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Starting this year, Ford will roll out all-new standard certified cabin air filters called Ford Refresh95, with plans to cover a majority of its line up by the end of 2023.
 
The New Ford Refresh95 is Ford’s new standard advanced cabin air filter. As air moves through a vehicle’s heating, air conditioning, and ventilation system, Ford Refresh95 aims to help reduce microscopic particles that can originate both inside and outside a vehicle’s interior.
 
Here are 5 ways Ford Refresh95 air filters can help improve vehicle interior quality:
  • Filters air particles 30 times smaller than a single human hair:
    • The average human hair is about 70 microns in diameter. Ford Refresh95 certified air filters can help remove at least 95 percent of 2.5-micron size traffic exhaust, organic material, metals and road dust particles*  
  • Helps reduce allergens:
    • Ford Refresh95 certified air filter can trap up to 99 percent of some allergens, including common pollens and dust particles**
  • Traps bacteria-sized particles:
    • Ford Refresh95 can help reduce airborne concentrations of bacteria-sized particles***
  • Isolates smog and soot:
    • In dry climates with dust storms or wildfires and urban areas with heavy stop-and-go traffic during commutes, Ford Refresh95 can help filter the particulate matter found in smog and soot***
  • Laboratory tested:
    • Ford Refresh95 was put through comprehensive third-party lab certification testing, including pressure drop testing to verify Ford Refresh95 will work throughout the recommended service interval
Ford Refresh95 availability is expected in fourth-quarter 2021 for select vehicles, including the Bronco Sport, Escape, Explorer, Mustang Mach-E, Police Interceptor Utility and Maverick (available Fall 2021).
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* Based on filter collection efficiency testing at 300m3/hr flowrate using ISO 12103-1 Arizona Test Dust Grade A2 Fine
** Based on Ford  internal collection efficiency testing using mulberry pollen, which has a typical diameter of ~10 microns
*** Based on Ford internal collection efficiency testing using sodium chloride and dust particles that have a size range (0.05 to 10 microns) representative of the size of many common bacteria, smog and soot
 
Categories: Safety
Tags: Air Filter