An air filter is a device which removes contaminants, often solid particulates, such as dust, pollen, mold, and bacteria from air. Air filters are used in application where air quality is important, notably in building ventilation systems and in engines, such as internal combustion engines, gas compressors, diving air compressors, gas turbines and others.

Two main types of air filters are used in automobiles: the combustion air filter, and the cabin air filter. The combustion air filter prevents abrasive particulate matter from entering the engine’s cylinders, where it would cause mechanical wear and oil contamination.

Most modern, fuel-injected vehicles use a pleated paper filter element in the form of a flat panel. This filter is usually placed inside a plastic box connected to the throttle body with a large hose.

Older vehicles that use carburetors or throttle body fuel injection typically use a cylindrical air filter, usually a few inches high and between 6 and 16 inches in diameter. This is positioned above the carburetor or throttle body, usually in a metal or plastic container which may incorporate ducting to provide cool and/or warm inlet air, and secured with a metal or plastic lid.The cabin air filter is typically a pleated-paper filter that is placed in the outside-air intake for the vehicle’s passenger compartment. Some of these filters are rectangular and similar in shape to the combustion air filter. Others are uniquely shaped to fit the available space of particular vehicles’ outside-air intakes. Being a relatively recent addition to automobile equipment, this filter is often overlooked and clogged or dirty cabin air filters can significantly reduce airflow from the cabin vents, as well as introduce allergens into the cabin air stream.

Consists of wide range of designs and shapes with various types of elements varies from diameter 1″ up to 19″ and the height from 1″ up to 36″ which are made of various types of materials such as Steel, Plastic, PU, PVC, etc and comply with the high quality media to meet with the OEM / QES specifications. This range includes the General air element, Heavy-Duty Primary; (Outer) air element, Heavy-Duty Secondary; (Inner) Air Element and Radial Seal air element.

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