Finding the Perfect Air Filter Size for Your Boat

When it comes to keeping your boat's cabin fresh and clean, the right size air filter is essential. But with so many sizes available, it can be a daunting task to find the one that fits your air conditioner unit. Fortunately, there are a few simple steps you can take to determine the size of your air filter. The first step is to check the label on the filter frame.

Most filters will have their size printed along the edge of the frame. However, keep in mind that this is usually the nominal size of the filter, which may differ from the actual size. If you can't find the size on the label, you can measure it with a ruler. It's also important to note that most disposable air filters are discounted by ¼ to ½. Standard air filters typically come in depths of 1 (0.75 inches), 2 (1.75 inches) and 4 (3.75 inches).

Breathe Easy air filters are great for capturing diesel smoke, dust, lint, bilge odors and pet dander from the air. If you don't have an existing air filter in your oven, or if your current filter doesn't fit properly, you'll need to measure the duct opening. Look inside the section of the oven where the air filter should go; there should be a 1-inch filter guide or an opening where the air filter can slide through. Measuring your existing filter or duct opening is the easiest way to determine what size air filter you need. Installing a smaller filter will allow unwanted contaminants to pass through and enter your home's air and air conditioning system. Timely replacing your oven filter is much easier when you know what size air filter you need. With a few simple steps, you can easily find the perfect size air filter for your boat's cabin.

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