Designed to efficiently trap air contaminants, the Aprilaire 213 filter is a MERV 13, pleated, expandable replacement filter for the 4200, 3210, 2210, and 1210 Aprilaire air cleaners. It helps to permanently remove 90% of airborne particles, such as pollen, mold, pet dander, dust and dust mites. Plus, it also filters and removes up to 95% of tobacco smoke in the air.
Not only does the Aprilaire 213 help remove allergens from the air, but it also keeps particles out of your HVAC system, which means fewer mechanical issues in your home.
Use the Aprilaire 213 furnace filter for superior removal of airborne contaminants with your Aprilaire whole home air cleaner. This filter offers MERV 13 air filtration, removing high percentages of the microscopic contaminants that lurk in your home, causing sickness and allergy symptoms.
A quality filter like the Aprilaire 213 also keeps your furnace and air handler clean and healthy. Contaminants are removed from air flowing into your systems, so they don’t settle on components, causing malfunctions and decreased performance.
It is important that you change the filter in your Aprilaire air cleaner as recommended for optimal air quality improvement – in respect to the Aprilaire 213 furnace filter, it should be replaced every nine to twelve months. You can do this job or have your local HVAC professional do it when annual preventative maintenance is performed on your heating and cooling systems.
To change the filter:
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How often should I change my Aprilaire 231 Filter?
Depending on the air quality in your home, you may need to change the Aprilaire 213 filter every 9 to 12 months. If you have smokers or pets in your home, you will likely need to replace it more frequently to keep your air purity at an optimal level.
Where can I buy an Aprilaire 213 filter?
Which Aprilaire filter is better – 210 or 213?
One of the most important ways to compare the Aprilaire 213 to similar air filters is by checking the Minimum Efficiency Report Value (MERV) and deciding what rating is best for your space. MERV is a rating that indicates the size of the particles the filter is designed to capture. The Aprilaire 213 filter is rated a MERV 13, while the 210 is a MERV 11. This means the Aprilaire 213 filter can grab smaller particles than the 210. It can also trap virus-sized particles and bacteria from the air, even if they are smaller than 1.0 micron in size. The 210 is not manufactured with a MERV rating high enough to hit these levels. All in all, the Aprilaire 213 operates more efficiently than the 210 and has a better chance of removing the smallest particles from the air.