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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 lineup by the end of 2023.

Assembled in the U.S., 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. This is particularly important because, according to the EPA, particles less than 10 microns in diameter, particularly those less than 2.5 microns, pose the greatest risk to health2.

Here are 5 ways Ford Refresh95 certified air filters can help improve vehicle interior air 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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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 lineup by the end of 2023.

Assembled in the U.S., 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. This is particularly important because, according to the EPA, particles less than 10 microns in diameter, particularly those less than 2.5 microns, pose the greatest risk to health2.

Here are 5 ways Ford Refresh95 certified air filters can help improve vehicle interior air 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).

As long as it filters out skunk and farts I'm good with it.
 

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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 lineup by the end of 2023.

Assembled in the U.S., 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. This is particularly important because, according to the EPA, particles less than 10 microns in diameter, particularly those less than 2.5 microns, pose the greatest risk to health2.

Here are 5 ways Ford Refresh95 certified air filters can help improve vehicle interior air 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).

Hope the replacements are less than $20
 

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Curious what the replacement intervals will be. The oil change intervals are 10,000 miles or 1 year. It would be nice if the air filter intervals happen at the same time as oil changes. Either 10,000 miles or 20,000 miles.
 

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Curious what the replacement intervals will be. The oil change intervals are 10,000 miles or 1 year. It would be nice if the air filter intervals happen at the same time as oil changes. Either 10,000 miles or 20,000 miles.
Probably depends on where traveled, I.e. dusty roads will be needing replacement before pavement.
 

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I'm glad they put together a whole press release for a $1.47 part.
In a post-pandemic world, all car manufacturers are going to be bragging about how well they can clean the air. That's just going to be part of the world for a while.
 

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Hope the replacements are less than $20
That’s a pipe dream. Most dealers have been charging 3 and even 4 times that price .
There‘s absolutely no reason that this filter couldn’t be a washable filter and a simple 5 min replacement job for a 10 year old kid !
The big problem is people will never change them , because of sheer laziness .
 

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In my 50 years of existence I have never replaced one. Removed them yes, but never replaced. If allergies are a problem in your life, the small percentage you spend in your car is not going to change anything. You would do so much better by buying local honey and getting rid of the pharmacy, but then corporations wouldn't make anything. Like everything else in life, the only people telling you that it's important for you are the people selling them.
 

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That’s a pipe dream. Most dealers have been charging 3 and even 4 times that price .
There‘s absolutely no reason that this filter couldn’t be a washable filter and a simple 5 min replacement job for a 10 year old kid !
The big problem is people will never change them , because of sheer laziness .
They'll never make washable cabin air filters. Too many people would put them back in still wet and grow mold in their ventilation systems.
 

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They'll never make washable cabin air filters. Too many people would put them back in still wet and grow mold in their ventilation systems.
And this is why they should be sold in pairs and why the car should come with a extra filter in the glove box . But no one cares about the Diy guys to starts with , They only know how to think greed not how to think green .
 

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Good cabin air filters have activated charcoal and are static charged to aid in collecting smaller particulates so you can't really just simply wash them out and get renewed functionality.
 
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