Is It Time For A RV Air Conditioner Filter Change?

When the outdoors starts creeping indoors, you might be due for a RV cabin air filter change. RV AIR filters are essential. They clean the air before it gets into your RV’s air conditioner, capturing particles as small as three to ten microns. This includes pollen, dust, mold sports, pet dander and other allergens. I know this is essential for me. Nothing can ruin a day more than having an allergic reaction to airborne particles.

Also filters like AIR CONDITIONER FILTERS BY RV AIR are American made, and constructed of unwoven polyester. These RV MR filters have a PA E RV 6 rating, so you’ll breathe easy wherever the road takes you. Because no matter how luxurious your RV may be, you’re only as comfortable as the air you breathe.

  • Constructed Of Unwoven Polyester
  • Removes Dust, Pollen And Pet Dander
  • Tackified Fiber Layers
  • Merv 6 Rating
  • 100 Percent Recyclable
  • Installs In Second

So, as soon as you start having that musky odor hanging in your RV, it is probably time to change your RV’s air conditioner filter. The best part is that it will be one of the easiest maintenance items to do yourself, all while being one of the most beneficial.

Take a look at PPL Motorhomes selection of RV Air conditioner filters and give your rig that fresh country smell without all of the odor and allergens.