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Blue Print has the solution for cabin filter replacement
Wednesday, May 30, 2018
Parts specialist Blue Print has highlighted the important issue of ensuring the vehicle cabin filter is changed at regular service intervals.

Blue Print says the cabin filter is often overlooked during regular servicing as not everyone is aware of the health benefits it can provide. Whilst it may have no effect on a vehicle’s engine or reliability, it plays an important role in protecting the driver and occupants from potentially harmful air pollution. The cabin filter is much more than a device that keeps insects, leaves and dirt out of the air conditioning system, and it can only do its job if replaced regularly. 

If you drive on congested roads or sit in traffic, without a properly functioning cabin filter you will breathe air that contains high concentrations of dust, soot, pollen, bacteria, viruses and noxious exhaust gases. Ultimately these will damage your health and can cause serious allergic reactions.

Every Blue Print cabin filter is manufactured using the same technology as the original equipment filter to ensure maximum passenger comfort and a guaranteed perfect fit. Blue Print’s cabin filters are designed to filter out particles to match the factory fitted specifications, and use a combination of technologies to achieve this. The filter media is made from a non-woven synthetic fibre which uses advanced melt blown technology to give it form and strength. Polyphenol coatings can be used to prevent bacteria growth and keep allergens out of the air within the cabin. Electrostatics create a charge within the fibres as air passes over, which attract particles that could be harmful such as diesel soot nanoparticles. Activated carbon cabin filters trap Nitrogen Dioxide (NOx) to protect passengers from the poisonous gas.

Blue Print says its filtration programme offers a cost-effective aftermarket alternative, without compromising on quality. It covers over 22,000 applications, providing OE matching quality cabin filters, with first time fitment and long service life.

The Blue Print cabin filter range is available from stockist nationwide. Full details can also be found on the Blue Print LIVE! electronic catalogue at

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