Luber-finer releases video explaining benefits of cabin air filters

Aug. 14, 2013
The video details carbon-impregnated design and Arm & Hammer benefits.

Fram Filtration recently released a new video detailing the unique composition and benefits of its new line of Luber-finer Extreme Clean HD Premium Cabin Air Filters. Highlighting the technology behind the function of a modern cabin air filter, the video is hosted by John Gaither, director of heavy-duty engineering for Fram Filtration. 

The video is an educational tool that will provide useful information about the contaminants constantly assaulting a heavy-duty truck cabin and the protection provided by new technologies utilized by the Luber-finer Extreme Clean HD Premium Cabin Air Filter. While providing insights from Gaither on the unique construction of the filters, special features and change intervals, the video also illustrates the airflow patterns in an HD vehicle and dissects the construction of an actual Extreme Clean HD Premium Cabin Air Filter. 

The Luber-finer Extreme Clean HD Premium Cabin Air Filter will provide relief for drivers with allergies and create a barrier that can filter up to 98 percent of harmful contaminants from entering the cabin. Designed to purify the cabin air of Class 6, 7 and 8 heavy duty trucks, the Luber-finer Extreme Clean HD Premium Cabin Air Filter offers the unique dual action of carbon to remove contaminants and Arm & Hammer Baking Soda to remove nuisance odors. 

The Luber-finer Extreme Clean HD Premium Cabin Air Filter, which can remove sub-micron and micron-sized particles ranging in size from 5 to 100 microns, protects the cabin occupants from harmful contaminants such as seasonal pollen, bacteria, diesel soot and ozone. 

Designed for 16 popular truck models, including Freightliner, International, Kenworth, Sterling, Volvo, Western Star, as well as John Deere Tractors and John Deere Combine, the Extreme Clean HD Premium Cabin Air Filter replacement time averages less than 15 minutes on most applications.

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