HOW CLEAN IS YOUR AIR?

THE GROUNDWORK OF ALL HAPPINESS IS HEALTH

Air in the midst of traffic contains five times more exhaust gases, pollutants and allergens than the air you experience standing by the roadside. On top of that, airflow through a vehicle’s air ducts can go as high as 540,000litres/hour. The only barrier between healthy lungs and the cloud of pollutants during every drive is the cabin air filter that you decide to install.

Cabin Air Filters

A clean air filter aids in trapping pollen, allergens, smoke, fumes, and odors. With our cabin filters, you can be assured that road dust, pollen and other particulate matter will not be compromising your health or those around you.


When changed regularly, cabin filters can help to reduce contamination and wear-off of your vehicle's heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. Having a clean cabin filter through a vehicle’s lifespan will thus sustain a longer vehicle efficiency and reduce overall maintenance costs.

Activated Carbon Cabin Air Filters

Conventional cabin air filters remove coarse particles such as road dust, pollen and particulate matter. These premium cabin air filters which offer an additional activated carbon layer, eliminates unpleasant odour as well as adsorbs all harmful gases like Ozone, Sulphur Dioxide and Nitrogen Oxide.

Biofunctional Cabin Air Filters

Allergens is the fourth most important chronic disease in the world according to the World Health Organization as an increasing number of people suffer from allergies - a hypersensitive reaction by our immune system.


Now with the further enhanced Biofunctional Cabin Air Filters, we take an extra step in ensuring your utmost protection and around you. On top of the particulate filter and activated carbon filter layers, the new biofunctional layer functions as an antiallergenic and antimicrobial barrier from the air outside your vehicle:

  • Adsorbs up to 99.9% of allergens
  • Restricts mould and bacteria growth by more than 98%
  • Blocks particulate matter, as small as PM2.5, almost completely

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