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Can the CN95 air conditioner filter check the air quality in the car?

Edit:Xinxiang Chui Auto Parts Co., Ltd.UpDate:2021-09-16

With the changes in air pollution and other environments in recent years, in addition to paying attention to their indoor living environment and outdoor air quality, people also attach great importance to the air in the car. At the same time, in this special time of 2021, they are affected by the epidemic. , the safety of the air in the car is particularly important. How to ensure the safety of the air quality in the driving process of our consumers? Under such a background momentum, we at Cuiyuan attach great importance to the quality control of the air in the car. The coronavirus has been preparing for the battle, actively developing CN95 series air conditioning filter elements and applying for qualification certification at the same time, so that our products can achieve better protection and reliability.

What is the difference between CN95 air conditioner filter and traditional air conditioner filter?

The traditional air conditioning filter is mainly based on activated carbon air filtration, and the market conditions in different regions are different, but in fact, as an air purification product, this type of filter product does have the function of adsorbing particles, but it mainly adsorbs organic pollution vapor, that is, it has carbon bonds. Air macromolecules cannot effectively isolate the air pollution outside the car.

In order to better serve consumers under such a background, our company is also actively applying for the CN95 qualification certification of existing products and developing and producing CN95 air-conditioning filter elements with a filtration effect of more than 95%, which are used for filtering diameters of 0.3 microns or more Large dust, harmful gases and PM2.5 particles can effectively filter bacteria and viruses, thereby providing air conditioning filter elements with higher protection levels and creating high air quality interior spaces.