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Air Cabin Filter Website Launched

August 4, 2005

Freudenberg Nonwovens’ filtration division has launched a website dedicated to its micronAir  line of automotive cabin filters. With increasing traffic congestion and commuting distances adding up to more time spent in the vehicle, micronAir filters help to protect the health of passengers by improving the quality of air inside the vehicle. Regularly replacing a vehicle's cabin air filter can offer relief for asthma, allergies and hay fever sufferers and helps to protect the performance of the car's air conditioning system.

The new website, , provides consumers with application information and detailed do-it-yourself installation instructions for more than 110 late-model cars, SUVs, light trucks and commercial vehicles produced by BMW, DaimlerChrysler, Daewoo, Ford, General Motors, Honda, Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Saab, Toyota and Volkswagen.

MicronAir cabin air filters reduce dust, pollutants and odors entering a vehicle's passenger compartment, enhancing the passengers' driving comfort and health. Cabin air filters by micronAir are installed on two-thirds of the vehicles manufactured worldwide equipped with cabin air filtration systems.

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