filters are anti mold. I'll have to check when I change it at the end of this month.
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I'm glad my car has a carbon filter from the factory. Change it out once a year. Besides the obvious human benefits, it helps keep the interior clean as well.
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I'm glad my car has a carbon filter from the factory. Change it out once a year. Besides the obvious human benefits, it helps keep the interior clean as well.
Once, mirrors and windshield wipers were considered luxuries. Then came the heater and air conditioning, automatic transmission and a host of things we now consider necessary. Soon, cabin filtration will be there.
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Studies of the American Cancer Society cohort directly link the exposure to particulate matter with lung cancer. For example, if the concentration of particles in the air increases by only 1%, the risk of developing a lung cancer increases by 14%. Further, it has been established that particle size matters, as ultrafine particles penetrate further into the lungs
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I consider it a necessity. Excellent project and followup by the way.
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