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ODOR DEFENSE™ IS THE BEST FILTER YOU CAN GET ! ........Skip the reading and See the video below

Don't let the name fool you. ODOR DEFENSE does a lot more than just remove odors.

ODOR DEFENSE™ filters use a special carbon filter media known as Gray Matter® that not only removes foul odors and harmful gases, but also removes microscopic dust, and other contaminants and pollutants, the ones that can cause you trouble. For example, it captures pollen, mold spores, dust mites, cat and dog dander, and many more contaminants from the airflow in your home. By the way, mold spores are everywhere, and are a common component of household and workplace dust. To find out about this special carbon filter material, see video at bottom of page.

The ODOR DEFENSE air filter also removes and traps harmful gases that flow around the air in your home. These can come to your home in many ways and from many products, such as cleaning agents, pesticides, toilets, paints, pet odors, cooking odors, smoke, and many others (see list below). According to Lee S. Newman, MD, MA, 1These gases are inhaled by you and your family members and can overtime damage lungs, poison your cells, cause allergies, and make you sick in many other ways.......

In a report about the rising rate of childhood cancer,
Catherine Metayer, MD, PhD said, 2 “In the environment, a lot of things have changed. A lot of chemicals have been brought in. We are all exposed to many of them. So most likely the increase (in cancer) has been driven by some exposure to environmental factors, combined with genetics,”

ODOR DEFENSE™ is a MERV 8, but if you have a preconceived idea MERV 8 is not good, listen to this. This filter has an Arrestance as high as 95%, and removes dust particles as small as 3 Microns. These are the particulates that can cause you trouble. (As Per ANSI/ASHRAE STANDARD 52.2) To illustrate how small 3 microns are, the dot inside the parenthesis ( . ) is 615 microns. To illustrate further, the naked eye can see a particle only if it is bigger than 40 microns.

has lower resistance to airflow than the higher MERV filters. Filters with high resistance will cause the air conditioning unit to work harder, which increases the chance your system will fail and require more repairs. Also, this situation typically leads to higher costs to heat your home.....
Because ODOR DEFENSE™ is a MERV 8, it does not unduly restrict the air flow of your furnace or air handler.

While ODOR DEFENSEis a little more expensive than MERV 11 and MERV 13 regular filters, it does much more to improve the living environment in your home or office. This is because it not only removes particles as small as 3 microns, but also removes the harmful gases in your home. MERV 11 and MERV 13 filters do not even come close to cleaning the air in your home as well as ODOR DEFENSE.

Whether you have Allergies or not, you need ODOR DEFENSE on your side for a healthier, cleaner home. We hope after reading this you can see why we say "This is the best whole house filter you can get". It does it all !

1Lee S. Newman, MD, MA, Professor, Departments of Environmental and Occupational Health and Epidemiology; Professor of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary Sciences and Critical Care Medicine, Colorado School of Public Health;Colorado University Anschutz.

Gases and Chemicals ODOR DEFENSE™ Traps ?
Acetaldehyde Cyclohexanol Hydrogen fluoride Paint & redecorating odors
Acetic Acid Cyclohexanol Hydrogen iodide Palmitic Acid
Acetic anhydride Cyclohexene Hydrogen selenide Paradichlorbenzine
Acetone Decane Hydrogen sulfide Pantane
Dibromoethane Incensen Pentanone
Acrolem Dichlorobenzene Indole Pentylene
Acrylic Acid Dichlorodifluoromethane Iodine Pentyne
Acrylonitrile Dichloroethane Iodoform Perchloroethylene
Alcoholic Beverages Dichloroethylene Irritants Perfumes, cosmetics
Amines Dichloroethyl Isophorone Phenol
Ammonia Dichloromonofluormethane Isoprene Phosgene
Ameyl acetate Dichloronitroethane Isopropyl acetate Pitch
Amyl alcohol Dichloroprpane Isopropyl alcohol Poison gases
Amyl ether Dichlorotetrafluoroethane Isopropyl ether Pollen
Aniline Diesel fumes Kerosene Poultry odors
Asphalt fumes Diethylamine Kitchen odors Propane
Automobile Exhaust Diethyl ketone Lactic acid Propionaldehyde
Benzene Dimethylaniline Dimethylsulfate Propionic acid
Body odors Dimethylsulfate Menthol Propyl acetate
Borane Dioxane Mercaptans Propyl alcohol
Bromine Diproyl ketone Methil acetate Propyl chloride
Burned Flesh Ether Menthyl acrylate Propyl ether
Burned Food Ethyl acetate Methyl alcohol Propyl mercaptan
Butadiene Ethyl acrylate Methyl bromide Methyl bromide
Butane Ethyl alcohol Methyl butyl ketone Propylene
Butanone Ethyl amine Methyl cellosolve Propyne
Butyl acetate Ethyl benzene Methyl cellosolve acetate Putrefying substances
Butyl alcohol Ethyl bromide Methyl chloride Putrescine
Butyl cellosolve Ethyl chloride Methyl chloroform Pyridine
Butyl chloride Ethyl ether Methyl ether Resins
Butyl ether Ethyl formate Methyl ethyl ketone Rubber
Butylene Ethyl mercaptan Methyl formate Sauerkraut
Butyne Ethyl silicate Methyl isobutyl ketone Sewer odors
Butyraldehyde Ethylene chlorhydrin Methyl mercaptan Skalote
Butyric acid Ethylene dichloride Methylcyclohexane Slaughtering odors
Camphor Ethylene oxide Methylcyclohexanol Smog
Caprylic acid Essential oils Methylcyclohexaone Sour milks
Carbolic acid Eucalyptole Methylene chloride Stoddard solvent
Carbon disulfide Fertilizer Monochlorobenzene Styrene monomer
Carbon dioxide Film processing odors Monofluorotri cloromethane Sulfur dioxide
Carbon tetrachloride Fish odors Naphtha Sulfur trioxide
Cellosolve Floral scents Naphthziene Sulfuric acid
Cellosolve acetate Fluorotrichloromethane Nitric acid Tetrachloroethane
Cheese Formaldehyde Nitro benzenes Tetrachloroethylene
Chlorine Formic acid Nitroethane Tobacco smoke odor
Chlorobenzene Gangrene Nitrogen dioxide Toilet odors
Chlorobutadiene Garlic Nitroglycerine Toluene
Chloroform Gasoline Nitromethane Toluidine
Chloronitropropane Heptane Nitropropane Trichlorethylene
Chloropicrin Heptylene Nitrotoluene Trichloroethane
Citrus and other fruits Hexane Nonane Turpentine
Cleaning compounds Hexylene Octalene Urea
Coal smoke Hexyne Octane Uric acid
Creosote Organic Chemicals Onions Valeric acid
Cresol Hydrogen bromide Varnish fumes Valericaldehyde
Crotonaldehyde Hydrogen chloride Ozone Xylene
Cychlohexane Hydrogen cyanide Packing house odors