Why Not Use Fiberglass HEPA Filters?

Data shows that glass fiber filters can shed more fibers than synthetic filters. While the number of particles shed by both types of filter is very small, Smart Air chooses to use synthetic fibers to lower the risk. Smart Air uses PP+PET material in all our HEPA filters.

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