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Space Gard 2400

Airborne pollutants like pollen, dust, pet hair, dander, dust mites, 
tobacco smoke, and spores can damage your draperies, upholstery, 
and even your furnace and air conditioning equipment. And, as 
allergy sufferers know, even traces can trigger miserable reactions. 
Most homes use ordinary throwaway furnace filters to clean the air, 
capturing only about 5-15% of polluting particles.

Introduced in 1973, the
Space-Gard® High Efficiency Air Cleaner has 
been a silent, low-maintenance, inexpensive air filtration system. It utilizes 
a simple, remarkably effective HEPA-type filtering media that actually 
improves its particulate-capturing capability the longer it is used. 
For particles larger than five microns, efficiency reaches 99%. Even 
the smallest particles, as small as one micron, can be filtered out at 
95% effectiveness. The high-density filter unit is attached to your 
existing heating or cooling system, where it seizes pollutants from 
conditioned air before it is distributed to the rooms of your home.

                                        Outside Dimensions 29 5/16 "X 17 3/4" X 9 1/2" 

                            Intake  Dimensions      15 3/4" X 26 7/8"

                            Discharge 15 3/4" X 25"               


Pricing    $ 239.00       Official PayPal Seal

# 401 replacement media


The only true Space Gard® replacement media at only $38.98

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Last modified:
November 12, 2003