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Nissan Quest To Feature micronAir Filters

November 8, 2007

The Nissan Quest minivan now features micronAir combination filters, a product of Freudenberg Nonwovens' Filtration Division, based in Hopkinsville, KY.

The Nissan Quest minivan now features micronAir combination filters, a product of Freudenberg Nonwovens' Filtration Division, based in Hopkinsville, KY. The combination filters clean the air entering the cabin of the minivan through the HVAC system, reducing offensive odors as well as gaseous pollutants and particulate contaminants that are associated with various health concerns, including asthma, allergies and bronchitis.
    
"We are pleased to provide Nissan with our combination cabin air
filters for the Quest minivan," said Barry Kellar, vice president and
general manager, Freudenberg Nonwovens Filtration Division. "The filters trap a broad range of microscopic particles, harmful gases and strong odors to help make time in the car more pleasant and healthier."

"Studies show that the air inside a vehicle is more polluted than the
air outside," Mr. Kellar added. "With increasing traffic congestion and longer commuting distances causing drivers to spend more time in their vehicles, having and maintaining a cabin air filter is becoming increasingly important."
    
A product line of Freudenberg Nonwovens, 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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