Biofunctional cabin filter for clean air in the vehicle

Optimal protection against bacteria and moulds

Biofunctional cabin filter_J134*BF
(PresseBox) ( Heusenstamm, )
Herth+Buss is expanding its comprehensive range with the new biofunctional filters. As the air pollution increases, drivers and passengers are sometimes exposed to dangerous particles such as soot and harmful gases such as ozone when driving a car. The biofunctional filters not only block fine dust but also bond free allergens and prevent the ingress of mould and bacteria into the vehicle. The results are improved well-being inside the vehicle and fewer allergic reactions.

During travel, a large number of harmful substances, exhaust gases and allergy triggers flow into the vehicle interior. The most important barrier is therefore the cabin filter, which is intended to ensure a continuous supply of fresh air. However, conventional cabin filters only prevent particles such as dust, pollen, soot or odours from getting into the interior of the vehicle. Despite the filter, bacteria or mould can spread in the vehicle interior.

The biofunctional filters bind free allergens and inhibit the growth of bacteria and moulds. But how can these extremely small particles be prevented from getting into the vehicle interior? The biofunctional filters are equipped with an additional coating, known as polyphenol coating. This natural layer enables moulds or bacteria to spread, which impair the respiratory tract of the people inside the car and can cause allergic reactions.

To ensure clean air inside the vehicle, it is important to change the cabin filter regularly. Herth+Buss recommends switching at least once a year.

Air Filter, passenger compartment
Biofunctional filter
Article number: J134*BF

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